A Safer Reynoldston: Public Access Defibrillators have been installed in a number of key areas within the community. A Lottery Fund grant as well as donations from the Community Council, the Reynoldston Ramblers and the Gower Film Club means that the community is well served with this life saving equipment. The defibrillators are located at key sites, at the King Arthur Hotel, Reynoldston Village Hall, Knelston Primary School, Cilibion Saw Mills, Fairy Hill Hotel and the Reynoldston Methodist Chapel.
Regular weekly/ monthly groups:
Keep Fit – Mon./ Weds. 391012 (Hugh); 390100 (Alan)
Beavers/Cubs/Scouts – Tues. 392919 (Dawn);
Brownies – Tues. 07950558147 (Aimee)
Guides – Tues. 07818517287 (Rachel)
Fizzykids (pre-school age) – Thurs. am 391274 (Gilli)
Children’s dance – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pilates – Tues. Emma 07766 477308
Bowls – Weds/Fri. 391492 (John)
Biking Group – Thurs. 391492 (John)
Badminton – Thurs. 7.30pm 391219 (Ken)
Jigsaw (pre-school age) – Fri. 390038 (Liz)
Church and Chapel Services : 391436 (Church);
Flower Arranging – Weds. 390513
W.I. – 390691 (Olivia)
Ramblers – 391316 (John)
Afternoon Club – 391056 (Angela)
Gardening Club – 391120 (Keith)
Knitting Group – 391138 (Shirley)
Film Club – 390180 (Peter)
What’s On in Reynoldston
AID FOR SYRIA: Virginia Prifti has contact with a charity which is sending aid out to Syria in large lorries. The aid goes to Idlip which is near Aleppo and now home to 2 million refugees. They are desperately looking for: Summer Clothes for men, women, children and babies.. Shoes for men, women and children.. Bedding – blankets and rugs.. Food – dried (long grain rice, lentils, chickpeas, pasta, bulgur wheat) or tinned (tomatoes, chickpeas, kidney beans, fish and fruit), plastic bottles of sunflower oil. Food must have a shelf life of at least six months.. Toiletries – bars of soap, baby wipes, toothpaste, toothbrushes, sanitary towels.. Activities for children – colouring books, crayons, pencils, paper and soft toys.. Unwanted medical supplies – dressings, bandages, crutches, wheelchairs, walking frames, incontinence pads. If you have anything you can donate, please call Virginia Prifti on 01792 386656, or email email@example.com
REYNOLDSTON SINGS FOR FUN! : For a number of reasons, the singing sessions are not available in April and May. With the summer months fast approaching, it has been decided to rest our vocal chords until September.
GOWER FILM CLUB:
Our next presentation will be on Wednesday 23rd August 2017 at 7.30 p.m.
HIDDEN FIGURES is the incredible untold story of three brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big. There are several reasons to see this movie: from a civil rights perspective; from a feminism perspective; from the perspective of the early space race when we lagged behind the Soviet Union, badly. If you lived during this time, see the movie to remember. If you were born later, see this movie to see what things were like.