Mynydd Troed

. Mynydd Troed – Parking at the Dragon’s Back Inn, we were about to tackle the hill we had seen when circumnavigating Llangorse Lake. We headed north around the bottom of the mountain skirting Pengenffordd. Grassed paths all the way made the going easy and coming around to the western side of the hill we started to climb – fairly […]

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Llangorse Lake

   Llangorse Lake –   Parking at the lake, we set off to circumnavigate it. We headed across fields to a solid bridge allowing us to cross a feeder stream. We spotted well constructed bird hides at the edge of a group of trees; three of the oaks here were probably planted when Queen Elizabeth I was on the throne. […]

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Victim of Fraud?

  If you think you have been a victim of fraud you should report it to Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud and internet crime reporting centre, on 0300 123 2040. Opening hours are 8am-8pm Monday to Friday, closed Saturday and Sunday.    

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Meetings Schedule

  Our branch doesn’t meet in August but some members enjoyed a summer lunch at the Wenvoe Arms on the 7th of the month. They want to thank the staff for a their warm welcome and excellent service. A further lunch is planned for Monday September 10th and menus will be provided at our Sept. meeting at which members will […]

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The Annette Bracey School of Dancing

  The Annette Bracey School of Dancing has had a busy year, so we thought it would be nice for you all to know what's been going on. We are very proud to announce that you can now see our school professionally on Mr Tumble's DVD, from the TV Programme 'Something Special' on the episode 'Loud and Quiet'. It was […]

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Autumn/Winter programme

  After a sweltering summer, we are now about to start our Autumn/Winter programme. With Christmas plans on the agenda. ‘How time flies’. We have a full programme for the rest of the year, which commences on September 5th with, as always, a game of Bingo .This is followed on the 12th with the much awaited return of a very […]

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“Arcadia” by Iain Pears

  "Arcadia" by Iain Pears is a long, complex novel which defeated several members of our group. However, three valiant women succeeded in completing the saga. The prose is easy reading but the book contains several anachronisms which at times confused the story line. The novel is extremely convoluted with ten very clearly defined characters being followed through three separate […]

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September Walk

  Wellies or sandals? Sun hats or bobble hats? T shirts or woolly jumpers? These were some of the decisions the Living with Cancer Strollers had to wrestle with prior to August's monthly walk, since the weather had been unpredictable in the days before. Luckily, the sun shone, as it always seems to do on the first Thursday of the […]

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