Socially Distanced Creative Writing!

SOCIALLY DISTANCED CREATIVE WRITING! So, you’ve cleared the garage, sorted the attic, planted, mowed and dug the garden and washed the car five hundred times… what next? Local author, Cathy Farr has had an idea to help get our creativity going again and have some fun into the bargain. Following the success of previous creative writing workshops over the last […]

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The Twelfth Week Of The Lockdown

ST. MARY’S PARISH CHURCH NEWS The Twelfth Week Of The Lockdown The church building remains closed in this the twelfth week of the lockdown in Wales. As we await the latest decision of the Sennedd Government on relaxing the conditions aimed to prevent the spread of the pandemic virus we have come to know as COVID-19. During this time the […]

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Online Clwb Clonc

Clwb Clonc We are still meeting online every Monday at 11 a.m. If you would like to join us and keep up with your Welsh language skills, then sign into Zoom. The log-in details are the same each week -Meeting ID: 760-4305-6456. Password: 5dgcwT. We’d love to see you    

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Library Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge The first ambassadors have been announced for the Summer Reading Challenge 2020 including: Jacqueline Wilson, Paul O’Grady, Cressida Cowell, Charlie Condou, Philip Ardagh, David Baddiel, Rob Biddulph, Sam and Mark, Hacker T Dog, Ben Fogle, Joseph Coehlo, Katie Thistleton, Harry Baker, Konnie Huq, Guy Bass, Steven Butler, Gareth P Jones, J M Joseph, Jennifer Killick and Laura […]

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Libraries lost in Conflict

WENVOE COMMUNITY LIBRARY Tel: 02920 594176 – during opening hours or wenvoelibrary@outlook.com Like and follow us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/WenvoeCommunityLibrary   News Hay Festival Online. We were so disappointed that this year’s festival was cancelled but if you haven’t already subscribed, Hay Player allows you to play as much of Hay’s audio and film as you like. For an annual […]

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A Statue For Abolitionist Iolo Morganwg?

DOES THE VALE’S IOLO MORGANWG DESERVE A STATUE? The current debate over statues and memorials brings to mind one of the Vale’s most notable historical figures, Edward Williams, better known by his bardic name, Iolo Morganwg. Iolo, born near Cowbridge in 1747, is the inventor of the Gorsedd of the Bards, the ceremonial gathering of druids at the National Eisteddfod. […]

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