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Yr Hen Ysgol Trewyddel
Moylegrove Old School Hall

What's On in Moylegrove's village hall

December

Tue 19 Dec 6:30 PM

Carol Service (Bethel Chapel)

Carols in Bethel Chapel. Then refreshments at the Old School Hall - and a visit from Santa Claus!

September

Wed 11 Sep 7:30 PM

£3, kids free xxx

Local history

Robert Anthony

Please join us to discuss what we might do in a local history club. One suggestion is to find out about our houses - when they were built, what the original occupiers did, and improvements over the years.,

Wed 18 Sep 7:30 PM

FULLY BOOKED

Prof. Mike Parker Pearson

Craig Rhosyfelin & the Stonehenge Bluestones

FULLY BOOKED. We're sorry that we've no more seats in the Hall. If you'd like to email us just in case there are cancellations, please do: villagehall@moylegrovehall.org

Thu 19 Sep 1:50 PM

Local garden visits (meet at village car park)

Vanessa

Meet at the village car park at 1.50pm. Visit Roger's garden at Ceibwr, then Chris & Terry's, then up to Eira's.

October

Sat 5 Oct 7:30 PM

£4

Breton dance & music workshop (at Nevern Village Hall)

The visiting choir and musicians from Brittany will lead this enjoyable evening at Nevern Village Hall.

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Sun 6 Oct 11:00 AM

all welcome

Breton visitors - welcome and exhibition

Photos, film, and other artefacts celebrating the 20th anniversary of the twinning agreement between Nevern, Newport and Moylegrove and the villages of Plouguin and Treouergat in Finistère, Brittany.

The visitors from Brittany will be welcomed by the Mayor of Newport.

More info

Sun 6 Oct 7:15 PM

£8

Three choirs concert (at Ebeneser Chapel, Newport)

Three choirs (Côr Abergwaun, Gwalarn Uhel from Brittany, and Scaramella from Newport), with talented harpist Molly Sharples.

Sat 12 Oct 2:00 PM

£3 - kids free

Prepare your car for winter

Kevin Copeland

Kevin helps us change a tyre, and gives tips on keeping your car in good shape through the winter.

Tue 15 Oct 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£5, kids free

400 years of guitar

Richard Ellis & friends

An evening of classical guitar music from the last four centuries. Solos and duets written by John Dowland, Fernando Sor, Ferdinando Carulli, Enrique Granados, Francisco Tárrega, Miguel Llobet and Bert Jansch.

Programme

Tue 22 Oct 7:30 PM

£2 - kids free

Gardening Club launch

John and Peter Fletcher

John and Pete Fletcher of Penrallt Garden Centre will present an interesting talk.

Tue 29 Oct 7:30 PM

£3 - kids free

Improve your photos

Colin Osborne

No matter what your camera, you can improve the impact of your images. Colin is chair of Cardigan Photo Club, and a very experienced photographer and interesting presenter. He'll show us some photos and discuss with us what makes them work.

November

Mon 4 Nov 6:30 PM

£3.50, kids £1 +BBQ

Fireworks party (postponed to Monday!)

The return of the hugely popular Moylgrove fireworks party!

with excellent BBQ

Sun 10 Nov 12:00 PM

Remembrance Service (Car park, Moylegrove)

Fri 15 Nov 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Who was King Arthur?

Prof Bernard Knight

The legend of King Arthur has been virtually an industry for 900 years. But all the books, plays, and films have been built on precious little hard fact. This talk concentrates on the few clues that remain. There is now little doubt that Arthur came from what is now Wales.

Bernard Knight was a prominent forensic pathologist, and is still a prolific novelist and writer.

Tue 19 Nov 7:30 PM

£2 - kids free

Gardening club: slide show - plants and gardens

Patrick Beaumont

Slide show set to music. Patrick is vice president of Cardigan Photo Club.

Thu 21 Nov 2:00 PM

Literary group

Inaugural meeting - we will be discussing ideas for the group’s programme.

Bring a favourite poem to read, if you'd like.

Contact Kath Whitehead for more info - 881752

December

Tue 3 Dec 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Extreme Archaeology

Phil Bennett, Heritage officer, Pembs Coastal Park

A dig on a cliff face. A 1200 year old burial site was exposed by a cliff fall. With the help of Channel 4's Extreme Archaeology programme, archaeologists were able to investigate the site part way down the cliff.

(Brian John has unfortunately had to postpone his talk due to illness.)

Sat 7 Dec 8:00 PM

£8, kids £4 under-fives free

Christmas Do

Buffet dinner. Bring your own drinks.

Tue 10 Dec 7:30 PM

£3 - kids free

Woodland management - illustrated

Bruce Slark

Coppicing has a long history as a sustainable and productive method of woodland management and protection against disease. Bruce, who is chair of Coppicewood College and tree warden for the Moylegrove area, will talk about these methods and about the work of the College. Slides, film, and refreshments.

Fri 20 Dec 6:30 PM

Carol service (Bethel Chapel)

Carols in Bethel Chapel. Then refreshments at the Old School Hall - and a visit from Santa Claus!

January

Tue 28 Jan 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Ian Fleming in Jamaica

Anne Garside

Ian Fleming wrote his James Bond books in Jamaica, where some of the movies were filmed.

Anne, who lived in Jamaica for six years as Caribbean representative for Oxford University Press, will recount some of the colourful stories that Fleming left behind him.

February

Fri 14 Feb 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£5, kids £2.50 Buffet supper £3

A Brief History of Music

Blast from the Past

600 years of musical history in 90 minutes! This fun and fast moving show combines the vigour of the medieval period, the musical intricacy of the Renaissance, the grandeur of the Baroque and the pomp and bombast of Victoriana. Plus the wit of Blackadder and 1066 And All That!

Tunes, songs and humour and a bewildering array of instruments.

March

Tue 4 Mar 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Moths and bats

Peter Byles and Anna Sutcliffe

Peter is a local enthusiast who finds some wonderful moths. Anna leads the ecological consultants Biodiversity Solutions, and has sat watching bats for many long nights.

Sat 8 Mar 10:00 AM

Reserve seats

£50 two day workshop

Singing workshop - Balkan Harmonies (2 days)

Abbie Lathe

Abbie is a fabulous teacher with over 20 years experience in teaching and performance. Her workshops are always great fun.

This two-day workshop in Bulgarian and Balkan harmonies is aimed at people who have done some singing.

Sun 9 Mar 10:00 AM

10am - 4pm

Singing workshop second day

Sat 15 Mar 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10 Doors & bar 7:30pm

Duende - classical guitar and song

Keith James

A unique and breath-taking concert by Keith James.

The surreal, haunting and exotic poetry of Pablo Neruda, Isabel Allende, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Frederico Garcia Lorca. Performed as songs and set to a collection of rich, daring and fiery classical guitar arrangements.

“Sublimely intimate & engaging” – Sunday Times

Tue 25 Mar 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Stonehenge, Pembrokeshire, and the Ice Ages

Dr Brian John

Did people move the bluestones from Pembrokeshire to Stonehenge?

Brian John has another theory.

Sat 29 Mar 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£8, kids £4

Ceilidh

Come and dance to the fizzing folk style of highly acclaimed musicians Henry Sears and George Whitfield.

Includes buffet supper.

April

Sat 5 Apr 1:30 PM

£12 FULLY BOOKED

Willow weaving workshop

Cassandra Lishman

The workshop is suitable for beginners. You'll be weaving a willow pea climber or a flower sculpture to take home.

Bring a pair of secateurs if you have them.

The workshop will run from 1:30 to 4:30pm.

Places are limited to 10.

Wed 9 Apr 3:30 PM

Gardening Club

Vanessa

Meeting to discuss our plans for the coming seasons.

Everyone is welcome. There's no obligation to have people visit your garden - just join us when you're able to.

Tue 29 Apr 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Geology and scenery of north-east Pembrokeshire

Sid Howells

A Pembrokeshire-based geologist will cover a wide range of topics including the age and origin of the rocks, our fabulous coastal and inland scenery, effects of the Ice Age, geological resources (aggregates and building stone - not forgetting the 'bluestones' of Stonehenge!) and climate change (causes and effects).

Sid Howells is regional earth scientist for Natural Resources Wales.

May

Sat 3 May 8:00 PM

£3

Quiz Night

Warm up your brain cells at John and Rob's fun quiz night.

Bring your own drinks and we'll provide nibbles.

Fri 16 May 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Bees and beekeepers

Tom Pegg

See live bees - safely enclosed in a glass-sided hive! Tom will tell us about how bees live and how beekeepers work.

Tom Pegg is chair of Pembrokeshire Beekeepers Association.

Wed 28 May 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£3, kids free Yn y Gymraeg

Sir Benfro’r Mabinogion

Yr Athro Sioned Davies

Ai tirlun Sir Benfro oedd yr ysbrydoliaeth ar gyfer hud a lledrith y Mabinogion?

Mae Sioned Davies yn Bennaeth ac Athro'r Gymraeg yn Adran y Gymraeg ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd. Mae ganddi ddiddordeb arbennig mewn llenyddiaeth Gymraeg ganoloesol. Yn 2007, cyhoeddodd gyfieithiad newydd sbon (i’r Saesneg) o holl chwedlau’r Mabinogion.

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June

Tue 3 Jun 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Seabirds to squirrels - the Wildlife Trust in West Wales

Dr Lizzie Wilberforce

A talk about some of the Wildlife Trust’s flagship nature reserves in west Wales, recent campaigns, and key projects such as the mid Wales red squirrel project.

Lizzie is Conservation Manager for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.

Tue 17 Jun 3:30 PM

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Meeting to discuss water mains renewal

Dwr Cymru

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water will shortly be starting work on an investment scheme to improve the water mains in Moylegrove.

Drop in any time from 3:30pm to 6:30pm to find out more from their team.

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Tue 17 Jun 7:30 PM

Cymdeithas Trewyddel - AGM + Social Evening

Come along to the Annual General Meeting and then join us for refreshments and complimentary nibbles.

We'd be very pleased to see some new members to help make things happen in and around Moylegrove. We meet once a month. Ask any current member for more details, or call Pete at 881295.

August

Sat 9 Aug 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10 doors & bar 7:30

Dylan Thomas - a guitar concert by Keith James

Time let me play...

A brave and haunting collection of Dylan's most cherished and triumphant poems, sensitively set into songs. Where the very core of the human spirit lives, with its beauty, fragility, anger, shame and humour - Do Not Go Gentle, Clown in the Moon, Fern Hill, Being But Men, and many more.

Supported by the Arts Council of Wales.

Sat 23 Aug 10:30 AM

£1

Moylegrove's Big Scarecrow Weekend - Sat, Sun, Mon

Follow the scarecrow trail! Fun for the family all the way round! Find the hidden clues - lots can happen along the way, and there are prizes to be won! Get the map (and crafts, tea and cakes!) from the Old School Hall from 10:30 to 4pm.

Many interesting stalls selling local crafts and produce.

And come to the barbecue party on Saturday evening!

Sat 23 Aug 7:00 PM

£3, kids free

Barbecue Party - Country & Western

Memphis Belle

Come and eat, drink and dance!

Memphis Belle - Michelle and Mike - play an exciting mixture of modern and good old time country music.

September

Sat 20 Sep 1:30 PM

Reserve seats

£18

Felting workshop

Cassandra Lishman

We'll be making a small bag and matching brooch to take home, after forming our own felt.

All materials provided, but please bring an old towel.

You're welcome to bring some of your own fleece or yarn to incorporate.

There's a maximum of 8 people, so please reserve your place.

Tue 23 Sep 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Focus on nature: how to photograph wildlife

Melvin Grey

Melvin has taken photos of birds and other wildlife for many years, as well as his work as a commercial photographer.

October

Fri 10 Oct 10:00 AM

Paul Davies AM

Advice surgery

Paul Davies, National Assembly member for Preseli Pembrokeshire, will be available from 10am-12noon.

You can book a fifteen minute private appointment with Paul, in which you can raise concerns or lobby him to support a specific cause.

Please make an appointment on his website or by phone: 01437 766425.

Fri 10 Oct 7:30 PM

£4

Three Brothers of Moylgrove

Phil Okwedy & Mikey Price

A collection of drover-themed folk tales told by Phil Okwedy.

And Ten Songs You've Never Heard Before sung by Mikey Price.

Licenced bar, tea, and nibbles in the interval.

Tue 21 Oct 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Agatha Christie in Wales

Anne Garside

Agatha Christie was very prolific during the war, living and working in London. But she also came frequently to Wales to visit her daughter and grandson.

Anne Garside returns to Moylegrove with another of her intriguing talks.

November

Sat 1 Nov 7:00 PM

£3.50, kids £1

Bonfire, fireworks and dance (still on!)

The ever-popular fireworks display, bonfire and barbecue. And a guy competition! Bring along your guy.

Once again with fabulous Country and Western singers Memphis Belle.

Licensed bar.

Fri 7 Nov 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

iPhone Art and Anthotypes

Nettie Edwards

Nettie is an artist with an international reputation for her mobile phone art. In her past year's residency at Painswick Rococo Gardens, she has worked with anthotypes: photos printed using dyes from garden plants.

She'll talk about her work and show us how to make photo prints using the juices from our gardens.

Sun 9 Nov 12:00 PM

midday

Remembrance Service (Car park, Moylegrove)

Tue 18 Nov 7:30 PM

£3, kids free + tapas

Winter Rambles in Spain

Patrick Beaumont

A photographic tour of Spain set to music.

And have some delicious tapas!

December

Tue 2 Dec 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Foreign Service - travels with the Foreign Office

Alan Thomas

Alan Thomas joined the Foreign Office in 1951, did tours of duty in eight different countries, and visited many more.

This is an evening of his reminiscences and photos.

Sat 6 Dec 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10, kids £5

Christmas Do

Buffet dinner. Licensed bar. Pleasant company.

Booking essential! -The Hall will be packed. Please reserve your seats now.

Sat 13 Dec 1:30 PM

Reserve seats

£12

Willow Weaving Workshop

Cassandra Lishman

Cassie returns to Moylegrove to help us weave festive Christmas decorations. We will each aim to make 3 or 4 decorations to take home.

Materials provided, but please bring your own secateurs if you have them.

Now full - but if you'd like us to let you know if there are any dropouts, please click the Reserve link above.

Tue 16 Dec 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

1188: Gerald's Journey through Wales

Bernard Knight

Gerald of Wales was a remarkable Pembrokeshire nobleman and priest. His books are almost our only description of commonplace life in medieval Wales.

In 1188, he travelled with Archbishop Baldwin to preach the Crusade, and his account describes places like St Dogmaels, Nevern, Cardigan - and even the strange affair of the young man in what was to become Moylgrove, who was eaten by toads!

Fri 19 Dec 6:30 PM

Carol Service (Bethel Chapel)

Carols in the Chapel, followed by Santa and mince pies in the Old School Hall.

January

Tue 20 Jan 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Myfanwy: Moylgrove to Pennsylvania

Clive Thomas

Joseph Parry's father, a miner born in Moylgrove, took his family to the USA in 1854 in search of a better life. Joseph became an ironworker, but returned to Great Britain and to Wales as a composer. His stage, concert and church music are still well-known favourites.

Sat 24 Jan 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£8 incl. supper

Burns Supper + Tour of Scotland

Traditional Burns Supper. Wi' haggis (veggie & trad), neeps, tatties, clootie dumpling - and live music!

Patrick Beaumont will set the mood with an enchanting visual tour of Scotland, set to music.

February

Fri 6 Feb 8:05 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

Come and join us to watch the rugby on the big screen.

Bar's open!

Sat 7 Feb 8:00 PM

£5, kids £2

Jazz night

The Freewheelers

The Freewheelers have played in virtually every jazz club in South Wales and Bristol, as well as the Brecon and AberJazz festivals. They play the foot tapping music of the Great American Song Book plus everything from Charleston to Rock.

This is going to be a real gas - come and let your hair down!

Tue 10 Feb 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Pearls in Peril

Anne Lewis, Environment Agency

The freshwater pearl mussel once lived in millions in the rivers of N & W Britain. Now, due to many human-related factors, it is close to extinction. A few thousand mussels still hang on in Wales, including a tiny handful in the River Nevern.

We'll talk about its extraordinary life-cycle and what is being done to stave off extinction.

Sat 14 Feb 2:30 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

Sun 15 Feb 3:00 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

Sat 21 Feb 10:00 AM

Reserve seats

£50 for two days

Simon and Garfunkel - two day singing workshop

Abbie Lathe

A weekend workshop from a really absolutely great singing teacher. Lots of fun! Can't wait!

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Sat 28 Feb 5:00 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

March

Sun 1 Mar 3:00 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

Fri 6 Mar 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£5

Wine tasting, with guided photo tour

Kingsley Chesworth

A visual, olfactory and gustatory tour of France and its wine-producing regions. Sample the sights and learn a little of each locality. And try the tastes too!

There'll be bread and cheese to go with your wine samplings.

Please book so that we've some idea of numbers.

Sat 14 Mar 2:00 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

Sat 14 Mar 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£10

The Songs of Leonard Cohen

Keith James

Enigmatic and mysterious, Cohen is an unflinching character with an exact sense of prose, a wry humour and courage to wrestle with the unspoken.

Songs such as Famous Blue Raincoat, Sisters of Mercy, Suzanne.

Poster

Tue 17 Mar 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Gardens of Wales

Bob Lees

A stunning show of photographs by Bob Lees.

Picton Castle, Singleton Botanical, Clyne Municipal, Cilgwyn and more.

Sat 21 Mar 12:30 PM

Rugby: Six Nations

Sat 28 Mar 7:30 PM

£3.50, kids free

Cardigan Rugby Club Male Voice Choir

The programme will include traditional tunes, hymns and arias, folk songs, and popular songs. And there will be some to join in with!

Tea, cakes and bar in the interval.

April

Sat 4 Apr 7:30 PM

£5, kids £2.50

Barbeque and Dance with Memphis Belle - Country Duo

Michelle and Mike return once again for the Easter weekend, with their exciting blend of modern and good old time country music.

And there'll be delicious barbeque food - with veggie options. And of course the bar will be open!

Sat 18 Apr 10:00 AM

£20

Foraging in Moylgrove

Jade Mellor

Join forager Jade Mellor of Wild Pickings for a Spring foray around Moylgrove. We'll gather a selection of tasty seasonal plants as we go, focusing on wild greens, and take them back to the Old School Hall to make a delicious lunch to share.

Meet at the Hall. Please bring sensible footwear + waterproofs!

Wed 29 Apr 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£3, kids free

“Pob un a’i lais, pob un â’i le,” - yn y dosbarth gyda Waldo

Dr Mererid Hopwood

I lawer Waldo Williams (1904-1971) yw bardd Cymraeg mwyaf yr ugeinfed ganrif. Ond tybed beth allwn ni ei ddysgu drwy edrych ar ei gyfrol i blant? Ar y cyd gydag E Llwyd Williams, cyhoeddodd Waldo ym 1936 Cerddi’r Plant; yn ystod y sgwrs hon bydd Mererid yn rhoi rhai o’r penillion hyfryd hyn dan y chwyddwydr. Pa mor bell mewn gwirionedd yw hanes syml ‘Y Morgrugyn’ o weledigaeth fawr ‘Mewn Dau Gae’?

May

Tue 19 May 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Wallis: a Baltimore Girl

Anne Garside

The woman for whom Edward VIII abdicated could trace her family back to 1066. She left her family memorabilia to the Maryland Historical Society, of which Anne Garside was Director of Communications for three years. In that capacity, Anne met many who knew (and some who had danced with) Wallis Simpson.

June

Tue 2 Jun 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Scam!

PCSO Gethin Lewis, Crymych Neighbourhood Policing Team

Funny phone calls, odd emails, and offers too good to be true! Street crime has been dropping for years - the bad guys have found more profitable games.

What to look out for, and what to do when you suspect a scam.

Gethin is the Community Support Officer based at Crymych who is often seen at our coffee mornings.

This talk is a free service, and proceeds will go to the upkeep of the Hall.

Sat 6 Jun 1:30 PM

Reserve seats

£12 1:30 - 4:30pm

Candle Making Workshop

Angharad

We'll aim to make and take at least four candles each.

Price includes all materials and tuition, plus tea and biscuits.

Now fully booked - but make a reservation and we'll contact you in case of cancellations.

Find out more.

Sun 7 Jun 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£8

Jazz in the Village

Millar and Spencer

Edinburgh duo Ian Millar(sax) + Dominic Spencer (keyboards)

"Beautiful soaring magic! I was blown away by your show, just breathtaking!"

"What a good duo this is! Ian Millar's soft lyrical tenor sax is supported by Dominic Spencer's intricate piano runs, each giving one another the space to play beautifully crafted solos."

Tue 16 Jun 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

The Cardi Bach line, a Transport of Delight.

Emyr Phillips

The train line known as the Cardi Bach ran between Whitland, Carmarthenshire and Cardigan for 80 years opening in 1882 and closing for passengers in 1962. Originally built mainly for moving goods it grew as a much loved passenger link. Emyr, an expert on this line, is giving his fascinating talk on this transport of delight accompanied by video footage of the old track and its rolling stock.

July

Tue 7 Jul 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Wildflowers of the Pembrokeshire Coast

Annie Haycock

Annie is a well respected naturalist tutor and speaker. We are very pleased to welcome her for a talk on the wildflowers that can be found on the Pembrokeshire Coast.

Tue 28 Jul 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Cardigan Castle - a history.

Glen Johnson

Glen Johnson. Local historian and author on Cardigan Castle.

August

Sat 1 Aug 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£5, kids free

Welsh Harp concert

Sarah-Jane Absalom

Sarah-Jane is a professional Welsh harpist and pianist. She returns to Moylegrove with a Welsh harp programme that will feature an eclectic mix of classical and traditional folk music with some jazz, blues and her own compositions.

Tue 11 Aug 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£3, kids free

How Welsh is England? – the melting-pot of embryonic England

Boyd Williams

Lloegr Cymraeg – syniad disynnwyr…ai beidio?

Araith dwyieithog

The Welsh existed before Wales did – how is this even possible? Come and find out why it’s not only possible, but an historical reality.

Boyd has worked in architectural design and consultancy abroad but now teaches Welsh, French, English and Italian in the Further Education sector

Sat 29 Aug 7:00 PM

ENTRY FREE

Village BBQ

See old friends - meet new ones. Bank Holiday Village Party to kick off the Open Gardens Weekend. Dai Disco will be on hand to provide the music and a licenced bar to slake the thirst. Local real ale will be on tap.

Sun 30 Aug 10:00 AM

£4 10am-4pm each day

Moylegrove Open Gardens - Sunday-Monday

Visit over ten gardens in this beautiful village.

Start at the Hall, where home-made refreshments are on sale. A licenced bar will be open from midday each day with local real ale available.

Entry ticket also provides discounts on plants at Penrallt Garden Centre.

September

Tue 8 Sep 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Birds, Bugs and the Bizarre of Ecuador

Melvin Grey

Melvin returns to Moylegrove after a fascinating trip to Ecuador. He will show stunning pictures of the flora and fauna of Ecuador coupled with his inimitable style of commentary.

Sun 20 Sep 2:30 PM

Rugby: Wales vs Uruguay

Fri 25 Sep 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£10

Keith James - ALWAYS

Keith James returns to Moylgrove to give a concert of songs set to guitar, from his new album ALWAYS.

‘Some of the most atmospheric and emotive music you will ever hear’ - The Independent

‘Keith James has become a pillar of trust. A sublimely intimate and engaging voice’ - Sunday Times

Sat 26 Sep 8:00 PM

Rugby: England vs Wales

Watch it with us on the big screen! And the bar's open....

October

Thu 1 Oct 4:45 PM

Rugby: Wales vs Fiji

Sat 3 Oct 8:00 PM

Rugby: England vs Australia

Tue 6 Oct 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

"Just a few lines from Newport" - Memories in Postcards

Martin Lewis

Views and stories about Newport based on an extensive collection of postcards and old photographs.

Martin is the author of two books that use old photographs to illustrate the history of Newport and Fishguard through their streets, shops, pubs and people.

Fri 9 Oct 7:00 PM

£4

Bar, Chili & Bop

The Gardener's Rest is open once again! There's delicious hot food (with veggie option) - and music to dance to!

Tue 20 Oct 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Lime, the stonemason's friend - made and used in Moylgrove and Newport

Chris Wright

Chris, from The Lime Company of West Wales Ltd,

will talk on the historical and modern usage of this traditional building material as made in the Lime Kilns at Moylgrove and Newport.

Sat 31 Oct 4:00 PM

Rugby final

November

Tue 3 Nov 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Moylgrove Open Gardens remembered

Bob Lees

Be reminded of the lovely Gardens of Moylgrove that were open to view in August. Bob Lees is showing his photographs of the successful Open Garden Event.

Tue 24 Nov 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Climate change

John Rhys

John is a Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. The talk will give an understanding of the issues relating to climate change induced by human activity. A subject that affects us all and I'm sure this talk will provoke much debate!

Sat 28 Nov 1:30 PM

1:30 - 4:30pm

Christmas Candle Making Workshop

Angharad

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED FOR THIS SESSION.

We'll aim to make and take at least four candles each.

Price includes all materials and tuition, plus tea and biscuits.

Find out more.

December

Tue 8 Dec 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

HM Coastguard and the Moylegrove Team

Tim Adams

Tim, a former Station Officer of the H.M. Coastguard Moylegrove team, will talk on why the local Moylegrove Team were established, who they are and how they run and operate within the wider structure of H.M. Coastguard service.

On call 24/7/365 providing an all round hands on service backing up H.M. Coastguard; the principle coordinators of maritime rescue for the UK coastline.

Sat 12 Dec 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10, kids £5

Christmas do

Buffet dinner. Licensed bar open at 7. Pleasant company.

Booking essential! -The Hall will be packed. Please reserve your seats now by using the link here or you can email us at villagehall@moylegrovehall.org!!

Thu 31 Dec 7:00 PM

Free entry!

New Year's Eve Party!

Come and see in the New Year with friends and family at Moylgrove Old School Hall!

There'll be fun and games, popular music and a fantastic firework display at midnight!!

Please bring food - savoury or sweet - to share. Licenced bar will be open with real ale.

For more information please contact Pete Fletcher on 01239 881295 or pete@penralltnursery.co.uk

January

Tue 26 Jan 7:30 PM

£3, kids free (also no charge for foals).

Gentle Giants - the Shire Horses of Moylgrove

John Fletcher's passion is shire horses. Do come along and hear John's fascinating talk about his hobby and business!

Please click here to see John's website.

February

Sat 13 Feb 1:30 PM

£20

Chocolate making workshop

An introduction to chocolate making with Mandy Wilcox of Cardigan's 'Deli Delights'.

With Mandy's expert guidance from 1.30 'til 4 we will each make and take a selection of delicious chocolates and truffles.

NOW CHOC-A-BLOCK, NO MORE BOOKINGS, SORRY!

Tue 23 Feb 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Cardigan Port

Glen Johnson

Glen is a prominent local historian and author. He spoke last year on Cardigan Castle and returns to give another interesting and in depth talk on another aspect of Cardigan’s varied history ~ the Port.

March

Tue 8 Mar 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Understanding Social Media and Information Technology.

Dave Lamb

Dave is the tourist IT officer of 'Refreshing North Pembrokeshire'.

Learn about Social Media and I.T. Understand how businesses can profit from the technology to increase commercial activity and how individuals can benefit too.

See their website here!

Sat 19 Mar 7:30 PM

£5, kids free £3.00 of which will go to charity.

Fishguard Folk Singers

These fundraisers bring you songs of the sea, folk songs, tunes and seasonal songs. £3.00 of each admission charge will go to the Wales Air Ambulance charity.

A Fish 'n Chip supper will be available to buy. Bar open as usual including 2 real ales from the local Mantle brewery!

Click here for Pembrokeshire Folk Music website!

April

Sat 30 Apr 10:00 AM

£45

Drawing and Painting Portraits

Rebecca de Winter (rebeccadewinter.co.uk)

Rebecca is a successful illustrator, painter and experienced teacher.

We start with a drawing session in the morning then on to understanding the application of colour in the afternoon. Drawing boards, paper and pencils will be provided but participants are to bring their own paints and brushes. Light refreshments will be provided but please bring your own packed lunch.

NOW FULLY BOOKED.

May

Thu 12 May 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£3, kids free

Mynd a dod mewn dwy iaith

Ceri Wyn

Sgwrs hamddenol am berthynas y Gymraeg a'r Saesneg, yng nghwmni'r Prifardd Ceri Wyn. Mae Ceri yn un o blant Aberteifi, ennillydd y Gadair a'r Goron yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol, a meuryn cyfres Y Talwrn ar Radio Cymru.

Te, coffi a bar ar gael.

Sat 14 May 7:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10 - includes pleasant food.

Escape from Russia - dinner and talk

Patrick Beaumont

Patrick's family descends from Armenian aristocracy. In 1917, they faced a Turkish onslaught from the south and the Bolshevik revolutionaries from the north. After a Russian dinner, he'll tell the dramatic story of their narrow escape.

IF VEGGIE MEAL REQUIRED, PLEASE INDICATE IN 'NAME' LINE WHEN BOOKING.

Sat 28 May 7:00 PM

FREE ENTRY!

Village Barbecue and 70's disco!

See old friends - meet new ones. The Bank Holiday Village Party kicks off the Open Gardens Weekend. Dai Disco will be on hand to provide music from the 70s and a barbecue serving tasty food will be available for just £5.00. The usual licensed bar will be open with real ale on tap from the Mantle Brewery.

Sun 29 May 10:00 AM

£4, kids free

Moylgrove Open Gardens Event celebrating Alice in Wonderland!

10am to 4pm Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday.

A two day extravaganza starting on Sunday. The Village theme this year is Alice in Wonderland. Visitors are encouraged to arrive in costume, but it's not a prerequisite to enjoying yourselves! There'll be a Mad Hatter's tea party in the Old School Hall, croquet at The Vicarage and plenty of Open Gardens to visit in the Village. A map costs £1, so you won't get lost down the wrong rabbit hole!

June

Tue 7 Jun 7:30 PM

Reserve seats

£3, kids free

Emergency Life Support

Bryn Hazelden

A hands on session hosted by Bryn Hazelden of Moylgrove. Ex RAMC, Bryn has spent the last 25 years as an Operational Paramedic in Pembroke Dock and Cardigan. He will teach us, by practical demonstration, how to perform emergency resuscitation. Places are limited to 12 per session. THIS SESSION NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED - But please book now if you want to apply for the next TBA session.

July

Tue 12 Jul 7:30 PM

£1

Play reading - Midsummer Night's Dream

Literary group

Come and join us in a reading of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. This will be a scratch reading in which you are allocated a part on the evening and there is no rehearsal beforehand. Parts are also likely to be split or rotated as we go along, as some are very large and some very small. Bring your copy of the text, or print one.

August

Thu 25 Aug 7:00 PM

Free entry!

Village Barbecue

All are welcome to a Moylgrove Village barbecue! There'll be tasty food with, of course, veggie options and the usual licensed bar. Music will play and beer from the local Mantle Brewery will be on tap!

September

Tue 6 Sep 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

From a Pathologist's Case-book.

Professor Bernard Knight CBE

As well as writing more than 30 novels and television series, Professor Knight served 43 years as the Home Office's chief pathologist, helping to convict some of Britain's most notorious murderers. This fascinating talk will uncover some of the mysteries and excitement of forensic work!

Tue 27 Sep 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

“Just a few more lines from Newport” – Memories in Postcards

Martin Lewis

More views and stories about Newport based on an extensive collection of postcards and old photographs.

We are pleased to welcome Martin back to give further insight into the history of Newport and Fishguard through their streets, shops, pubs and people. He is the author of two books that use old photographs to illustrate the fascinating past of our local towns and villages.

October

Tue 11 Oct 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Alice in Moylegrove slide show

Bob Lees

A sunny spring bank holiday weekend at the end of May saw Open Gardens in Moylegrove on view with an Alice in Wonderland theme. Bob Lees shows his photographs of this colourful event.

Tue 25 Oct 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

The Patrick Beaumont Slide Show!

Patrick Beaumont

This show has 3 subjects, Flowers of Iberia, Kenya and Diving with Seals.

Spring in Spain and Portugal is a riot of colourful flowers. From the tiny to the flamboyant, they are all represented here!

See Kenya's majestic scenery, people and wildlife in the next part of this stunning show.

Dive into the sea off the Isle of Man and get close up with the seals who love having their tummies rubbed!

December

Sat 3 Dec 8:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10, kids £5

Christmas do

Buffet dinner. Licensed bar open at 7. Please book in advance as numbers are limited.

Tue 20 Dec 6:00 PM

Carol Service

Carol service in Bethel Chapel Moylgrove at 6 o'clock. This will be followed by mulled wine and mince pies in The Old School Hall from 7 o'clock.

Sat 31 Dec 7:00 PM

Free entry!

New Year's Eve Party!

Bring food to the table!

Come and see in the New Year with friends and family at Moylgrove Old School Hall!

There'll be fun and games, popular music and a midnight firework display.

Please bring food - savoury or sweet- to share. Licensed bar will be open with real ale.

January

Tue 17 Jan 7:00 PM

Free entry

Y Talwrn

Y Fforddolion v Tanygroes

Beca v Glannau Teifi

Nos Fawrth, 17eg Ionawr 7 yh yn brydlon

Rhad ac am ddim - croeso i bawb

Welsh Poetry Competition recorded by BBC Radio Cymru

Proceedings will be in Welsh

Thu 19 Jan 4:00 PM

£4 ...........Free taster!

Singing for Fun

Light hearted singing sessions for everyone. Whether you're a beginner or experienced singer - all are welcome! Today will be a free taster, if you enjoy the experience (we're sure you will!) then weekly events will be held for you to learn a range of musical styles including gospel, classical, jazz and folk. To find out more see the Singing for Fun website.

Sat 28 Jan 7:00 PM

Reserve seats

£12

Burns night supper!

Back by popular demand, a Burns Night Treat. Piper, musicians and folk singers. Dine on haggis, tatties and neeps followed by clootie dumpling. Real Scottish oat cuisine! Enjoy a slide show of north-west Scotland to set the scene and a quick quiz to win a bottle of whisky!

An evening not to be missed, so please book now!

February

Tue 21 Feb 7:30 PM

£3.50, kids free

St. Dogmaels Abbey

A talk by Glen Johnson

Glen is an eminent local historian and author. He has spoken to us on Cardigan's Castle and Port and now returns to give an interesting and in-depth talk about the Abbey at St. Dogmaels.

March

Fri 10 Mar 7:30 PM

£3, kids free

Artificial Intelligence

Alan Cameron Wills

Driverless cars, robots, computers that can beat the experts at chess and Go.... We hear a lot about artificial intelligence these days. What is it, how does it work, and what could it do for us? Or what might it do to us?

Tue 28 Mar 7:30 PM

£3.50, kids free

Teifi wildlife - an illustrated talk.

Melvin Grey

We welcome back Melvin who is showing us his stunning photos of flora and fauna that can be found close to us in the Teifi Valley.

April

Fri 7 Apr 7:30 PM

£4, kids free

The Fishguard Folk Singers!

These fundraisers are making a welcome return to bring us songs of the sea, folk melodies and seasonal ditties.

Their last visit was 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!

Sat 8 Apr 10:00 AM

Life drawing - for beginners and experienced alike

Rebecca de Winter

10.00am – 4.30pm

Basic drawing materials provided.

Tea and coffee provided. Please bring packed lunch.

For all enquiries and bookings please email

b.dewinter@btinternet.com or telephone 01239 654683

May

Fri 19 May 7:30 PM

£4, kids free

Cardigan Rugby Club Male Voice Choir

The programme will include traditional tunes, hymns and arias, folk songs, and popular songs. And there will be some to join in with!

The bar will be open from 7 with Mantle ale on tap!

July

Fri 7 Jul 7:30 PM

Planning and housing in Moylgrove

Katharine Whitehead

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has drafted a http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/default.asp?pid=795, which will control planning until 2031.

Comments on the draft are due by July 21st.

Come and discuss the plan and what it could mean for Moylegrove.

Thu 20 Jul 4:30 PM

FREE ENTRY!

Singing for Fun!

Anne Hughes

Cuppa, Cake ... and a Sing!!

FREE entry with a collection for the Moylgrove Village defibrillator fund.

Everyone welcome!

Singingforfun.co.uk wolhughes@gmail.com

August

Fri 18 Aug 6:30 PM

Free entry!

Moylgrove Village BBQ

Enjoy tasty food with a licensed bar. Mantle real ale will be served from the barrel. Music is being provided by the 'Freewheelers' to get the toes tapping!

September

Sat 9 Sep 10:00 AM

Please contact Rebecca for price.

Life Drawing Class

Rebecca deWinter

Basic drawing materials provided as well as tea and coffee. Please bring your own packed lunch. For all enquiries and bookings please contact Rebecca at b.dewinter@btinternet.com or 01239 654683

October

Tue 17 Oct 7:30 PM

£3.50, kids free

Bee keeping

David Grace

An illustrated talk by David Grace a local apiarist, who has been keeping bees for 7 years. He will give us an insight of his experiences with these fascinating creatures!

Sat 28 Oct 7:00 PM

Reserve seats

£10 - Includes meal

Escape from Russia - dinner and talk

Patrick Beaumont

Patrick is repeating his talk from last year. His family descends from Armenian aristocracy, in 1917 they faced a Turkish onslaught from the south and the Bolshevik revolutionaries from the north. After a Russian dinner, he'll tell the dramatic story of their narrow escape.

IF VEGGIE MEAL REQUIRED, PLEASE INDICATE IN 'NAME' LINE WHEN BOOKING.

Regular Events

Coffee morning

Just come along!

First Wednesday of every month.

Home made cakes and good coffee.

Health and Fitness

Dorothy

Every Monday 2pm

Art and Craft group

Vanessa

Every Wednesday 2pm

Gardening club

Vanessa

The gardening club organizes visits to local gardens. In the colder and wetter months, we have talks to remind ourselves of the warmer times!

Table tennis

Rick

Every Thursday 7pm

Clwb Llyfrau

Eira

Cyfarfodau ar Sadwrn gynta'r mis am ddwy awr o 10:00 y.b.

Singing for Fun!

Anne Hughes 07742 576031 for details.

Light hearted singing for everyone! £4/session taster free!

Thursdays 4.00 to 5.30 pm. Restarting 14th September 2017.

Literary group - each month - date varies

Kath

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