ST DAVID – WALES AND BEYOND

ST DAVID – WALES AND BEYOND St David was born in Pembrokeshire around 500 AD to Sant, a prince of Cardigan, and St Non, the daughter of a chieftain. Little is known about his life. He was brought up near Aberaeron and is said to have been baptised by St Elvis of Munster. David was educated at a monastery under […]

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February Applications

Planning applications 14A Walston Road. Construction of a dormer extension to the rear of the property and a pitched roof on the garage. This is permitted development application.    

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February Updates

Planning Updates. The following application have been approved:- • 17 Old Port Road. Work on a tree in the Wenvoe Conservation area. • Wenvoe Quarry. Proposed recycling facility • St Lythan’s Park. Amendment to brick type from red multi to buff. (Effects property still to be constructed)   The council had a presentation by Mr M. Clogg, Operations Manager Highways. […]

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February Playgroup News

  I recently attended a meeting with regard to the Governments 30-hour Childcare offer which they propose to roll out across Wales by 2020. It will be offered for 48 weeks of the year for all children the term after their 3rd Birthday until the September after their 4th Birthday (Nursery age). To be eligible, both parents in the household […]

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Yellow Fish Drains

  Yellow Fish? In Wenvoe? We hope so, sometime in April or May. So what is this all about? The Yellow Fish campaign involves using a stencil to spray-paint yellow fish alongside street or storm drains. This UK-wide project is already underway and its purpose is to draw our attention to street drains and the need to prevent them getting […]

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History of the Village Hall

  The Village Hall (big white building adjacent to the school & opposite the Community Centre) is one of our local charities. It is built on land owned by the Wenvoe Estate for a peppercorn rent to the residents (then known as Villagers) to build a Village Hall in memory of their loved ones at the end of the First […]

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Cheese Tartlets and Fishcakes

  Leek and Goat's Cheese Tartlets 4 med leeks, trimmed, halved and finely sliced large knob of butter 2 tbsp thyme leaves and 4 nice sprigs 375g block of puff pastry 4 good slices goats cheese [with rind] truffle oil or walnut oil [optional] Wash the leeks and drain. Heat the butter in a wide pan until sizzling, [don’t bun […]

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