Yr Hen Ysgol Trewyddel
Moylegrove Old School Hall
Tue 27 Mar 7:30 PM
£3.50, kids free
We welcome back local historian Glen who has visited 149 parishes and chapelries of Pembrokeshire during 9 months of 2017. He is giving us an illustrated talk of part of his 200 mile trek with historical and heritage information of selected parishes.
Glen has always provided entertaining and informative talks and his recent venture through our county promises for another interesting evening!
Thu 12 Apr 12:00 PM
in the village car park
Please support this excellent service! There's a good stock on board, and you can ask them to get particular books. Wheelchair-friendly. Details >
Bring your existing Pembs library card, or bring ID to join.
Fri 20 Apr 7:30 PM
£4, kids free
These fundraisers are making a welcome return to bring us songs of the sea, folk melodies and seasonal ditties.
Their visits are always a great success,..so we're doing it again!
A Fish 'n' Chip supper, with options, will be available at just £5. Bar open as usual including real ale on tap from the local Mantle brewery!
Tue 24 Apr 7:30 PM
James Roden, National Trust Area Ranger for the North Pembrokeshire coast, will be joining us to talk about his role and the work of the National Trust in North Pembrokeshire. James will discuss the Trust’s renewed focus on nature conservation and how this will be implemented in Pembrokeshire, as well as the challenges of ensuring that recreational use of the coast is sustainable.
Just come along!
First Wednesday of every month.
Home made cakes and good coffee.
Every Monday 2pm
Every Wednesday 2pm
The gardening club organizes visits to local gardens. In the colder and wetter months, we have talks to remind ourselves of the warmer times!
Every Thursday 7pm
Cyfarfodau ar Sadwrn gynta'r mis am ddwy awr o 10:00 y.b.
Anne Hughes 07742 576031 for details.
Light hearted singing for everyone! £4/session taster free!
Thursdays 4.00 to 5.30 pm.
March 13: Nature poems. Please bring 4-5 favourites to read.
May 20: Lady Windermere's Fan at Mwldan.
May 15: Famous speeches. Please bring a favourite to the March meeting, so that we can decide how to organize the session.
June 12: We'll discuss "Le grand Meaulnes" by Alan Fournier, also translated as "The Lost Estate."