The Friends of Ysgol Llanbedr (the school PTA) have set up a easy fundraising page to enable the community to help raise funds for the school whilst they shop. Sign up on the easyfundraising website and retailers will make a donation to the Friends of Ysgol Llanbedr each time you shop with them.
There will be a Pilgrimage walk on the 21st May, starting at 10am in St.Peter’s Church Yard, Llanbedr, from the sight of the old village school to the current new school. All parents and members of the community are welcome. There will be light refreshments at the school. If you have a high visibility jacket please wear it as there is no footpath along part of the road to the school.
A special St David’s senior citizens lunch was held at the Vale Country Club on Tuesday 4th March. The event was arranged by the Community Council and was very well attended with over 40 locals enjoying the afternoon. The children from Ysgol Llanbedr performed an Eisteddfodd between courses, for which they have been practicing very hard in preparation for the Urdd later in the week. The singing and recitation was excellent, and was complemented by the traditional Welsh dress and patriotic shirts worn by the children.
Curry & General Knowledge Quiz Night on Saturday, 26 April 2014 in Llanbedr D.C. Village Hall. The event will start at 7.30pm. Tickets will be £7.50 to include the curry, the quiz and a glass of wine, and are available from the Events and Visits Organisers:
Ceinwen Hughes Tel: 702607 firstname.lastname@example.org
Nerys Hughes Tel: 704558 email@example.com
Ruth Littlehales Tel: 704124 firstname.lastname@example.org
To help the catering arrangements tickets must be purchased by 19 April 2014 and we look forward to seeing you at Llanbedr.
Secretary, RhuthunTwinning Association
There are 8 salt bins in the village: 1 in Maes Celyn, 3 in Tan y Bryn, 3 in Maes Derwen and 1 in Troed y Fenlli. These bins are replenished October/November each year and when necessary thereafter during the coming winter. The Highways Department endeavour to keep enough salt to keep the bins full. There is further information regarding Winter Gritting/Salt Bins at https:/www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en/resident/parking-roads-and-travel/winter-gritting.aspx
The date for the event is planned for 13th – 14th Sept, which is back to its original dates.
Also there will be a new title sponsor SCOTT Sports.
Besides having a new title sponsor on board the other big change is that the running order of activities will change for 2014. The MTB ride will be back to the Sunday with a night event on the Saturday night.
Over the weekend the event and the registration and camping will open on Friday evening with the MTB-Marathons starting at 10am on Saturday morning.
Denbighshire County Council launched a new Anti-Dog Fouling campaign to reduce dog fouling in public areas within the county earlier this year. The Council’s position is simple and clear: Dog Fouling is not acceptable in our communities. Key to the campaign is the support of local communities to improve the visual image of the local area. The Council need the community to help support this campaign by: Being the Council’s eyes and ears. Telling them where hotspot areas are for dog fouling. Letting them know who is not picking up dog mess. Encouraging friends and family to pick up after their own dogs. Telling them your ideas of how dog fouling can be improved in Denbighshire.
The Council respects that most dog owners have a responsible and respectful attitude towards their communities. This is an online survey on their website at www.denbighshire.gov.uk/dogfouling which they would appreciate you fill in. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding their campaign please do not hesitate to contact them on 0800 2300234.