Here is the latest Gwynfe Events and News bulletin (sent out on 29th January 2018).  If you wish to be added to the e-mail list for receiving bulletins, please let us know via the 'Contact Us' page.  Thank you.


Following the success of the last one, we are holding another Tabletop Sale in Gwynfe Village Hall on Saturday, February 3rd.  The hall will be open to stall-holders at 10:00 a.m. and to all the lovely bargain-hunters (that's you!) from 11:00 till 2:00 p.m..  One stall (in aid of hall funds) will be Just Jumble;  all donations gratefully received for this - please bring along on the morning.  Refreshments also available.  If you would like to run a stall, the cost is £5 for a table available in advance from either Heather (01550-740512) or Bridget (01550-740163).  Free entry to bargain-hunters.

In an interesting departure from our usual Monday Club meet, the one on Monday, 5th February (1:30 p.m. onwards) will be a chance to try your hand at short-mat indoor bowls!  Complete novices welcome.  For those not interested in bowling, there will be the usual chat + tea/coffee + cake.  £1 collection.  If you require transport to/from the hall, please contact Heather on 01550-740512.

EVENT CANCELLED (due to lack of interest):

Saturday, 17th February will see the first Valentine's Evening at Gwynfe Village Hall.  This luuurve-fest (!) will be a fun social evening, with a Valentine's flavour.  There will be a themed buffet before games, love-tunes singalong and mini love-themed quiz.  Entrance ticket £10 will include special Valentine's cocktail on arrival, the buffet and fun & games.  Open to those in love, those looking for love, and the love-neutral!  Bar also available.

As you no doubt know, Thursday, 1st March is St. David's Day - an opportunity to commemorate our patron saint.  There will be a cawl supper starting at 7:00 p.m. in the village hall, after which a couple of local artists will treat us to a few songs.  Entry £6, to include supper and entertainment.  Bar available.

Now...a date for your diaries.  Do not miss Chip Shop Chips on Thursday, 22nd March at 7:30 p.m..  Focusing on love at different ages and celebrating the nation’s favourite food, Chip Shop Chips heads nationwide following a completely sold-out Northern Tour in Spring 2016. Brace yourself for an immersive love story set to a soundtrack of Northern Soul and served with a fish and chip supper. This is theatre, but not as you know it: dinner, quiz and a show all rolled into one!  Tickets (in advance only) £11 or £10 concessions, includes entry to the show + fish and chips (or veggie wrap + chips).   Bar available.  To reserve tickets, please contact Colin or John on 01550-740462, or send an e-mail to


The members of All Saints' Church, Gwynfe would like to thank everyone who attended the Christmas Fair on 9th December and those who helped out on the day -  despite the snow and ice. The community hall was full with an array of produce, including food, floral arrangements, arts and crafts, gifts, cake stall and tombola.  Those attending were able to enjoy a coffee, mince pie and a chat.  Thanks to Father Christmas who dropped in and spent time with the children in his magical grotto. A lot of fun was had by guessing the weight of the Christmas cake and guessing how many sweets there were in a jar. The fair was a great success and the church would like to thank everyone who contributed raffle prizes and donated funds for the hire of the hall and the children’s selection boxes from Father Christmas.

On Thursday 28th December the community held a Post-Christmas Party for the children who enjoyed a lovely tea party with jelly and ice cream. The party was well supported by community children, parents, grandparents and great grandparents. All the youngsters enjoyed playing party games and dancing.  Our thanks to everyone who supported the party and helped to make it such a memorable event.

The hall committee would like to thank Gary Blaencennen for his generous donation of a lovely Christmas tree, which lit up the lawn in front of the hall throughout the festive season.  Diolch yn fawr iawn.

Yet again the New Year's Eve Party was a rollicking success with the usual mix of 'Millionaire' (quiz), singalong, pass-the-parcel and dancing.  A Happy New Year to everybody.  Blwyddyn Newydd Dda i bawb!