Your Llanelli Central correspondent is Janice Jones, 1 Clos Llanfihangel, Dafen, 01554 753749
Llanelli U3A Today, the boules group meet at the Pavilion Field, Pwll at 10.15am and the monthly lecture is in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 2pm. John Wynne Hopkins will be speaking on Hopkins – Work of an artist? Monday, the snooker group meet in Terry Griffiths Snooker Hall at 10.15am for 10.30am, the book group are reading Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng and meet in Caroline’s home at 11am and the table tennis group meet in the leisure centre at 3pm. Tuesday, the cycling group meet at 10.30am and will be cycling from Dunvant to Blackpill, Swansea. The short walk group will walk around Pembrey Harbour. Meet in Car Park at 10.30am. Wednesday, June 19, the boules group meet at the Pavilion Field, Pwll, at 10.15am and craft group meets in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 2pm. Thursday, June 20, Classical Music Appreciation Group meets in Peter Chin’s home at 2pm. Friday, June 21, Scribblers and Scripts creative writing group meets in Caroline’s home at 10.30am and our Ukulele Group meet in Sandra’s home at 2pm. Sunday, June 23, the Sunday Lunch Group will be in the Red Lion, Llandyfaelog, SA17 5PR, at 12.30pm. Wednesday, June 26, breakfast club meets at Fresz Café from 8.30am-10am and boules group meet at the Pavilion Field, Pwll, at 10.15am. Thursday, June 27, University Challenge quiz group meets in Julia’s home at 2pm and Agatha Quizties quiz group meets in Llanerch Community Centre at 2pm. Friday, June 28, Play Reading Group meets in Julia’s home at 2pm. Our July programmestarts on Monday, July 1, with our snooker group meeting in Terry Griffiths Snooker Hall at 10.15am for 10.30am and the table tennis group meeting in the Leisure Centre at 3pm. Tuesday, July 2, coffee morning held in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 10.30am. Wednesday, July 3, boules group meet at the Pavilion Field, Pwll at 10.15am and craft group meet in Felinfoel Community Resource Centre at 2pm. Friday, July 5, Light-hearted look at History Group held in Llanerch Community Centre at 2pm. For more information on any of these groups or on Llanelli U3A, please view our website: www.u3asites.org.uk/llanelli or contact us on 07809 137744. CASM group meets every Tuesday evening from 5.30pm to 8.30pm at St Barnabus Hall, Llewellyn Street, Llanelli. We are a confidential service, we can offer support and counselling for the carer, we can also meet up outside of group meetings for an informal chat. CASM is an independent organisation based in Llanelli, a volunteer-led group dedicated to supporting those who care for a loved one who suffers from alcoholism or drug addiction. We have all had experience of living with and caring for someone in addiction, we’ve all been there and have a wealth of knowledge of how to cope, for more details please ring Sarah, our chairperson, on 07805 326063.
Pre-school storytime Is held every Wednesday from 10.15am to 11.15am at Llanelli Children’s Library. Today’s topic is love. Crafy seniors invite all local knitters, those crochet, sew or are in any way crafty to come along ot Ffwrnes Theatre at 11.30am today. All levels of skills and age welcome.
Angela of Goldies Cymru invites everyone to go along to Ffwrnes Theatre foyer this afternoon from 2pm to 3pm for an hour of fun and laughter. Llanelli Hospital League of Friends will meet this evening at 67pm in the hospital’s boardroom opposite the restaurant to make final arrangements for a strawberry tea on July 6. Llanelli Floral Art will hold a summer open evening with Alexander Pike entitled Glitz and Glamour at 7pm in the Catholic Church Hall, Waunlanyrafon, this evening.
Llanelli Ramblers will take a six-mile moderate walk in Garth Hill, Cardiff, today, Call David on 01792 39071. Tomorrow there will be a four-mile moderate evening walk in Loughor. Ring Hazel on 755331. Friday to Sunday will be 2 Moors Way, Stage 3. For further information contact Ian on 07890 583124,
Llanelli Station Men’s Shed Meets every Friday and Saturday, from 10am to 2pm on Great Western Terrace, next to the north side of Llanelli Rail Station. The ‘shed’ is where like-minded men who want to share their practical skills, learn new expertise and explore their talents and interests and socialise in a stress-free environment. Bring whatever handy skills you have, or drop in just for a chat and cuppa! Ring Steve on 07582 647740 or Mike on 07852 119072.
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.
Cuppa Club Will be held on Monday from 11am to 1pm at the back of Llanelli Library. Why not pop along and find out more about Time Credits, have a coffee/ tea, chat or read newspapers. Macmillan Cancer fundraising Group will meet next Mondat at 4.45pm in the Diplmat Hotel. New volunteers welcome.
Llanelli Breast Cancer Support Group will meet at 7pm in Glenalla Community Hall on Monday.
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.
Sing With Us Choic Practices every Tuesday evening from 6.30pm to 8pm at the Atheneum in Llanelli Library.
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.
Ty Bryngwyn Hospital Charity Night will be held in Ruby’s Bar on Thursday, July 20, at 7pm. Tickets £12, proceeds to Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Appeal.
The Play for Fun
Group presents Like A Thief In The Night, a comedy by Colin Isaac, on Friday and Saturday, July 21 and 22 at 7.30pm at Ffwrnes Theatre. Tickets £10 for reserved seats. To book, call 0845 2263510. Proceeds in aid of Bloodwise. Parc Howard Association welcomes Penclawdd Brass Band to Parc Howard from 2pm to 4pm on Sunday, July 30. Free entry. Refreshments available.
Fourth annual Llanelli Singathon was held earlier this month in St Elli Centre to raise funds for Tenovus Cancer Care. Taking part were Carmarthen Ukeleles, Tenovus Choir, (Llanelli and Carmarthen) Hospital Notes, soloists Abi Thomas, Marc Angel and Dennis Lennox, Vocal Harmony and Silver Swing with MC Steve Eldridge. They all gave their time for free to help fundraising.