Bishop Cherry made her first visit to our Ministry Area to take a service to dedicate the new church roof and renovation works.
The Coedypaen Scarecrows were out in force over the weekend, raising £425 for Covax and the Christchurch roof-fund!
After a long anticipated wait, the Carpenter's Arms will reopen on Tuesday 18th May 2021!
We are pleased to announce the 2021 Coed-y-Paen Celebrity Scarecrow Competition! Judging will be on Sunday 6th June 2021, view post for entry details.
The Hand Made Christmas Market was held in Coed Y Paen on Saturday 12th and 13th December and raised over £1,000 for the church!
The Welsh national lockdown unfortunately prevented a full Remembrance Sunday service, but […]
Wales Nature Week offically starts on May 30th, and this year there […]
The Face Masks Campaign started by Denise Thomas has now raised over […]
Denise Thomas has very kindly offered to make face masks to raise […]
On Saturday April 18th, Matt from the Carpenters Arms will be shaving […]
In this time of national upheaval, we are very lucky to live […]
The annual Burns Night celebration was a roaring success with 31 villagers […]
42 villagers turned up for our annual Christmas meal at the Carpenters […]
Two village litter picks were held this summer and about a dozen […]
On Sunday 26 May a thoroughly enjoyable morning was spent in the […]
A reminder of the new look Village Bench, much improved by Clayton’s […]
Thankfully, unlike last year, the weather held good for the annual barbecue […]
The weather was unkind on the day of the barbecue – the […]
The plan was to remove the rotten cladding from the bus shelter […]
Catch up with recent news and forthcoming events in the March Newsletter […]
Poems & Pints (Wine & Words) –  an opportunity to share anything, […]
The South Wales Support Group, with which Jean and Carol are heavily […]
On Wednesday 14th December over 45 villagers gathered in The Carpenters Arms […]
For a brief summary of what’s been happening in the village, see […]
Unfortunately Goff Brangham’s talk on Thursday 13th has been postponed, but the […]
At long last there is a plan to bring superfast (30MB/s) broadband […]
64 villagers took part in the Treasure Hunt & Hog Roast event, […]
Don’t forget the Treasure Hunt and Hog Roast celebration of The Queen’s […]
Were you looking out around 9am on Tuesday. DId you see the […]
Is spring finally here? After such a gloomy winter, the days are […]
Come along to the Carpenters Arms for a friendly evening of words […]
Thursday’s quiz in the Carpenters Arms was a great success with around […]
Have you ever had one of those evenings when all you want […]
The Old School was packed with over 30 locals on 28th November […]
The Village Barbecue on Sunday 2nd August (at Sue & Graham’s) was […]
On Tuesday 12 May, people met in an upstairs room at the […]
Cilla Davies and Di Oakley thank everyone in the village who donated […]
Jan Hargreaves and Sue Rogers have sown wild flower seeds in the […]
The long awaited trail around the res. finally opened on 1st April […]
On the evening of 31 March, Welsh Water invited local residents to […]
The Llandegfedd Reservoir Visitor Centre and circular walk will open on Wednesday […]
After the Residents’ Association AGM on Tuesday 24 February, at which a […]
Carol Orchard’s Christmas Buffet at The Old School in December raised an […]
Goff Brangham’s talk entitled ‘Pontnewydd and Cwmbran – a Tale of two […]
The Carpenter’s Arms was fully booked for dinner on New Year’s Eve […]
Christchurch was packed for the annual Christmas Eve Carol Service which as […]
The annual village Christmas Dinner in The Carps on 17 December was […]
Much to our surprise, Coed-y-Paen was for the second year running judged […]
With the return of better weather, the village hugely enjoyed the annual […]