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Half Term Ac­tiv­i­ties At Parc Slip: Spooky night-time wildlife walk - look for bats and other crea­tures of the night on a fam­ily friendly walk. Thurs­day 1st No­vem­ber 6.15-8.30pm Cost £2 per per­son. Age Range age 7 and above. Meet out­side the Parc Slip Vis­i­tor Cen­tre. Places are lim­ited, please book via Megan 01656 724100.

Creepy Craft Ses­sion – an af­ter­noon of creepy crafts and other ac­tiv­i­ties. Fri­day 2nd No­vem­ber, drop in any time be­tween 1-3.30pm Cost £3 per child, age group 5 plus with adult su­per­vi­sion.

Hal­loween Events In Cefn Cribwr: Cefn Gar­den­ing Club is hold­ing it’s free pop­u­lar an­nual fancy dress Hal­loween party on Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 28, 6-8pm at the Green Hall (Com­mu­nity Cen­tre).

Prizes will be given for the best cos­tumes and to the win­ners of the pump­kin carv­ing com­pe­ti­tion. All wel­come.

Free ‘Spook­tas­tic’ Hal­loween Party at the Ath­letic Club.

The Ju­nior Rid­ers will also be hold­ing a free fancy dress Hal­loween party, on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 31 at 6-8pm, in the Ath­letic Club’s brand new “Rid­ers Re­treat” (down­stairs at the club­house at Cae Gof).

A fancy dress com­pe­ti­tion, disco, and other spooky ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren. All wel­come. Free Hal­loween Party at Sports & So­cial Club

Put on your scari­est out­fits and en­joy the mu­sic at the Sports & So­cial Club (formerly The Le­gion). En­try is free. Rhi­gos 18. Pon­ty­cymer en­ter­tained Rhi­gos re­cently in a Di­vi­sion Three West Cen­tral clash at Lawrence Park, with the vis­i­tors win­ning this thrilling game in the fi­nal min­utes. Pon­ty­cymer’s only try of the match came from prop Chris­tian Jones, and there was an eye catch­ing de­but for Pon­ty­cymer from young Bran­don Hunt­ley.

Brid­gend Cas­tle Play­ers: On Fri­day, No­vem­ber 9, Brid­gend Cas­tle Play­ers present their lat­est pro­duc­tion, Evening of Re­mem­brance, at Bet­tws Com­mu­nity Club.

As well as two plays, The Plan of At­tack by Phil Nash & The Pris­oner’s Friend by Peter Drake, the evening will also in­clude a themed quiz, read­ings of ac­tual let­ters re­ceived from the front­line of WWI, a buf­fet, and much more.

Doors open at 7pm and the show starts 7.30pm. Tick­ets are priced at £2.50, with all pro­ceeds be­ing do­nated to the RAF Benev­o­lent Fund, and are avail­able from Bet­tws Com­mu­nity Club, Brid­gend Cas­tle Play­ers’ Trea­surer, Rhian – trea­surer@ brid­gend­castle­play­ers.org.

Call 07814 881445, and also on the door on the night. Please come along and sup­port this worth­while cause. west­wardcc@hot­mail. co.uk

Brid­gend Fes­ti­val Of Light 2018: The Theme - The Year of the Sea

Date for Di­ary - Fri­day, No­vem­ber 2 from 5pm7pm at New­bridge Fields to in­clude Lantern Pa­rade, Fire Show, Samba Band

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact 01656 815757 (9am-1pm). Email brid­gend.tc@ brid­gend.gov.uk www. carnegiehouse.co.uk

Fun for all the fam­ily and com­pletely free.

Choir Con­cert For Mul­ti­ple Scle­ro­sis: On Fri­day, No­vem­ber 16, the Maesteg and Dis­trict Male Choir, to­gether with the Tre­lales Pri­mary School Choir and lo­cal so­prano Sarah Mor­ris, will be giv­ing a con­cert at Tre­lales Pri­mary School, Lale­ston in aid of re­search into Mul­ti­ple Scle­ro­sis.

Tick­ets are £7.50 and are avail­able from Terry and Elaine Mose­ley 01656 650598 or from the school.

Last year’s con­cert was a great suc­cess with won­der­ful acous­tics in the school hall and it is again hoped to have a full au­di­ence to pro­vide funds for much needed re­search.

Char­ity Book Sale: Brid­gend Lions Club would like to thank all those gen­er­ous peo­ple who sup­ported its One Day Book Sale on Oc­to­ber 20 at West­ward Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. The event was or­gan­ised by Lion Tony Rees and lo­cal char­i­ties will ben­e­fit from all monies raised. Tues­day night for poker.

This will be ev­ery week and starts at 8pm.

Ev­ery Thurs­day night 9pm is our quiz and play your cards right where you could have a chance to win £100.

Ge­orge Michael Night: Why not join Pete Valen­tine as Ge­orge Michael at the Non Pol Club on Satur­day, No­vem­ber 17.

Tick­ets cost £8 each and avail­able from Ali­son McAn­drew or the club.

Nan­ty­moel Box­ing Club: Our Kid Glove Gym Classes for ages 5-7 year olds have started at the club ev­ery Sun­day morn­ing 9.30am to 10am all wel­come. Also don’t for­get our next fundraiser night in aid of your Box­ing club with a fan­tas­tic vo­cal­ist in Jimmy “G” James Gilpin and the co­me­dian who packs out venues where ever he’s on, the out­ra­geous and blue Lenny Dee.

All this is at Sarn So­cial club on Fri­day, No­vem­ber 30 at 7pm. Tick­ets are £8 each avail­able from the gym or Sarn club. All wel­come and strictly over 18s.

Wyn­d­ham Boys’ & Girls’ Club: Wyn­d­ham Boys’ and Girls’ Club are host­ing a Craft Fayre on Satur­day, No­vem­ber 24 at Og­more Vale Life Cen­tre.

If you would like to book a ta­ble at a cost of £8 per ta­ble please con­tact Avril Up­ping­ton on 01656 721 330 or 07812 492 466.

A de­posit of £5 is re­quired on book­ing also you can call into the club.

Cof­fee Morn­ing: Cof­fee morn­ing at Christchurch Chapel Cor­bett Street, Og­more Vale on Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 25, with a cake stall, book stall, china and clothes stalls and not for­get­ting a raf­fle etc, from 9.30am10.45am. So why not join them for a cof­fee and its free ad­mis­sion.

Black­mill Over-50s: Meet at the com­mu­nity cen­tre on Wed­nes­days at 7pm.

New mem­bers are wel­come.

Nan­ty­moel Knit­ters: We meet twice a week at Di­nam Close ev­ery Tues­day and Fri­day from 10am-noon.

We are al­ways look­ing for new mem­bers and all our ef­forts are to make things for char­i­ties. If there is any­one who has any spare wool they do not want, we would be very grate­ful to re­ceive it.

Your News: Please re­mem­ber to send any news or in­for­ma­tion to me by 10.30pm on Wed­nes­day night ev­ery week. Email gazette@ og­more-vale.co.uk or ring 01656 760640.

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