We have acquired high viz jackets, gloves, sticks and bag holders from Mon CC for use by anyone who wishes to collect the rubbish deposited in and around the village and will inaugurate CLiPs (Coed-y-Paen Litter Pickers) with a 'mass pick'. The event will be kicked off in the Churchyard by a Health & Safety briefing […]
This year is the 25th Anniversary of the charity and to celebrate locally there will be a special Anniversary Garden Tea Party on Saturday July 20th. This will be held at Jancariad, Coed-y-Paen, the home of Jean Scarborough. All are most welcome from 3pm onwards. No charge, just donations to Hope and Homes. Catherine Butt from […]
The annual village/church barbecue will again be at Sue & Graham's. Keep the date free - more details by email nearer the day!
Come along to the church on Saturday afternoon to make Christingles, ready for the service on Sunday morning, and to sing carols.
All are welcome, particularly children, to the Christingle and Crib Service in Christchurch, Coed-y-Paen. There will be a collection in aid of the Children's Society.
The Village Christmas Dinner in The Carpenters Arms is always a great evening and Matt and his team are sure to put on a great meal. We need to be seated ready to eat at 7.30, so please arrive early to organise your drinks and tables. Just sign up in the Carps to reserve your […]
The annual festival of 'Nine Lessons and Carols' will be at 6.30 in Christchurch on Christmas Eve. There is always a special place for our youngsters, who play an active part, in this celebration.
Burns Night will be celebrated on Saturday January 25th from 7pm. There will be the traditional haggis and all the trimmings, plus dessert. Please bring your own liquid refreshment. There will of course, be a raffle. Our Resident Village Piper, Nick Morley will be in action ! Donations to Hope and Homes for Children Contact Jean […]
All residents welcome
The Annual 'Poems & Pints' (or 'Wine & Words') evening will be on Tuesday 3rd March, 7.30 in The Carpenters Arms, chaired as usual by Gerald. Bring along your favourite poems, prose, newspaper cuttings, shaggy dog stories or whatever and read them for others to enjoy – or just listen in with a glass in […]