Moylgrove
Trewyddel

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!

  • Police, crime, and 999
    John Donoghue
    Tue 12th Jul 2022 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    John Donoghue
    Ever wondered what really happens behind the scenes in the police? Why can wearing two pairs of socks make you a suspect? Which Royal arrest never made news headlines?

     

  • AGM + cheese & wine
    Cymdeithas Trewyddel
    Tue 2nd Aug 2022 19:00
    Free
    Cymdeithas Trewyddel (CT) owns the Old School Hall, organizes many of the events in the village, and liaises with local authorities about environmental issues.
    Everyone is welcome to the AGM. There's free cheese and wine too!

     

  • Cardigan Lifeboat
    Simon Mansfield, RNLI
    Tue 9th Aug 2022 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    An introduction to Cardigan Lifeboat Station - history, equipment and typical call-outs.
    Simon Mansfield is a volunteer Inshore Lifeboat Helm.

     

  • Walk from St Dogmaels
    Sat 3rd Sep 2022 11:00 unless very wet
    To celebrate the re-opening of the path from Waunwhiod to the hairpin bend above Moylgrove, we'll walk from the Coach House, St Dogmaels Abbey to the Garden Centre, where afternoon tea will be available.
    We'll be joined by Delyth Jenkins, who will bring her celtic harp to play along the way.

     

  • Delyth – o Landoch i Drewyddel
    Concert and supper
    Sat 3rd Sep 2022 19:00
    £12 (kids £8). Supporting Ukraine
    Delyth Jenkins, one of Wales' foremost performers on the Celtic Harp, celebrates the re-opening of the footpath from St Dogmaels to Moylgrove.
    A fine supper will be served in the interval.

     

  • Brittle with Relics
    Richard King
    Tue 20th Sep 2022 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    - A History of Wales, 1962–97
    In the closing third of the twentieth century, Wales experienced the simultaneous effects of deindustrialisation, the subsequent loss of employment and community cohesion, and the struggle for its language and identity. These changes were largely forced upon the country, whose own voice, rarely agreed upon within its borders, had to fight to be heard outside of Wales.

     

  • Elvis Desley
    The Return
    Sat 8th Oct 2022 19:00
    £ TBC
    The King returns to Moylgrove!

     

  • Wood turning fun!
    Patrick Beaumont & CardiShed
    Sat 22nd Oct 2022 13:00 all afternoon
    £4 + bowl project £20
    Creating pieces on a lathe is a satisfying and inspiring art. "Beautiful things appear before your eyes - it's fantastic!" says Patrick.
    Join him and make a lovely wooden bowl. Or try your hand at pyrography or repairing a guitar. Open to all the family.

     

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