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

  • 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?
    PC John Donoghue reveals all in his fascinating and hilarious true account of a year in the life of a front line response officer.
    John is the author of the book Police, Crime, and 999 – The True Story of a Front Line Officer.


  • AGM + cheese & wine
    Cymdeithas Trewyddel
    Tue 2nd Aug 2022 19:00
    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!
    At the AGM, members of the committee of trustees are elected. We're always keen to see new faces! If you'd like to take part, get in touch with the secretary Dagmarr Moore (01239 881800).
    The committee of trustees meets on the first Tuesday of every month.


  • 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.
    (No booking required for this talk - just turn up.)


  • 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.
    Please book to let us know you're coming.
    Wear decent boots and carry some water and a phone. Here's a map of the walk. It's about 6km (4mi), initially along quiet roads.


  • 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.
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  • 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.
    This talk is based on Richard's latest book, published this February with excellent reviews in the major media.
    Richard King lives in Moylgrove and mid-Wales. He is the author of several prize-winning books.


  • 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.
    To finish the bowl to best quality, you can take it along to CardiShed (where all are welcome) at a later date.
    Prices: £4 admission; + £5 to try your hand at wood turning; + £15 to complete the bowl project.


Regular events

  • Clwb llyfrau
    Eira Evans
    Dydd Sadwrn cyntaf y mis, 10:00 - 12:00
  • Table Tennis
    Mondays 19:30
    Please bring your own refreshments.


  • Committee – Cymdeithas Trewyddel
    Kingsley 881391
    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.


  • Coffee morning
    Just come along!
    1st Wednesday of every month 10:00-12:00
    Home made cakes, good tea and coffee, and a good natter!


  • 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 7pm
    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
    Wednesdays 2pm - 4pm


Hall Calendar

Events occupying the Old School Hall