What’s On In Reynoldston

 

 

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.

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 Dear Readers,

Regular weekly groups:

Keep Fit – Mon./ Weds. 391012 (Hugh) 390100 (Alan)

Beavers/Cubs/Scouts – Tues. 392919 (Dawn) 391020 (Sarah)

Brownies – Tues. 07950558147 (Aimee)

Guides – Tues. 07818517287 (Rachel)

Fizzykids (pre-school age) – Thurs.am 391274 (Gilli)

Pilates – Tues. Emma 07766 477308

Bowls – Weds/Fri. 391492 (John)

Flower Arranging – Weds. 390513

Badminton – Thurs. 391219 (Ken) 7.30pm

Jigsaw (pre-school age) – Fri. 390038 (Liz)

Church and Chapel Services – 391436 (Church) 391277 (Chapel)

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What’s On in Reynoldston? November 2016

  • The Whole Truth by Philip Mackie. Gower Players presents a three – act murder mystery drama, but with a difference. “Audiences will be sitting at the edge of their seats” Thursday 17th, Friday 18th and Saturday 19th November at Reynoldston Village Hall (7.30pm). Bar available. Tickets (£7) from:

Box Office johnandjudith@reynoldston.com (391316) or Reynoldston Village Shop/ Post Office.

A play of real twists and turns

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  • Reynoldston WI: COOKERY is the theme of the meeting on NOVEMBER 1ST when Sheena Sergeant will be giving advice and helpful hints on PRESERVING and how to get it right. 2.30 pm in the Minor Hall.

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  • FLORAL DEMONSTRATION BY DAPHNE FURNEAUX AND COFFEE MORNING

IN AID OF CANCER RESEARCH UK TUESDAY 8th NOVEMBER at the KING ARTHUR HOTE (10.30 AM) – CAKES RAFFLE CRAFT STALLS ENTRY £5 TO INCLUDE

TEA/COFFEE

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  • Reynoldston Community Council: Meeting on Tuesday 8th November at 7.30pm in the Minor Hall

 

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  • Gardening Club: On November 9th, speaker will be Paul Winkley. His subject is “Are We Alone?”

 

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  • Reynoldston Ramblers: Walk led by Phillipa Wibberly on Wed Nov 9th. Lower Green at 15am or at the base of Ryers Down at 10.30am – take the Llangennith Road from Burry Green, turn right at Kennexstone. At the end of this straight road is an unmade track on the right, turn onto this and park on the grass verge. 6mile circular walk to Broughton Beach, including the south side of Llanmadoc Hill. Packed lunch.

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  • Welsh Beginners Course: Reynoldston Village Hall on Wednesdays 9.30-11.30am (starts 9th November).Details from:

Sheila 0777977904896/learnwelsh@swansea.ac.uk

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  • A Village Fete in 2017. It is time we had another Village Fete!

Who will start the ball rolling? There will be a meeting in the Village Hall on 10TH NOVEMBER at 7.30 pm. Representatives of village groups as well as individuals are invited to attend, to discuss dates, possible themes, ideas for stalls and activities, who does what…….A committee needs to be in place before 2017 so come along and get involved. Don’t leave it to others. Help to make the Reynoldston Fete 2017 a reality.

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  • Reynoldston Community Shop and Post Office: RCS Ltd Members’ Meeting on Friday 11th November at Reynoldston Village Hall (7.00pm). An opportunity to hear more details of plans for the future and plus members’ questions and feedback.

 

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  • Singalong: For those who enjoy a good sing song! No auditions…you do not have to read music…a sense of humour helpful! Songs include Abba, Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, traditional, folk, pop …… Meet at 7.30pm in the Avalon Suite, King Arthur Hotel, every third Tuesday of the month (next is 15th November).There are well over thirty already attending! There will be no Singalong in December as the Tuesday in this month is so very close to Christmas. Next is then Tuesday 17th January

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  • Gower Society Youth: Christmas Crafts – Sat 19th November (2-4 pm), Penmaen Village Hall SA3 2HJ.Directions: Follow the A4118 past Parkmill. Car Park on the left at the top of the hill. Penmaen Hall is through the gate which says “Private No Parking”. If the car park full, allowed to park through the gate on the grassed area opposite the houses of Tor View. (Must be against the hedge bordering the road). Get in the festive mood with this Christmas craft session. Masses of craft materials will be available for you to make Christmas cards, decorations and let the festive juices flow. Relax to the sound of Christmas music with mulled wine and mince pies. thomas@reynoldston.com

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  • Afternoon Club: Speaker on Monday November 21st at 2.30pm in the Chapel is Debra John… a wonderful character actress. “Christmas Tales and Traditions”.…

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  • GOWER FILM CLUB – Wednesday 23rd November at 7.30 at Reynoldston Village Hall. The story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York socialite who became known as the world’s worst soprano, has been told many times before but this is the version that will stick, because it stars Meryl Streep. This makes her an ideal subject for director Stephen Frears, who’s always had a special place in his heart for the lonely and vulnerable (Philomena, My Beautiful Laundrette). He elicits a remarkably tender performance from Hugh Grant as St. Clair Bayfield, the two-bit Shakespearean actor who became Jenkins’s long time companion and musical enabler.

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  • Biking Group: Ride on Thursday 24th November. Meet at Llanrhidian Church, to ride to Burry Port via Marsh Road, Penclawdd Cycle Path, Pont y Cob Road, Millennium Path. Lunch stop at Surf Cafe, Burry Port. Visit the Amelia Earhart Memorial. Distance is 20 miles. If you feel you can ride this distance and wish to join us please contact John Bastiani (391492) or jb@reynoldston.com

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  • CRAFT and FOOD FAIR: Saturday November 26tham –2.30pm at Reynoldston Village Hall. Gifts, jewellery, scarves, toys, glass, cards, Indian deli, plants, preserves and cakes. All locally handmade Delicious bacon butties, cakes and mulled wine. Always a very special event!

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  • Reynoldston Ramblers… DECEMBER

Christmas Ramble will follow last year’s popular and successful format – an

easy/moderate 5 mile walk followed by a PUB LUNCH!! Meet on the Lower Green on Monday 5th December at 9.30am or at the King’s Head, LLangennith at 9.45am. John Mahoney will lead the walk. Anyone who is unable to join the walk is welcome for lunch (12.30pm King’s Head). Let John know if you will be lunching by 1st December (390038 or jm@reynoldston.com).

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  • Carols on the Green: December 19th sees Carols on the Green, with the lighting of the Christmas Tree and the chance to sing some lovely carols in the Village Hall, accompanied by the Salvation Army Band (plus mince pies and mulled wine!). A lovely pre-Christmas social occasion.

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  • Regular weekly groups:

Keep Fit – Mon./ Weds. 391012 (Hugh) 390100 (Alan)

Beavers/Cubs/Scouts – Tues. 392919 (Dawn) 391020 (Sarah)

Brownies – Tues. 07950558147 (Aimee)

Guides – Tues. 07818517287 (Rachel)

Beginners Welsh 07977904896 (Sheila)

Fizzykids (pre-school age) – Thurs.am 391274 (Gilli)

Pilates – Tues. Emma 07766 477308

Bowls – Weds/Fri. 391492 (John)

Flower Arranging – Weds. 390513

Badminton – Thurs. 7.30pm 391219 (Ken)

Jigsaw (pre-school age) – Fri. 390038 (Liz)

Church and Chapel Services – 391436 (Church) 391277 (Chapel)

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  • Table Tennis Club: It is hoped to start a club for children and adults in the New Year, on Saturday mornings. Details will be issued via “Reynoldston News” and the village web site

 

 

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