Myny­d­dy­gar­reg

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Your Myny­d­dy­gar­reg correspond­ent is Eirlys Evans, Avelon, Horeb Road. 01554 890054

Sym­pa­thy is ex­tended to Avril Cray and fam­ily of Kid­welly. The fam­ily were for­merly Myny­d­dy­gar­reg res­i­dents and well known. Ael­wyn Cray passed away re­cently and was cre­mated on Fri­day, May 3. They had two chil­dren, Meinir and Michael and many other fam­ily mem­bers and friends. We, as vil­lagers, think of them all.

Speedy re­cov­ery is wished to Mar­garet Hughes, of Cheri­ton, who has been a hospi­tal pa­tient. We all wish her a speedy re­turn to bet­ter health. We, as vil­lagers, wish ev­ery­one who is not in the best of health at the mo­ment a speedy re­turn to feel­ing bet­ter in time for the sum­mer weather. Brysi­wch wella.

Cwrdde Mawr Bydd cwrdde mawr yn Horeb ar Sul, Mai 12.

Oedfa pryn­hawn yn unig am 2yp. Y pregethwr gwadd fydd y Parch Ian Lewis o Ll­wyn­hendy. Croeso i bawb o bob en­wad i ymuno yn Horeb ar y Sul ar­ben­nig yma. Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Cofi­wch am Eisteddfod Fawred­dog Myny­d­dy­gar­reg ar nos Wener yn Neuadd Myny­d­dy­gar­reg i ddechrau am 5yh. Mae llawer o gys­tadlu mewn sawl pwnc, rhy­w­beth i ble­sio pawb a choron i fardd bud­digol yr Eisteddfod. Bingo Ses­sions are held at Clwb Rygbi Myny­d­dy­gar­reg ev­ery Wed­nes­day evening at 7pm. Bingo caller is Fred Smith, Horeb Road. Good luck to Declan Smith, son of Martin and Su­san Smith and grand­son of Fred and the late Pam Smith of Horeb Road. Declan was play­ing rugby for the Scar­lets and has now been in­vited to play rugby in New Zealand, a sign of his great abil­ity in the game. He left for New Zealand on April 30. He has played for Wales youth and this is a great op­por­tu­nity for him. We all wish him good luck and will be think­ing of him. Al­ready play­ing in Aus­tralia is Cal­lum Price, son of Lynn Price and grand­son of the late Cliff and Elaine Price of Gwalia, Myny­d­dy­gar­reg. Declan and Cal­lum are two boys who are putting the vil­lage on the map. Good luck to you both.

Probus The next meet­ing will be held on May 22 and the topic will be head teach­ers’ mem­oirs by Brian Hitch­man. Probus Club meet ev­ery fourth Wed­nes­day of the month at 10am in the con­fer­ence room at the rear of the Gwen­l­lian Cen­tre. For more de­tails con­tact the chair­man on 01554 891241.

Ty Go­lau meet in Myny­d­dy­gar­reg Hall ev­ery Wed­nes­day from 10.30am to noon. This is a group for per­sons with mem­ory prob­lems and ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude rem­i­nis­cences, themed quizzes, sing-alongs, mu­sic and move­ment and lots more. Why not go along to stim­u­late your brain and have some fun.

Se­nior Cit­i­zens The Myny­d­dy­gar­reg Se­nior Cit­i­zens held their May meet­ing on Wed­nes­day, May 1, at Myny­d­dy­gar­reg Wel­fare Hall at 2.30pm. Present were mem­bers which in­cluded the of­fi­cers Jean Fox (chair­per­son), Mar­ian Lewis (vice-chair­per­son), Chris­tine Hughes (trea­surer) and Regina Mor­gan (sec­re­tary and sav­ings co-or­di­na­tor). Mrs Fox opened the meet­ing with the Lord’s Prayer and Mrs Mor­gan read the last month’s notes. Ab­sen­tees and birth­day cel­e­bra­tors were men­tioned. A trip was be­ing held on May 7 and times were given for pick-ups. A very in­ter­est­ing talk was given re­gard­ing leeches – how they are reared and stored and how they are used es­pe­cially in hos­pi­tals for sev­eral kinds of blood ill­nesses. A video was shown on how the leeches first came into be­ing, used for ac­ci­dents and ill­nesses. The speaker was Carl Peters and he was very in­ter­est­ing.

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