9, John Street, Abercwmboi, Aberdare, Wales. Church office telephone 01443 479 615.
Sunday, December 30, 6pm and on Sunday, January 6, 6pm.
If you’d like to get started cycling and would like to join us, please search for us on Facebook.
ASD Rainbows is opening a unit for children with autism in Cwmbach.
For more information please see our Facebook page or you can email us at: asdrain[email protected] com.
We meet on Thursdays at Abercynon Community Centre, 7pm.
Please check our Facebook page for Christmas times.
Co-op Funeralcare Bereavement and Loneliness Group is once a month at Christchurch, East Avenue, Gadlys, Aberdare CF44 8AS at 10am.
Everyone is welcome to come along to meet new friends, refreshments – tea, coffee and biscuits are provided.
It is run by Christopher Davies funeral director for Co-op Funeralcare.
The lottery numbers for the draw on Friday, December 14 were 06, 07, 11, 22. The jackpot rolls over to next week.
The total prize fund is £355. Get your tickets for next week’s draw at the Museum Shop.
You can purchase a weekly ticket, a monthly ticket or a full 3 month. All proceeds are used for projects in the museum.
Our gift shop stocks cards, jewelry, books, fancy goods, candles, ceramics, textiles and art.
We will be open Tuesday to Saturday all through December.
Hot and cold refreshments available in Marty’s cafe.
We are a small charity that works with children with additional needs and their families.
For more information visit our website, www. cynonvalleypals.co.uk, find us on Facebook or call 07967 845 056 or 07875 701 847.
We have some speciality equipment that we use for our holiday playschemes and need somewhere to store it.
If a local business or anyone else could help us out with the donation of a plastic outdoor shed we would be very grateful.
A Veterans Group is currently being held at the Community Centre in Fernhill Estate for all veterans.
Held on Mondays from 10am-12noon.
Courses available include: Mindfulness at Mountain Ash Rugby Clubhouse, Oxford Street, Mountain Ash, CF45 3PL. On Thursdays, from 6pm7.30pm.
Mindfulness at The Feel Good Factory, Abercynon Road, Ynysboeth, Mountain Ash, CF45 4XZ.
Held Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10am11.30am.
If you are aged 18-25, and suffer with mental health issues, including depression and/or anxiety, you may be interested in mental health charity New Horizons’ Youth Project, held Mondays, 4pm-8pm, and every fortnight on Saturdays from 12noon4pm.
The team provides support and advice, talks from other organisations, activities such as music, art and craft, Nintendo Wii, and free internet.
For more information about services on offer email: [email protected] horizons-mental health. co.uk or you can call the centre on 01685 881 113.
New Horizons mental health charity has a centre in Aberdare which is open at the following times:
Mondays, 4pm-8pm – Youth Project;
Tuesdays, 11am-1pm – activities, groups and training;
Wednesdays, 9am-4pm – activities, groups and training. Closed bank holidays. The team provides support and advice, talks activities such as music, art and craft, Wii, and free internet.
The lottery numbers were drawn on Friday, December 14.
The numbers were 05, 14, 19, 22. The jackpot is now £4,579.
For your chance of winning please pick up your tickets at Rowan Tree Cancer Centre in Mountain Ash, Rowan Tree Cancer Care Charity shop in Mountain Ash or Rowan Tree Cancer Care Bridal Wear and Charity shop at Pontypridd.
All you need is four lucky numbers between 1 and 24. Tickets cost £1, and you must be 16+ to enter. The draw takes place Fridays at Cynon Valley Indoor Bowls Centre in Mountain Ash.
Anyone who is interested in joining the Rowan Tree Singers.
We are a mixed choir that meets every Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm at Providence Baptist Church, Union Street, Mountain Ash.
You do not have to be a cancer patient or client to join. You do not have to have the ability to read music. Any age welcome – please contact the centre for more information.
If anyone has any unwanted clothing and/or toys we would appreciate donations to our charity shops in Mountain Ash and Pontypridd.
We can also arrange for our charity van to pick up any donations on a Tuesday or a Friday – please contact the office on 01443 479 369 for further information. about this.
Donations of goodquality clothing, bridal wear, evening wear and occasion wear, books, electrical items or any other unwanted items will also all be gratefully received at the Rowan Tree charity shops.
If anyone has fundraising ideas for the charity then please get in touch with us on the number above.
Many thanks for everyone’s support this year.