Check out the exciting events happening at the Carpenters over the next […]
We’re very excited to announce that the Carpenters Arms has reopened! It […]
Thank you to everyone who made our Carol Service so special !!  […]
Get into the Christmas Spirit with the annual Christchurch Carol Service. The […]
It’s only 4 weeks until the Village Christmas Dinner at The Carpenter’s […]
They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old: […]
Our community joins with others in expressing our sadness at the death of Her Majesty The Queen.  We fondly remember celebrating  her Platinum Jubilee in the village earlier in the year. Our thoughts are with The Royal Family.
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 […]