Bancffosfelen & Crwbin
Your Bancffosfelen & Crwbin correspondent is Keith Evans, 43 Brandyway, Pontyberem, 01269 871955, keithe[email protected] btinternet.com
Clwb Hamdden At July’s gathering, members heard Maren Hamer discuss Friends Against Scams. New members welcome. Bancffosfelen Post Office Opening days and times are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday between 2pm and 5pm. Further information on 0345 611 2970. Crwbin Silver Band Rehearsals each Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm and each Sunday from 6pm to 8pm in the Crwbin Band Room. Yoga Club Participants meet in the Memorial Hall each Thursday; first session from 10.30am; second session from 11.45am.
Abba night On Saturday, October 19, the London West End Denmark Street Band and singers return to Pontyberem Hall to render the hits of Abba. Tickets for table seating £20 per person, gallery seating at £10 per person. Show starts 7.30pm followed by a disco until late. Early booking advised. Tickets can be ordered over the phone via the hall reception desk on 01269 871075. A GROUP of cycling fundraisers based at a Llanelli restaurant have raised more than £1,300 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The riders from the Sandpiper cycled 13km and raised £1,334.50 which takes their total raised to £2,743 in the past four months.
The group hopes to raise £4,000 by next February by doing different activities and hope to raise awarenes. The cyclists were Jessica Pratt (organiser), Jonathan Haines, Hollie Jenkins, Hayley Baumber, Peter Barone-Harris Sophie Meyrick, Sophie Stevens, Christopher Hurley, Valerie Millard and Alan Baumber.
receive time credits. Everyone is welcome but children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. For further information please ring 07971 131184.
Age Cymru Keep Fit This new keep-fit class for people 50+has started at the Pensioners’ Annexe, Memorial Hall, and is on every Thursday from 10am to 11am. All exercises can be done seated or standing and at your own pace. Casual clothes to be worn. Admission £1. For information call Age Cymru Sir Gâr on 01554 784080.
Volunteers needed Age Cymru Sir Gâr is looking for volunteers to help older people stay warm and save energy by installing radiator reflectors, nightlights, energysaving lightbulbs and timer sockets in their homes. Why not make a difference and make someone feel more independent in their own home? Volunteering is flexible, giving up one hour a week or one day a week, you still make a difference. Age Cymru Sir Gâr cover mileage at 45p a mile and offer voluntary thank-you events. Training is provided. If interested, please phone 01554 784080 or email p.mcil[email protected] agecymrusirgar.org.uk
Free heritage tours These walking tours are every Wednesday morning until September 25 at 10.30am from Café Lolfa, Stepney Road.