On Sunday 15th April Forest Flute Choir and friends will present “Anything Goes” – a medley of music from the flute choir together with duets, solos and other instrumentalists.
Come and see the various sizes of flute that make up the flute family, from the tiny piccolo to one of the largest flutes in the world!
This musical extravaganza will take place in the Village Hall during the afternoon, from 2.30pm to around 4.30pm, and will include tea and home-made cakes. No admission charge but a retiring collection will be divided between Forest Flute Choir and Wales Air Ambulance.
Information about the Forest Flute Choir: www.forestflutechoir.co.uk
The village hall accounts for October 2016 to September 2017 have been examined and approved and are now available to download here (pdf file). Previous years’ accounts are available from the committee page.
If you have any questions about the accounts, or about the hall committee in general, you can reach us via our contact form on the web site, or get in touch with our chair, Marilyn, or any committee member listed on the committee page.
Our Spring Newsletter is now available to download, and residents should have received their paper copy through their door.
Newsletter January 2018
February’s Glade Tavern, on Friday 2nd February, will be in aid of Trellech Primary School Parents, Teachers and Friends Association. While most months the Tavern’s profits go to village hall funds, and these have enabled us to plan substantial improvements to hall facilities, we also want the benefit to go to other groups in the community. The PTFA does a great job of supporting our local school and its children and we think they are a well deserving cause.
The Tavern will be open at 7pm as usual, with fish and chip suppers available. The team look forward to welcoming everyone back after the Christmas and New Year break. Do join neighbours and friends for a great social evening for a great cause.
Here is the list of films for January to April on The Narth and at Pelham Hall. There are full details of them all on the Pelham Hall web site
We hope that as many people as possible were able to enjoy walking in the woodlands around the village during the wonderful snowy weather. Unfortunately, the snow has brought down a lot of trees and branches across our footpaths, so in order to get them cleared we are building a list of where work is needed. If you come across across a route that is blocked, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a note of the location (OS grid reference if possible) and a brief description of the blockage and we will notify the right people.
We have had an update from Natural Resources Wales with the good news that they expect to have the Beacon Hill Car Park re-opened in time for the New Year.
Many thanks to all of the volunteers who have helped with the Footpath Project in 2017. We look forward to continuing with more improvements to our local paths in 2018.
As in previous years, the Village Hall committee are offering a delivery service for your village Christmas cards, in return for a small donation to village hall funds.
Bring your cards to the hall on Sunday 17th December between 10.00 and noon. Cards will be delivered in the following few days, before Christmas, by our team of volunteers.
If you can’t get to the hall at that time, contact one of our committee members in advance to arrange collection.
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Christmas Carols and more at the Hall on the afternoon of Sunday 17th December. Singing starts at 3.30pm with some communal carols, supported by The Narth Singers, and some seasonal poems and readings.
There will be mince pies and mulled wine, and plenty of Christmas cheer. Everyone is welcome for The Narth’s celebration of Christmas. Do join in!
The next garden club meeting will be held on Tuesday 28th November at the earlier time of 2pm in the village hall when the Monmouth Based Charity of ‘ Bees for Development’ will be giving a presentation of their work overseas.
This will be followed by refreshments
A fun quiz for the festive season
Friday 15 December, quiz starts 8pm sharp (doors open 7.30pm).
An exciting and fun three-part quiz organised by Janni Menday and the hall committee, with chances to win wine and bubbly.
Licensed bar and snacks available.
Teams of up to 6 people (teams of 4 or less received an extra point).
£1.50 per person – book via email please to email@example.com
All proceeds to the hall upkeep.