July Meeting Report

July Meeting Report President Madeleine welcomed everyone to the meeting, especially Shirley, who has been unable to join us for some time due to ill health. We were delighted to see her again and spend time with her. Our speaker Viv Truran, has been a visiting speaker at Wenvoe WI for many years and it was good to have her […]

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National Meadows Day

National Meadows Day National Meadows Day is an annual celebration of wildflower meadows across the UK. The event takes place on or around the first Saturday of July every year. National Meadows Day events are helping to raise awareness of the importance of meadow conservation of a fast disappearing habitat. The Living with Cancer July Stroll coincided with this special […]

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Carers Walk

THURSDAY CARERS WALK As a summer heatwave descended over Europe, the carers walkers met at Barry Island in similarly scorching heat. Hats, suntan lotion and bottles of water at the ready, the group set off. Jackson’s Bay was the first stop and an almost empty beach looked as beautiful as any beach on any Mediterranean coastline. We are lucky to […]

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Castell Carreg Cennin

Castell Carreg Cennin Our destination was near Llandeilo so after a long drive we arrived at Castell Carreg Cennin and were soon booted up and on our way. We set off uphill, as usual, noting that a large barn had been converted into a tearoom and shop where we could get a drink later.   Then we caught sight of […]

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The Cuckoo’s Calling

The Cuckoo’s Calling This month’s book was Robert Galbraith’s ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’. This is the first of the Strike detective series written under a pseudonym by J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series. Rowling’s identity was leaked before the televised series of her third book was launched. Cormoran Strike is a war veteran whose injuries resulted in the […]

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