The New School Year

    We start the new school year by reflecting on the achievements of pupils, their families and staff over the last year. School year 2016-17 was a busy year for Gwenfô! The Nursery, Reception indoor classroom and Year 1 classroom were completed and pupils have enjoyed using their bright new learning spaces. Two new Nursery classes now complement the […]

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Wenvoe Village Show

  THIS IS OUR OWN LOCAL SHOW. A chance for some friendly local competition. You don’t need to be an expert. This is the last time the show will be organised by the Scout Group, the newly formed Allotment Group will hopefully run it in future. Lets all make an effort to enter at least one item in this year’s […]

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Why I’ve Learned Welsh

  Up until this year, I primarily considered Welsh to be a nag from teachers, an unnecessary complaint to get me to listen. Of course, I always understood that there was an element of importance in my ability to speak Welsh. I’ve been learning Welsh words between English sentences from when I could first speak – but it wasn’t until […]

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Fair Trade In Wenvoe

  Regular stalls:  In St Mary’s Church hall following the All Age Service when coffee is served usually at 10 30am.  In the Chattery; every second Thursday of each month from 10 30 until midday.   Additional stalls  At the Scarecrow Festival on Saturday 23rd September from 2 till 5pm and Sunday from 10 30 – 11 […]

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1st Wenvoe Scout Group is growing

1st Wenvoe Scout Group is growing and active. We believe through adventure we challenge individuals so that they learn and experience new things that enrich their lives. Last year the Beavers visited Pets at Home and loved meeting and holding lots of different animals. They also explored lots of different countries by making a passport, trying different foods and playing […]

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Cod Loins with Fennel, Olives, Capers and Lemon Potatoes

  Cod Loins with Fennel, Olives, Capers and Lemon Potatoes 4 good sized cod loins, skinned and boned 2 medium sized fennel bulbs 3 medium shallots the juice and zest of one large lemon 2 tbsp capers, drained and chopped 2 tbsp black pitted olives, thinly sliced 1 large clove of garlic chopped 1 tbsp fennel seeds 12 cherry tomatoes, […]

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Coconut Tart

Coconut Tart 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 4 cardamon pods, shelled and seeds crushed 175g desiccated coconut 225g caster sugar 25g butter, melted 500g block all butter shortcrust pastry plain flour for dusting 1 large egg beaten Heat oven to 180c fan. Tip the spices, coconut and sugar into a pan with 150ml of water. Cook over a low heat for […]

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The Silk Merchant’s Daughter

  The Silk Merchant's Daughter by Dinah Jefferies. We met on 8th August to discuss it, and for once our stars aligned and all ten of us were present! We agreed that it was an amazing and captivating story, historical fiction maybe but we all learned a lot about French Indo-China in the early 1950s. Our average score for the […]

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August Walks

  Gower   As we drove from the main road to the car park ½ mile north of the Heritage Centre just past Parkmill, the heavens opened. Luckily it stopped as we parked and remained sunny for the rest of the day. We walked south down the road and across the main road to pick up a footpath following the […]

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CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR

  SECOND ANNUAL WENVOE CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR Sunday 26 November 2017, 10am – 4pm Wenvoe Community Centre   Wenvoe Craft Workshop proudly presents the Second Annual Wenvoe Christmas Craft Fair. This is the perfect opportunity to buy unique, handcrafted gifts and ornaments for Christmas and beyond. There will be a wide selection of crafts on offer which will include cards, […]

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