Your Llanelli Central correspondent is Janice Jones, 1 Clos Llanfihangel, Dafen, 01554 753749
PCSO Jones Is based in the Hwb every Wednesday from 10am to noon to provide advice and support to the centre’s customers. Llanelli Humanists Meet at Costa every Wednesday from 11.30am to 1.30pm. Everyone welcome. Or join the group on Facebook.
Soup Station Is held every Wednesday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm in Greenfield Chapel. There will be soup, bread rolls, cakes, biscuits, tea, coffee and a big friendly welcome.
K’nect with God with each other and with the community at King’s Church, 14 Cowell Street, at 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm) every Wednesday.
Verses in Vino will be held this evening at 7pm on Altalia restaurant. This will be a light-hearted and fun time consisting of poetry, limericks and prose. Admission fee of £2 includes a free raffle.
Llanelli and District Probus Club will meet in Furnace RFC at 10.30am tomorrow.
Ty Golau Health and wellbeing group for people with memory problems/Alzheimer’s-type illnesses meets every Thursday at Antioch Centre, Copperworks Road, from 10.30am to noon. Activities include reminiscence therapy, themed quizzes, singalongs, simple cookery and much more. Call Jan Lewis on 890896.
Glanymor and Tyisha History Group will meet tomorrow in Bethania Chapel at 4.30pm. Llanelli Art Society will hold a demonstration at Sandy Hall from 7pm to 9pm tomorrow.
Drop-in meditation is held from 7.30pm to 9pm every Thursday at Paddock Street Community Centre.
Cafe Church will be held tomorrow in Costa Coffee, Parc Pemberton, at 8pm.
Llanelli Men’s Shed meets in 1A Derwent Street at 10am every Friday.
Llanelli Ramblers Will take a six-mile moderate walk in Kidwelly and Mynyddygarreg today, leaving the leisure centre at 10am. Ring Eirwen or Sandra on 770268. On Saturday there will be an eight-and-a-half-mile fairly strenuous walk at Melincourt, Neath Valley, leaving 9am from the leisure centre. Ring Alan on 07814 836451.
Craft fair at Selwyn Samuel Centre, Lliedi Suite, from 10am-2pm on Saturday with free entry. Tables £10 with table fees and raffle proceeds to Tenovus Cancer Care. For more information call Cathy on 01267 268200 or 07787 377483. Llanelli Torch Fellowship Group for sight-impaired people will meet at 2.30pm on Saturday in Emmanuel Baptist Chapel, New Dock Road. There will be a speaker, hymn singing, a Bible reading, some prayers and concluding with a great afternoon tea.
Cor Curiad and Friends with special guest Sam Bailey will perform on Saturday in Ffwrnes Theatre at 7pm in aid of Marie Curie Wales.
Roller disco Sessions are held at Hi5 Hall, Amanwy (former Gospel Hall), from 4.30pm every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Also at the same venue, a youth club is held from 6.30pm to 8pm every Thursday. For more information ring 07896 826197.
Kolonia A café for everyone, holds a coffee morning from 10am to noon every Monday at Ty Gwyn Community Church. Low Vision drop-in Is held every Monday at Llanelli Blind Society, 18 Vaughan Street, from 10am to 1pm. Llanelli Amateur Radio Club
Meets every Monday at Swiss Valley Community Centre at 7pm. Contact the secretary on llanelli-radio-club.wales or Steve on call sign MW6CCG or ring 07878 494337.
Pre-school storytime Is held every Tuesday from 10.15am to 11.15am at Llanelli Children’s Library.
Sing With Us Choir Practises from 6.30pm to 8pm at the Atheneum, Llanelli Library, every Tuesday. A warm welcome awaits anyone affected by cancer along with family and friends.
Ladies’ dancercise A combination of exercise and freestyle dance with classes at Sandy Road Community Centre from 7pm to 8.30pm every Tuesday. Ring Ann Jones on
835090. Llanelli Veterans Association
will meet in the Conservative Club on Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Llanelli Floral Art will meet on Wednesday, April 10, at 7pm in the Catholic Church Hall, Waunlanyrafon. Donald Morgan will give a demonstration entitled Time to Celebrate. Also subscriptions are due. Parkinson’s World Awareness
Day will be held from 10.30am to noon at Llanelly House on Thusday, April 11.
Llanelli and District Hospital
League of Friends will hold an Easter tea in Prince Philip Hospital dining room on Saturday, April 13, at 3pm. Tickets at £5 include a delicious tea, entertainment and raffle. All proceeds to the League of Hospital Friends in support of Prince Philip Hospital.
Fundraiser An evening with Ceri Dupree (18-plus) will be held in Selwyn Samuel Centre tomorrow at 7pm. Tickets £10 with proceeds going to CYCA.
Lllanelli U3A Today, board games in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 2pm. Tomorrow, Bowls Group meet in Selwyn Samuel Centre at 10.30am. Friday, A Light-Hearted Look at History is held in Llanerch Community Centre at 2pm. The subject is “Good Morning Mr Raby. Good Morning Mr. Neville”. Monday, Walking Groups. This month’s walk will be at Llyn Llech Owain Country Park. Meet in car park at 10.15am. Wednesday, April
10, monthly lecture will be held in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 2pm. Lecturer Chris Davies’s subject will be family history. Monday, April 15, Snooker Group meet in Terry Griffiths’s snooker hall at 10.15am. The Book Group meet in Caroline’s home at 11am. The Girl Under the Olive Tree by Leah Fleming is the book they are reading, and the Table Tennis Group meet in the Leisure Centre at 2pm. Tuesday, April 16, Short Walking Group will walk in Kidwelly Quay (other side of the station). Meet in car park by the River Gwendraeth Fach at 10.30am. This is an easy walk on the flat in lovely surroundings, about one hour’s duration. Wednesday, April 17, Craft Group meet in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 2pm. Thursday, April 18, Bowls Group meet in Selwyn Samuel Centre at 10.30am and Classical Music Appreciation Group meet in Peter Chin’s home at 2pm. For more information, view our website www.u3asites.org.uk/llanelli or contact us on 07809 137744.