Hi everyone At the Langstone Community Council meeting on 10 July 2017, Wyneira, Helen and I went along to raise the issues identified in our June meeting regarding the speed through the village. We had previously raised the question of the Cyclecross and Mark has kindly spoken to Will Routley on this. At the meeting we had a chat with Ray Mogford and William Routley who are very keen to meet with us and to see how they can help. To this end, a meeting has been set up for M
Liz and Malcolm Duthie are hosting a Coffee and Cake in the Garden event at Walnut Tree Cottage, Llandevaud on Saturday 29 July 2017 at 10.30 am in aid of Llanmartin Church funds. Come and enjoy refreshments/cakes/stalls/raffle AND Martyn's bacon rolls! Free entry and everyone welcome. Look out for the balloons!!
This was probably the best Big Lunch celebration to date; Its success was down to the efforts of so many, especially the sub committee formed a few weeks before hand and the input of so many in the community who joined in and contributed in some way. It included a competition for the biggest and best begonia which was judged by Ian Neale and won by Mrs Lewis, The trophy having been created by craftsman Tony Ford in the form of a flower spray. The celebration Cider for Wal
Thanks to Helen we now have a Twitter Account. Our handle is @OHLlanmartin, and the name of the account is Llanmartin Hamlet. its also attached to the website homepage. You can use this information to follow us and to share conversations. To give you an idea check out its latest postings. A message from Helen Getting started with Twitter can seem quite daunting, but invest 10 minutes by reading this article and setting up an account, and it’s a lot of fun. Twitter is a global
Hi everyone What a day - it couldn't have gone better. We were criticized in the past for not having an itinerary, or not knowing the history of something. Today was slick. We had a detailed itinerary, with a list of the key players (thanks to Jan) and the history (stripped from our website) of everything from Bethel cemetery/St Martin's Church/Pencoed Castle, etc. Right from the start it became evident that John Woods is clearly on board with the philosophy of the Hamlet