Facebook page relaunch

The Moylgrove Facebook page is being seen by people all over the surrounding area. Contact Lloyd Davies if you’d like to put anything in it.

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Christmas Quiz

Eat, drink, and rack your brains! And get in some practice for all those cracker riddles. And enter the raffle – great prizes! Bangers & mash, veggie option, choice of sweets. The bar will of course be open. Either come in a team of four, or come as you are and join a team on the night. Places limited – please book below or phone 881752. Book your place

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The Beacons Way

Clive conducts us along the long distance footpath between Ysgyryd Fawr near Abergavenny and the village of Bethlehem near Llandeilo.

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Christmas lantern parade

Switch on the Christmas lights! Bring your lantern to the village car park 6pm. Dress warmly! We’ll walk up the hill and there will be mince pies and mulled wine at the Old School Hall. (Outside unless bad weather.)

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Sea shanties

Splice the mainbrace and spin off a few tunes. Can’t sing? No matter. (Helps if you’re good at bellowing – at people, dogs, kids, etc.) Don’t like choirs? No more do we, me hearties. (Undisciplined rabbles though….)Practice your “Har har”, dust off your inner parrot, and give us a call (881752) and we will rendezvous at the appointed hour. Yo ho ho. X marks the spot.

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Guy Fawkes night

Come and enjoy November 5th with a barbecue and a drink. Come in warm clothing! Weather permitting. May move to Saturday if bad weather.

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Advent candle table decoration

Ann will show us how to make this. Please call Kathy 881394 by 17th November so that we can obtain the materials. Refreshments provided.

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Macramé pot holder

Véronique will show us how to make this. If you’d like to take part, please ring Kathy 881394 by 27th October so that we can obtain the materials.  Refreshments provided.

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Halloween Party

Games, fun, food, trick or treat and more Bring a friend, and a parent If you’d like to join in, call Sez on 07799 236545

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Coffee Morning

Coffee mornings are back! Delicious homemade cakes, lovely tea and coffee – and lovely neighbours too! First Wednesday of every month. Outside if the weather is fine. Contributions to Macmillan Cancer Support this month.

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Moylgrove Makers’ Market

Come and join us at our Christmas arts & crafts fair Made in Moylgrove Handmade arts & crafts Pottery and paintings Seasonal and local produce Homemade cakes and preserves Yuletide refreshments – proceeds to Paul Sartori Foundation Carols and festive entertainment

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Skokholm – dream island

Re-run of this popular talk. Steve spent two years on Skokholm as Assistant Warden, monitoring seabirds and plants, showing visitors around, and emptying the toilets. He is a wildlife artist and writer as well as working in the ecology and conservation profession, with degrees in ecology and fine art.  He uses his experiences to inspire others to appreciate, love and care for nature through art, science, observation, experience, mindfulness and meditation. Book your seat

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Valuation day

Rogers Jones auctioneers & valuers will be available from 10am-4pm on Tuesday 16th November for a FREE, no obligation valuation of Welsh art, Welsh porcelain, silver & jewellery, fine art, ceramics and all manner of antiques & collectables. Valuations by appointment only Please book in advance by calling 01267 468282 or email mh@rjauctions.co.uk

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The Evolution of Surgery

Since humans first learned to make and handle tools, they have employed their talents to develop surgical techniques, each time more sophisticated than the last; however, until the industrial revolution, surgeons were incapable of overcoming the three principal obstacles which had plagued the medical profession from its infancy — bleeding, pain and infection. Advances in these fields have transformed surgery from a risky “art” into a scientific discipline capable of treating many diseases and conditions. All seats booked

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Wild Feet Workshop

Ailsa Richardson

Wildfeet Workshop  fosters connections with nature, the environment, sustainability and the body-mind. In a busy and often troubled world Ailsa provides spaces to re-connect with yourself, each other, and the surrounding environment.  She has found this work necessary for creative action and everyday wellbeing. The workshop  will consist of: ·      Welcome and chat over tea ·      A physical warm up and awakening to the body/mind ·      Picnic lunch ·      A local walk incorporating simple exercises to open up sensory experience and a relationship between the body and the surrounding environment Ailsa’s work has involved supporting older people and carers. Please feel welcome on this workshop if you are in a caring role and in need of some time for yourself.

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