Moylgrove – or Moylegrove, or in Welsh Trewyddel – is a pretty village on the north coast of Pembrokeshire.
The coastal walks are stunning.

We have an active community with lots going on!

  • Cha Dao~ Way of Tea
    Zen Tea Ceremony
    Sun 26th May 2024 09:45
    Cha Dao is an ancient Chinese practice, discovered by Daoists and Sages. Tea has been used in many Temples and Monasteries as a form of medicine and a way to cultivate awakened presence, sustaining long states of meditation.
    Tea is a plant teacher, a spirit of nature, manifested through this leaf and awakened by hot water. Used in ceremony, it is a dance between the elements, a sensory exploration of presence, where everything is connected to space.


  • Ceilidh!
    Sat 1st Jun 2024 19:30 Doors open 7pm
    £10, children £2
    Super fun in the twmpath with Caper Ceilidh! Traditional folk dancing from all over the British Isles, with a caller to tell us what to do.
    Light food on sale and the bar's open as usual.


  • Wildlife walk
    Steve Halton
    Sat 1st Jun 2024 12:00 about 3hrs
    £6; under-16s free
    Wildlife walk with ecologist Steve Halton. Take a walk to Ceibwr Bay and the Witches Cauldron to look at seabirds and other flora and fauna on the way.
    Meet at Moylgrove Old School Hall at midday.


  • Penrallt
    Pete Fletcher
    Tue 11th Jun 2024 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    Penrallt Garden Centre and Nursery is a family-run business, established for over 30 years.
    Pete will tell us the story of Penrallt from its beginnings in one polytunnel, to its present as one of the largest Garden Centres in West Wales.


  • Elvis Desley
    The Silver Fox Years
    Sat 6th Jul 2024 19:00 Show starts 19:30
    £10; under 16s £2
    Get ready for a good time and a memorable one!
    The American Diner and the bar are open.


  • Tônau Cello Duo
    with cream tea
    Sat 20th Jul 2024 14:00
    £10, under-16s free
    Members of the Tônau ensemble, Daniel Davies and Nicola Thomas, two highly accomplished cellists based in Pembrokeshire, present an engaging and uplifting performance of music for two cellos. With music from the 1700s through to the present day, including a work by a Welsh composer.
    The concert will be an informal and enjoyable event, with a cream tea in the interval.


  • Wildlife talk
    Steve Halton
    Tue 17th Sep 2024 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    Steve is a professional ecologist and artist.


  • Empowering girls in India
    Natalie Heuter
    Tue 8th Oct 2024 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    During April and May 2024, Natalie volunteered in the ancient town of Anegundi, Karnataka, India, teaching on the Anegundi Empowerment Project's Summer Camp for young children, and tutoring aspiring young teachers. Natalie is an English Language Teacher (CELTA) living in St Dogmaels.
    Prior to leaving, she mobilsed the Anegundi Fundraising Team who raised £2500 to fund college/university scholarships for girls in the village. Girls in Anegundi rarely go onto middle school or college, as they come from low caste (dalit) families who are extremely poor. Their average wage is $15 a month which means funding girls as well as boys through college is impossible for most of them.


  • Dinas Man Dies at Little Bighorn
    Mike Lewis
    Tue 12th Nov 2024 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    William Batine James, born at Pencnwc Farm in Dinas Cross in 1849, was the only Welshman to serve, and die, with Lt-Col Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn in Montana in 1876.
    Mike Lewis is author of If God will spare my life..., a novel based on the story of William James. He will tell us about William, about the war against the Sioux and Cheyenne, and about Mike's own transatlantic detective hunt for traces of William's progress to a tragic end.


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