Family Jubilee Treasure Hunt



FAMILY JUBILEE TREASURE HUNT

June – August


The Family Jubilee Community Treasure Hunt is based on items to be found and discovered within the Wenvoe community area. It consists of photographs and questions for your whole family to seek the answers as they wander around the community during the summer months.

The questions sheets will be available from the afternoon of Saturday 4th June at the Community Centre and additional sheets will be available from the library hub.

The closing date of the competition will be in August, so there is plenty of time during the up and coming wonderful sunny days to explore the local surroundings and complete your answers.

 



 

Jubilee Bake And Donate Competition



PLATINUM JUBILEE BAKE AND DONATE COMPETITION

Saturday 4th June


Why not get your apron out and your chef’s thinking cap on and enter the Bake and Donate competition?

Bake any cake and/or biscuits you like and bring them to the small room in the Community Centre between 10.00am and 11.00am on Saturday 4th June. Last entries must be in and registered by 11.00am so that judging can commence at 11.00am. There will be jubilee themed prizes for the winning adult and child in both cake and biscuit categories. Children’s age group is up to school year 6 and adult category is school year 7 and above.

We have two seasoned bakers as judges – Candice Shibani and Sandra Jones.

All entries will be kept for visitors to the 50’s themed afternoon to sample and marvel at (hence the Bake and Donate title). Come on, have a go! Show us what you can do!

 



 

Jubilee Family Picnic



PLATINUM JUBILEE FAMILY PICNIC IN ST MARY’S CHURCH

Friday 3rd June


On Friday 3rd June at 2.00pm St Mary’s Church will be holding a Jubilee Family Picnic.

A short informal open air service of thanksgiving in the churchyard around the preaching cross will be followed by a bring your own picnic. There will be games and activities for the children. A Treasure Hunt, HoopLa, Wellie Throwing and paper chain making will keep the youngsters busy.

This get together is open to all and St. John’s Church in Sully will be joining us. If wet we shall use the Church Hall, but we pray that the sun will shine and a good time is had by all. This is part of the events arranged in the village to commemorate this the longest reign in the history of the UK and the Commonwealth. There will be a celebratory cake to be cut with a taste for all. So do come along and join in the fun.

 



 

Dogs Trail Cardiff With Snoopy



DOGS TRAIL CARDIFF WITH SNOOPY


To celebrate Dog’s Trust’s new rehoming centre coming to Cardiff. A Dog’s Trail is a spectacular, free public art trail that runs from 8th April – 5th June. For 8 weeks the streets of Cardiff, Cardiff Bay, Caerphilly and Porthcawl are home to a series of intricately decorated Snoopy sculptures, each designed by local, regional and national artists , designers and illustrators – both well-known favourites and newly emerging talent .

Each sculpture is sponsored by a business or individual, celebrating the vibrancy, culture and creativity the region has to offer. The trail’s aim is to raise significant funding towards the work of the Dogs Trust so that they can continue to provide their services for those who need them the most.

A Dog’s Trail is a special event that promotes health and wellbeing, brings businesses and communities together and helps boost the regional economy across Cardiff, Caerphilly and Porthcawl.

If you haven’t already done so download the app for free and start ‘collecting’ all the Snoopy’s on the trail. There are 40 large Snoopy’s on display outside in the various locations and 75 miniature Snoopy’s created by local schools.

The Farewell weekend will be 17th-19th June where all the large sculptures are together on the City Hall Lawn – tickets are for sale for this event online.

The auction is the final event for the Dog’s Trail with Snoopy where the the sculptures will be auctioned off to raise funds for Dog’s Trust at the Coal Exchange, Cardiff 21st June.

We have our very own local artist who had her design commissioned for her Snoopy (entitled- ’Quit Dragon Your Heels’). Amy Bainbridge lives in Wenvoe and studies Illustration at the University of South Wales in Cardiff. Her design is on display opposite Caerphilly Castle and was sponsored by Caerphilly Council in a nationwide competition run by Wild in Art.

Well done from all your family we are very proud of your achievement!!

 



 

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