What To Do In Autumn

  The Village Show on 9th sept was a great advertisement for village life. A big thank you to the scouts for putting on a great day. I now know from personal experience what it takes to compete with the likes of Annie Bennett, Gordon Jones and the colossus that is Phil Morant. I spoke to a lot of people […]

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A New Arbour

We have erected an arbour in the Elizabethan Orchard – see photo – and will be planting Honeysuckle to grow up the sides. Shakespeare often refers to Woodbine which some believe is Honeysuckle but he also refers to Woodbine entwined with Honeysuckle which suggests it may be something else. It is disappointing to have to report that one of the […]

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Dyffryn House

  Dyffryn House is the Victorian mansion house within the Edwardian listed gardens in St Nicholas. It is currently managed by the National Trust on a 50 year lease. The House Steward and research teams are always looking for information on the history of the site. The original collection owned by the Cory family was sold at auction in 1937. […]

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Next Meeting

  The next meeting of the Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinators will take place on Wednesday 11th October 2017 at 8.00pm in the Community Centre, Port Road.    

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Back In School

  It has hard to believe that we have already been back in school for 3 weeks! Our new children are settling in beautifully into Nursery and Reception and we have also welcomed new families into our school community. We were very pleased indeed with our ESTYN and Church School reports and the way in which the hard work, dedication […]

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Wenvoe Christmas Craft Fair

  SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26th 2017 10 am – 4 pm Wenvoe Community Centre Put the date in your diary! Not long to go now until the second annual Wenvoe Christmas Craft Fair from Wenvoe Craft Workshop. All of the tables are booked and we have a lot of new and exciting crafts. This is the perfect opportunity to pick up […]

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There always needs to be a balance

  Last year, I wrote my first article for the What’s On reviewing the balance of work and play. School’s back in and suddenly this had become all the more relevant yet again. The dread and panic about this final year has yet again cropped up and I won’t lie – I’m terrified. This will determine the way the next […]

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Back From Summer Break

  After our summer break our president welcomed everyone back with a special welcome to our visitor, Avril who we hope will be joining us again. Our speaker was Keith Moger OBE who worked for the NHS for over 40 years, with much of that career in senior management in Cardiff. We enjoyed an informative and interesting presentation of the […]

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Four Spice Lamb Curry

Four Spice Lamb Curry 2 tbsp sunflower oil 1 large onion, finely chopped 1 tsp each chilli flakes and ground ginger 2 tsp each ground corriander and cumin 500g lean lamb neck fillet, cubed 1 large red pepper, seeded and cubed 1 large green pepper, seeded and cubed 1 lamb stock cube 3 med tomatoes, cut into wedges 410g chick […]

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