Events

For some of our events you need to book your seat in advance. Please click an event for more information and to book.

  • Quiz + Cawl Night
    Fri 23rd Feb 2024 19:00
    £5 including cawl
    The return of the ever-popular mental challenge. TIm will be your mind-bending host. Bring your thinking cap!

     

  • Grafting (Cancelled)
    Steve Wilson and Bruce Slark at the Forest Garden
    Sat 24th Feb 2024 10:00 - 16:00
    £55. Booking essential.
    CANCELLED
    Join practitioner Steve Wilson and host / forest gardener Bruce Slark for a day in the brilliant Forest Garden.
    Grafting with Steve 10-2pm.
    Comprehensive tour of the Forest Garden with Bruce 2-4pm

     

  • Cha Dao~ Way of Tea
    Zen Tea Ceremony
    Sun 3rd Mar 2024 09:45
    £12
    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.Tea meets us exactly where we are and gives exactly what is needed. Every ceremony is unique unto itself.
    Please pre-book as we have a maximum of 8 warm bowls. We will be either sitting around a table or on the floor, please inform me of your preference upon booking. We advise you to bring along a shawl or blanket. To book text Chajin Claire on 07881633773.

     

  • Cemais before the Normans
    Dr Rhiannon Comeau
    Tue 12th Mar 2024 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    What was life like here before the Norman invasion?
    Join us for a tour of a land without towns, where there was a royal court (llys) at Bayvil, and people lived in small hamlets, moved with their livestock between summer and winter pastures, and gathered at outdoor assembly sites to trade, pay tribute and decide communal matters.
    Using recent archaeological evidence, written records and place-names, landscape archaeologist Rhiannon Comeau will look at life in north Pembrokeshire in the so-called ‘Dark Ages’.
    Rhiannon is the author of a number of publications about early medieval north Pembrokeshire and co-editor of the 2023 Research Framework for the Archaeology of Early Medieval Wales.

     

  • Cha Dao~ Way of Tea
    Zen Tea Ceremony
    Sun 7th Apr 2024 09:45
    £12
    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.Tea meets us exactly where we are and gives exactly what is needed. Every ceremony is unique unto itself.
    Please pre-book as we have a maximum of 8 warm bowls. We will be either sitting around a table or on the floor, please inform me of your preference upon booking. We advise you to bring along a shawl or blanket. To book text Chajin Claire on 07881633773.

     

  • Hebron Vineyard
    Tue 9th Apr 2024 19:30
    £4; under-16s free
    "We practice Low Intervention viticulture here. What that means to us is that we have not used any herbicide, pesticide, fungicide or even fertiliser in our vineyards.  We cut the grass around the vines and manage the canopy of the vines.
    "We want our grapes to be of the highest quality having developed in a balanced and natural way. The grape's taste being a true reflection of this year's terroir. Which will then be enhanced and developed through fermentation and the winemaking process especially if that is a through a Natural Winemaking process. Fermenting the grape using the natural yeast on them. With no or minimal intervention until bottling."

     

  • Ceilidh
    Sat 1st Jun 2024 19:30
    £ TBD
    Join the twmpath with Caper Ceilidh.
    Supported by the Arts Council of Wales Night Out scheme.

     

Regular events

  • Geology
    with Andrew Crossley
    Mondays 10:30 - 12:30
  • Keep fit
    Dagmarr
    Mondays 2pm
  • Clwb llyfrau
    Eira Evans
    Dydd Sadwrn cyntaf y mis, 10:00 - 12:00
  • Coffee Morning
    First Wednesday of every month 10:30-12:00
    Delicious homemade cakes, lovely tea and coffee – and lovely neighbours too! Do come along for “paned a chlonc”.
    Donations help keep the Old School Hall open for our wonderful range of community activities.

     

  • Table Tennis
    Mondays 19:30
    Please bring your own refreshments.

     

  • Committee – Cymdeithas Trewyddel
    info@moylgrove.wales
    First Tuesday of month 7:30p.m.
    CT organizes many of the events in the village, and manages the Old School Hall. Residents of the Moylgrove area are welcome to sit in on our meetings. See minutes of previous meetings.

     

  • Short Mat Bowls
    Kathy 881394
    Thursdays 7pm - 9pm
    Just come along and try this fun activity. No experience necessary, a little coaching always available, equipment provided. Please bring your own refreshments.

     

  • Sea shanties
    2nd & 4th Wednesdays 7:30pm
    Songs of the rolling seas. Come and have a sing song with us - no singing ability necessary, but it helps if you can bellow over a roaring gale!
    For more info, call Rachel or Dagmarr (on WhatsApp), or Alan 881752.

     

  • Craft club
    Kathy
    Wednesdays 2pm - 4pm
    Check the calendar to see which Wednesdays we're running.

     

Hall Calendar

Events occupying the Old School Hall