Your Llanelli Central correspondent is Janice Jones, 1 Clos Llanfihangel, Dafen, 01554 753749
An exhibition organised by International Brigades Cymru will be displayed in the foyer of Llanelli Library, Vaughan Street, during the month of August. It features the story of the Welsh volunteers in the Spanish Civil War. To accompany the exhibition there will be a free public lecture focusing on the local volunteers by author Graham Davies on Friday at 11.30am in the library. More info: 07946 583110. Children’s summer activities continue at Llanelli Library. Summer reading challenge – Space Chase! Ages 14 and under. Every Monday, Lego for all ages; every Tuesday, colouring for ages two and over; every Wednesday, 10.15am-11am and 2pm-3pm, Lego and storytime sessions for under-eights; every Thursday, games for ages three-plus; every Friday, crafts for ages two-plus. Pre-school storytime Is held every Wednesday from 10.15am to 11.15am at Llanelli Children’s Library.
Angela from Goldies Cymru invites everyone to Ffwrnes Theatre foyer this afternoon from 2pm to 3pm.
Llanelli Hospital League of Friends will meet this evening at 7pm in the hospital’s boardroom (opposite the restaurant). New volunteers welcome. Tax Help for Older People is a charity which provides free advice to older people on a low income who have an income tax query or concern. If you think that your PAYE code is wrong, you have a form to fill in or you have received an unexpected tax demand then they can help. The next monthly surgery in Llanelli is tomorrow. To book an appointment, please ring 01308 488066.
Llanelli and District Probus Club Meet at 10.30am on the first and third Thursday of every month in Furnace Rugby Club. We are a group of like-minded, retired professional people, offering social interaction, light refreshments and invited speakers.
Brave the shave will be held to raise money for Macmillan when Amy Jayne Hobbs will have her head shaved on Friday in the Star restaurant at 7pm. Please go along to sponsor her.
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 go. 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. Llanelli Ramblers will take a 6.5-mile moderate walk in Gower from the Beaufort Arms, Kittle, today. For more information ring John on 01792 233639 or 07511 843951. Tomorrow there will be a
three-mile easy walk in Pwll. Ring Carl on 07754 582994 to find out more. There will be a 9.5-mile fairly strenuous walk – Porthgain circular – on Sunday. Further details from John on 01792 864525. Cuppa Club will be held from 11am to 1pm on Monday at the back of Llanelli Library. Why not pop in for a cuppa and a chat? Llanelli Breast Cancer Support Group will meet next Monday in Glenalla Community Hall at 7pm.
Llanelli Amateur Radio Club meets at 10, Heol y Nant, SA14 8EH (Swiss Valley Community Centre) from 7pm to 9pm every Monday. New members of all ages always welcome to this friendly and sociable group. For more information contact the secretary on llanelli-radio-club.wales or Steve on call sign MW6CCG or 07878 494337.
Sing With Us Choir practise every Tuesday from 6.30pm to 8pm at the Atheneum in the library. Anyone affected by cancer, along with family and friends, will receive a warm welcome.
Ladies’ dancercise Classes are a combination of exercise and freestyle dance that are held every Tuesday at Stradey Hall, Sandy Road, from 7pm to 8.30pm for £5. Ring Ann Jones on 835090 for more information.