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CYLCH TI A FI MAESINCLA: Pob Dydd Gwener - ty­mor Ys­gol yn unig, 12:45-2.15 Yn Cylch Maesincla, Safle Plas Pawb. BANC BWYD ARFON FOOD BANK: Sit­u­ated at Canol­fan Gwyr­fai (Pen­te­costal Church) Cibyn Es­tate, open be­tween noon and 2pm. Tues­day and Fri­day.If you wish to con­trib­ute the Food Bank can ar­range to col­lect the food- non-per­ish­able and within the Best Be­fore Date. Phone 07423014038 or 1286/677208. The food bank serves the whole Arfon district from Aberg­wyn­gr­egyn to Llan­l­lyfni and Pontl­lyfni. SSAFA GWYNEDD: are re­quest­ing new case­work­ers in the Gwynedd area to help and sup­port our vet­er­ans and their fam­i­lies. If you can help Please con­tact Andy Wil­liams 07958524298. IT CLASSES: Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn is pro­vid­ing IT classes for older peo­ple (over 50) free of charge at the Scout Hut, Maesincla at 10am, ev­ery Fri­day. GWYNEDD COUN­CIL OPUS: can sup­port peo­ple aged 25 and over on their jour­ney to work, vol­un­teer­ing and train­ing. This sup­port in­cludes ini­tial one to one meet­ings, Work Star assess­ments and com­ple­tion of an ac­tion plan, Group work ac­tiv­i­ties to im­prove con­fi­dence and self-es­teem, Train­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties to im­prove skills, Vol­un­teer­ing and work place­ments to gain prac­ti­cal work ex­pe­ri­ence, Job search and CV writ­ing skills, and In­ter­view tech­niques. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact the team on 01286 682 730 or [email protected] OPUS is funded by the Euro­pean So­cial Fund. VOL­UN­TEER­ING OP­POR­TU­NI­TIES: at Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn’s Café and Shop. Do you fancy a new chal­lenge in 2019? Can you spare a few hours a week to help Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn, the local aged 50+ char­ity for Gwynedd and An­gle­sey? Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn is seek­ing vol­un­teers who are able to help out with the run­ning of both its 39 Pool Street Caernar­fon shop (Mon­day to Satur­day) and in the Café it runs at the Caernar­fon Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Cen­tre, Llan­beris Road, Caernar­fon (Mon­day to Fri­day). (Any rel­e­vant train­ing will be pro­vided as re­quired and any travel costs re­im­bursed.) For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Nicola Jennings on 01286 808 732 or [email protected] CAERNAR­FON TOWN BOWL­ING CLUB: Green is now open. new mem­bers al­ways wel­come. Con­tact Mal on 07806 779740 for de­tails. ARMY CADETS: Ev­ery Thurs­day 7-9pm at The ACF Bar­racks, LL55 2DD. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years. Learn out­door pur­suits, field craft, team work, com­mu­nity events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. CLWB CANOL DRE: Tel 01286 672638. Satur­day En­trance Fee £1 Mem­bers/ £2 Non Mem­bers. FIRST FLOOR - Bar / Snooker Ta­ble / Pool Ta­ble / Darts / TV. Lift avail­able to First Floor. GROUND FLOOR – Bar / Stage / Dance Floor. En­ter­tain­ment on Satur­day night. Bingo: 9p-9.45pm. En­ter­tain­ment / Dancing: 9.45pm-10.30pm. In­ter­val Break: 10.30pm-11pm. En­ter­tain­ment / Dancing: 11pm-mid­night. AGE WELL: Ac­tiv­i­ties for the over 50s At the “Scouts Hut” Maesincla, Caernar­fon. Ev­ery Wed­nes­day, 10am-11.30pm Keep Fit classes. £2.50 per per­son to at­tend per ses­sion. For more info [email protected] or 01286 685 921. CYLCH LLENYDDOL CAERNAR­FON A GWYR­FAI: Nos Fawrth Ion­awr 15 am 7.30yh bydd y Cylch yn cael cwmni yr Athro Jerry Hunter a’i bwnc fydd “Lleny­d­di­aeth Gym­raeg a Rhyfel Cartref Amer­ica” a hefyd fe gryb­wyl­lir Caeth­wasanaeth. Dowch i gefnogi ar ddechrau blwyd­dyn newydd, ac fe ddy­lai fod yn no­son ddi­fyr dros ben. CYMDEITHAS DDINESIG CAERNAR­FON: Ion­awr 16, 7:30. Clwb Io­tio, Porth yr Aur. Ger­allt Jones yn sg­wr­sio am‘Elis Davies, Lloyd George ac Etho­liad 1918’. CAPEL SALEM : Ar Sul cynta’r flwyd­dyn (Sul yr Yst­wyll) ar­weini­wyd oedfa’ bore gan y Gweinidog: Parch Mererid Mair. Cafodd gy­morth Dafydd Gwydion. Ar­weini­wyd oedfa’r P’nawn gan y Gweinidog: Parch J Ron­ald Wil­liams, Lly­wydd y dydd oedd Nerys Jack­son. Cyfeili­wyd yn oedfa’r bore gan Arthur Wild­ing a Iola Gris­dale yn oedfa’r p’nawn. Sul ne­saf: Bore am 10 yng ngho­fal y Gweinidog: Parch J Ron­ald Wil­liams. P’nawn am 4: Mr Don­ald Glyn Prithchard. Bydd Ys­gol Sul y Plant yn cy­far­fod yn y bore.

CH­WILOG

ARTHUR EVANS: Perthi, Ch­wilog. Bu farw yng Nghartref Nyr­sio bo­dawen, Porth­madog ar Dach­wedd 17, 2018, yn 84 ml­wydd oed. Roedd Arthur yn un o naw o blant y di­wed­dar John Evans (Sion Ifan) ac Annie Mary Evans. Gan­wyd yn Lland­der­fel ond ym­gartre­fodd Mati ei wraig yn Ch­wilog. Roedd yn ŵr addfwyn ei natur, yn barod iawn ei gymwynas yn ei filltir sg­war, ac yn ffy­ddlon iawn yn y capel - yn flaenor yno ers 36 o fly­ny­d­doedd. Roedd yn hoff iawn o fard­doni ac ym­rysona, ac wedi cy­hoeddi llyfr o’i waith “Lleisiau’r Awen” ei gerddi’n athrony­d­dol a med­dyl­gar iawn. Try­danwr oedd Arthur wrth ei waith. Cyn­hali­wyd yr angladd ar ddydd Sad­wrn, Tach­wedd 24. Gwasanaeth cy­hoed­dus yng Nghapel Uchaf Ch­wilog, yna di­lyn yn Myn­went Pen­tre Uchaf. Gwasanaeth­wyd gan y Parch Aled Davies a’r Parch Christopher Prew. Yr or­ganydd oedd Nan El­lis. Rhod­dwyd teyrnged gan An­wen Puw (nith), Tudur Puw (nai) ac Aled Evans (nai). Y clud­wyr oedd Tudur Puw, Geraint Puw, Wyn wil­liams, An­wen Puw, Ifan, Haydn Wil­liams. Y prif alar­wyr oedd Mair Evans (chwaer), Gwen Puw Jones (chwaer), Ver­non Jones (brawd-yng-nghyfraith, methu bod yno), Gwyn­fryn Evans a Sylvia Evans (brawd a chwaer yng nghyfraith, methu bod yno), Aled Evans, Rhian Jones, Gwe­nan Mur­phy, Tudur Puw, Geraint Puw, Sian Wil­liams, An­wen Puw, Sion Evans. An­fon­wyd blo­dau gan Mair Evans a’r teulu, Gwyn­fryn Evans a’r teulu, Gwen Puw Jones a’r teulu. Llu­ni­aeth yn Neuadd Ch­wilog. Yn anal­lu­owg i fod yn bre­sen­nol, Gwyn­fryn a Sylvia Evans, Ver­non Jones. Trefn­wyd yr angladd gan GD Roberts a’i Fab, Capel Gorf­fwys, Pwll­heli.

CLYNNOG FAWR

COM­MU­NITY WEB­SITE: The Com­mu­nity Coun­cil in­tends to es­tab­lish a com­mu­nity web­site which will in­clude de­tails of the work of the Com­mu­nity Coun­cil but will also have space for other in­for­ma­tion such as local his­tory, forth­com­ing events, etc. Any­one with ideas re­gard­ing the site are wel­come to con­tact the Clerk (01286 660141). EBENESER: Sul Ion­awr 13: 10yb Y Parch Cath Wil­liams, Caernar­fon.

CRICIETH

CAPEL Y TRAETH: Ion­awr 13, 10am: Glyn Owen, Llan­wnda. ENGLISH SER­VICE: At Capel y Traeth. Ev­ery Sun­day at 11.15am. ST CATHERINE’S CHURCH: 8am Morn­ing Prayer (1st, 3rd and 5th Suns). 8am Eucharist (2nd and 4th). 11am Eucharist, 11am Ys­gol Sul/Sun­day School. FAM­ILY CHURCH: Sun­day at 10.30am and 6pm. For de­tails of chil­dren’s and young peo­ple’s clubs, and other meet­ings, con­tact Ben Thomas on 01766 522794 or at www. cric­ci­eth­fam­i­ly­church.org.uk YOGA: Classes at the Me­mo­rial Hall Green Room ev­ery Wed 7pm-8.30 con­tact Heather on 07790 576669, and ev­ery Thurs 10am-11:30am. For de­tails con­tact Nicole on 07889 932573. Suit­able for all ages and abil­i­ties, new mem­bers wel­come. IN­DOOR SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB: New In­door Short Mat Bowls Club at the Me­mo­rial Hall will meet ev­ery Mon at 7.15pm on­wards at the main hall. Ev­ery­one is wel­come, come and have a go. GUID­ING: Rain­bow, Brownie, Guide and Se­nior Sec­tion units. Con­tact Hazel Dibben on 07865 094723. Mod­ern Se­quence Dancing: At the Me­mo­rial Hall ev­ery Thurs, 8pm-10.30pm. Age Well: Ev­ery Tues­day at En­cil y Coed Cen­tre (near the Health Cen­tre): 9.30am-4pm. IT Class, Begin­ners Level (Com­ing Soon): 10am-11.30am. Knit­ting Club, in­clud­ing a half hour lunch: 11am-1.15pm. Gen­tle Chair Ex­er­cise: 1.15pm-2.15pm. Ta­ble Games, So­cial­is­ing and DVD Af­ter­noons: 2.30pm-4pm. Youth Club to the over 50s! Con­tact Stephen at [email protected] SINGING FOR FUN: Lleisiau’r Byd World Voices is a friendly and in­for­mal com­mu­nity choir. Meets ev­ery Wed­nes­day in term-time 7.30-9.30 in the Jerusalem Hall, Cricieth. £5 a ses­sion, with first one free. The choir sings songs in a va­ri­ety of styles and lan­guages in glo­ri­ous har­mony. All mu­sic is taught by ear, di­rected by mu­si­cal leader David Gunn, in a friendly and sup­port­ive way to pro­duce beau­ti­ful sounds. No pre­vi­ous singing ex­pe­ri­ence nec­es­sary. Con­tact 01766 523686. BRIDGE CLUB: Thursdays 7pm. New mem­bers and vis­i­tors wel­come. Con­tact Peter for venue de­tails 01766 522647. SOROP­TI­MIST IN­TER­NA­TIONAL OF SOUTH CAERNARVONSHIRE: An in­ter­na­tional or­gan­i­sa­tion help­ing women and girls achieve their po­ten­tial by in­spir­ing ac­tion and cre­at­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties to trans­form lives through a global net­work of mem­bers lo­cally and in­ter­na­tion­ally. Meet­ings held twice a month in ei­ther Cric­ci­eth or Llan­nor. So­cial events are held to raise funds for local and na­tional char­i­ties. New mem­bers wel­come. See the Face­book page or ring Margery Grif­fin 078111 86969 for more in­for­ma­tion.Li­brary: Bor­row 5 books or mor­ein or­der to bor­row a DVD free of charge. SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new case­work­ers in the Gwynedd area to help and sup­port our vet­er­ans and their fam­i­lies. If you can help con­tact Andy Wil­liams 07958524298. CRIC­CI­ETH HIS­TORY SO­CI­ETY: Will be­gin the 2019 sea­son on Weds, Jan­uary 9 with a talk by Bet­tina Har­den en­til­teled “Vis­it­ing His­tor­i­cal Gar­dens”. Meet at Capel Y Traeth, 7.30pm. Fur­ther pro­gramme de­tails avail­able from www. cric­ci­eth-his­tory.co.uk, Peter Masters .Hon Sec Tel 01758 750322 cric­ci­eth.his­[email protected] gmail.com

DEINIOLEN

BINGO: Ev­ery Fri at Tŷ Elidir, open 6.30pm, start 7pm. Pro­ceeds to local char­i­ties. MO­BILE POST SER­VICE: at Deiniolen, ev­ery Fri­day 12.45pm-2pm. Sit­u­ated at Li­brary car park, High Street, Deiniolen. DEINIOLEN LI­BRARY: Click and Col­lect Ser­vice.Mon 9-10am 2-3pm. Tue 9-10.30am 2-3pm. Wed 9-10.30am 2-3pm. Thu 9-10.30am 2-3pm. Fri No Ser­vice. MU­SIC MEM­O­RIES:

In­for­mal singing and rem­i­nisc­ing ses­sions over a cup of tea with mu­si­cian Nia Davies Wil­liams. All wel­come, free of charge. Fort­nightly be­tween 10:30-11:30am on Fri­days at Tŷ Elidir. Ses­sion dates: Jan­uary 18. Fe­bru­ary 1, 15. March 1, 15, 29. April 12. Con­tact Canol­fan Gerdd Wil­liam Mathias for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion 01286 685 230. PETER TATE:

At Ban­gor Cre­ma­to­rium on Wed­nes­day, De­cem­ber 5 the fu­neral of Peter Tate, 5 Mar­ian Ter­race, Deiniolen took place. Pete passed away peace­fully in the pres­ence of his fam­ily at Ys­byty Gwynedd on Novem­ber 28 aged 63. He was the beloved hus­band of Heather,dear fa­ther of Dar­ren and Donna, fa­ther in law of Sue and An­drew, fond taid of El­liw, Cadi, Ela, Iago, Jes­sica and Kaitlin, dear brother of Viv and Wyn, a close friend of So­nia and Jack Bee, son of the late Jack and Lynne Tate and son in law of Gwla­dys and Stan Owen. A large crowd at­tended Pete’s fu­neral with Canon Idris Thomas, Glan­ra­fon tak­ing the ser­vice and pay­ing a trib­ute to Pete. He was born in 24 Cefn Hen­dre Caernar­fon and at­tended the town schools and at an early age had his own news­pa­per round and on Satur­day af­ter­noons worked in a Fruit shop de­liv­er­ing its pro­duce on his bike. As a child he sang in the LLan­be­blig Church Choir.Pete loved work­ing and his work­ing life demon­strated this as he worked in var­i­ous and in­ter­est­ing places.He left school to work in a slaugh­ter house,then to Llan­beris to build the Hy­dro Power,Kwix in Caernar­fon and to Pwll­heli as Man­ager, Crosville, Ready Mix firm, Taxi firm, Express Mo­tors,Ar­riva Wales and their of­fice in Llangefni, Po­lice Head­quar­ters in Caernar­fon and their of­fices in St As­aph where he was a Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Of­fi­cer,Aber Bridge in Caernar­fon and Traf­fic Wales in Conwy.He was very pop­u­lar and re­spected amongst his fel­low work­ers.He re­tired in Jan­uary 2018.In July 1990 Heather and Pete were mar­ried by the Rev Harri Parri in Seilo Chapel Caernar­fon. They lived in Caernar­fon and then Cwm y Glo be­fore com­ing to Deiniolen two and a half years ago where they were ex­tremely happy in the vil­lage and amongst its peo­ple. Pete loved fish­ing with his best friend Jack and en­joyed foot­ball es­pe­cially Ever­ton;he was such a kind per­son and so ready to help ev­ery­one. Last June he was struck down by se­ri­ous ill­ness and op­er­ated upon in Maelor Hos­pi­tal; he also at­tended Ys­byty Gwynedd where he was on dial­y­sis and chemo­ther­apy.Pete was very brave and never com­plained,he car­ried on and was cared for and sup­portrd by Heather and all the fam­ily and ev­ery­one at Alaw Ward and the Re­nal Depart­ment of Ys­byty Gwynedd. He loved chil­dren and thought the world of his grand­chil­dren and fetch­ing them daily from Ys­gol Gwaen Gynfi meant every­thing to him.Out­side the Cre­ma­to­rium the Po­lice stood in hon­our of Pete and the record­ing of Donna Tag­gart singing “Jeal­ous of the An­gels” at the end of the ser­vice was an apt far­well to him.Do­na­tions in his mem­ory were re­ceived to­wards Alaw Ward and Kid­ney Pa­tients As­so­ci­a­tion and the fu­neral ar­range­ments were by E W Pritchard, 62 High Street,Llan­beris.

GARNDOLBENMAEN

FARM­ERS MAR­KET: Takes place in Ganol­fan Garndolbenmaen the sec­ond Sun of ev­ery month, 10am-2pm. Tea and cof­fee also avail­able. Email friend­sof­[email protected] com

LLANAELHAEARN

CHURCH: Ser­vice ev­ery Sun­day at 9.30am. Ad­vent 4: A manger ser­vice was held taken by the vicar Rev Lloyd Jones. The fourth Ad­vent can­dle was lit. Tak­ing part in the ser­vice were:- Monti and Leila Parry El­lis, Ilan and Lewis Ire­land, Isla Atkin, Liam and Celt Jones, Sian, Elin and Lli­nos Pritchard. The church had been dec­o­rated for the sea­son by ladies of the church and the vicar thanked ev­ery­one for their work. The sides­peo­ple were :- Gareth Owen, Em­rys Wil­liams and Lynda Cox and the or­gan­ist was Siane­len Plem­ing. Christ­mas Eve: A bilin­gual Holy Com­mu­nion ser­vice was held at 9:00pm. The Christ­mas Ad­vent can­dle was lit. The ser­vice was taken by the vicar Rev Lloyd Jones as­sisted by Canon Peter Jones. The read­ers were Bethan Owen and Lynda Cox, the sides­peo­ple were Gareth Owen and Em­rys Wil­liams and the or­gan­ist was Siane­len Plem­ing. TI A FI/MOTHER AND TOD­DLER: Now meet in the school at 1.30pm on Thursdays. FLU CLIN­ICS:

At Med­dygfa Ael­haearn. If you are over 65, suf­fer with a chronic con­di­tion, or you are a carer, then you are en­ti­tled to a free Flu in­jec­tion. There are sev­eral flu clinic dates over the next few weeks to make it more con­ve­nient for pa­tients to be able to at­tend. An ap­point­ment will be nec­es­sary - phone Tŷ Doc­tor on 01758 721851 or Med­dygfa Ael­haearn on 01758 750514

LLANBEDROG

LLANBEDROG ART CLUB: A friendly group who ex­tend a warm wel­come to new mem­bers. Begin­ners and ex­pe­ri­enced artists in­vited. Oc­ca­sional talks/ demos from pro­fes­sional artists. The group meets ev­ery Mon 1.30pm-4.30pm at St Pe­drog’s Church Hall. Subs £2 in­clud­ing tea and bis­cuits. BALL­ROOM AND LATIN AMER­I­CAN: Dance Classes in Llanbedrog Vil­lage Hall, Cae Hendy on Wed­nes­day evenings. Prac­tice ses­sion 7pm-7.45pm. Im­provers Class 8pm-9.30pm. So­cial Dance/Prac­tice Dance on the first Wed­nes­day of ev­ery month 7.30pm-10.15pm. Pri­vate Lessons by ar­range­ment. Qual­i­fied Teacher with the IDTA. Call Ker­stina on 07920 446976. KNIT­TING AND SEW­ING GUILD: Is a group of ladies who knit ba­bies to adults jumpers and toys and many sewn items too. It is open to the pub­lic ev­ery Thurs 2pm-4pm in the Church Hall when they sell these items. All monies go to local char­i­ties. More knit­ters are needed so do come along or phone Rosie on 01758 740184 for in­for­ma­tion. DRU YOGA CLASS: Llanbedrog Church Hall. Mondays 11am-12.15pm. Dru Yoga is prac­tised by peo­ple of all abil­i­ties, all fit­ness lev­els and all age groups, with classes tai­lored to the needs of each in­di­vid­ual. Class suit­able for reg­u­lar students or drop in – no need to book. Cost per ses­sion £5. Call Fred­die on 07833 663717 or email Sim­[email protected]­in­ter­net. com for more in­for­ma­tion.

LLAN­BERIS

ST PADARN’S CHURCH: Sun­day Jan­uary 13, 11am Holy Eucharist. CYFEILLION EGLWYS HYNAFOL SANT PERIS: Clwb cant mis Rhag­fyr. 100 club win­ners De­cem­ber: £30 R Griffiths, £10 Iola Owen, £5 Lin Jarvis. GUID­ING: Va­can­cies for Se­nior Sec­tion (14-26). Con­tact Les­ley Roberts 07583786487 les­[email protected]­in­ter­net. com SSAFA GWYNEDD:

Seeks new case­work­ers in the Gwynedd area to help and sup­port our vet­er­ans and their fam­i­lies. If you can help, con­tact Andy Wil­liams 07958524298.

LLAN­BERIS TIDY VIL­LAGE:

vol­un­teers meet up weekly to lit­ter­pick around the vil­lage. If you’d like to join, come to Men­ter Fach­wen shop, High Street, Llan­beris at 10am on Sun­day. Croeso/ wel­come to ev­ery­one in­clud­ing fam­i­lies and dog walk­ers.

LLANDUDWEN

ST TUDWEN’S CHURCH: Ser­vices on the 1st and 3rd Sun­day of each month at 9.30am. For in­for­ma­tion phone 01758 770321.

LLANDWROG

CAPEL BWLAN: Ion­awr 13, Parch Harri Parri am 10yb.

LLA­NEN­GAN

ST EN­GAN: Jan­uary 13, No Ser­vice -unite @ St Cian 9am. Thank you to ev­ery­body who sup­ported our two Carol Ser­vices at the end of De­cem­ber. It was greatly ap­pre­ci­ated. DRU YOGA CLASS: Lla­nen­gan Vil­lage Hall. Tues­day evening 7-8.15pm. Dru Yoga is prac­tised by peo­ple of all abil­i­ties, all fit­ness lev­els and all age groups, with classes tai­lored to the needs of each in­di­vid­ual. Class suit­able for reg­u­lar students or drop in – no need to book. Cost per ses­sion £5. Call Fred­die on 07833663717 or email Sim­[email protected] bt­in­ter­net.com for more in­for­ma­tion. PLAY­GROUP: at Lla­nen­gan Com­mu­nity Cen­tre is open from Mon­day to Thurs­day, 9.15am-11.45am. If any­one would like to join the bonus ball, con­tact Caryl or Non.

LLAN­GIAN

ST CIAN: Jan­uary 13, Holy Com­mu­nion 9a.m. & 5p.m.

LLAN­RUG

ST MICHAELS CHURCH: On Sun­day, De­cem­ber 30 the last Ser­vice in the beau­ti­ful St Michael’s Church was held, the rea­son be­ing the build­ing is in a very poor state of re­pair, and the cost of mak­ing it safe is way be­yond the con­gre­ga­tion’s ca­pa­bil­i­ties, so it was de­cided that to con­tinue the Sun­day Wor­ship in the In­sti­tute. The Cafe Wor­ship will con­tinue to be on the first Sun­day in each month and there will be a Holy Eucharist on the third Sun­day. Should this prove pop­u­lar they will en­deav­our to have Wor­ship each Sun­day. Although the con­gre­ga­tion will not be us­ing the Church build­ing many of the over­heads con­tinue, so hope­fully each and ev­ery­one of you will con­tinue to sup­port as you have in pre­vi­ous years. Wendy and Beryl will still be plan­ning and ex­e­cut­ing the monthly so­cial events, the 100 Club and Sav­ings will also con­tinue and will be col­lect­ing the money for these in the next two weeks. Should you need to talk to ei­ther of us here are their phone num­bers, 01286 677163 (Beryl) or 01286 676512 (Wendy). Sun­day Jan­uary 20 there will be a Holy Eucharist Ser­vice held in the In­sti­tute at 10am, look­ing for­ward to see­ing you all there. CAPEL Y RHOS: Ion­awr 13 Dr Huw Tegid Roberts, am 10 o’r gloch. Ys­gol Sul CYLCH TI A FI: Dewch i gael hwyl a sbri yn Cylch Ti a Fi, Festi Capel y Rhos. Mae’r cylch yn cy­far­fod pryn­hawn Dydd Mawrth 1-2.30 a bore Dydd Gwener 9-10.45. Croeso cynnes i fabis a phlant i fynu at 4 oed. Dewch am wei­th­gared­dau, paned a sg­wrs. BACK2HOCKEY: Come and join the weekly ses­sion of hockey train­ing at Ys­gol Bryn­re­fail ev­ery Wed 6.30-7.30. Hockey equip­ment pro­vided for £2. YOUTH CLUB: Ev­ery Mon­day and Wed­nes­day 7-9pm, at Ys­gol Bryn­re­fail. Ev­ery­body wel­come, year 8 up­wards. HAFAN ELAN LLAN­RUG: Age Well Ac­tiv­i­ties for the local aged 50 and over pop­u­la­tion. Ac­tiv­i­ties held ev­ery Mon­day, Tues­day, Wed­nes­day and Fri­day in­clud­ing a lunch club, Bingo, gen­tle chair ex­er­cise and com­puter classes. Con­tact Eil­wen Char­ters on 01286 669 287 for more info.

LLAN­WNDA

CAPEL GLAN­RHYD: Ion­awr 13: Mr Ar­wel Wil­liams am 10 yb, Ys­gol Sul CYLCH TI A FI: Baby and Tod­dler Group is held in Canol­fan Bro Llan­wnda, Weds Term time 1.15-3pm. Par­ents, Car­ers and Child­min­ders all wel­come.

LLANYSTUMDWY

ST JOHN THE BAP­TIST’S CHURCH: 9.30am Of­feren/Eucharist (3rd Sun). 9.30am Boreol Weddi/Morn­ing Prayer (1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Suns).

MORFA NEFYN

MORFA NEFYN KNIT­TING GROUP: Come and knit, cro­chet, sew and chat at the Nan­horon Arms ev­ery Mon­day from 7.30-9pm. Just turn up and join this friendly group or con­tact Karen Cooper on 07747 800320 or 01758 720039 for de­tails. Do­na­tions of wool for char­ity projects greatly ap­pre­ci­ated.

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