Here is the latest Gwynfe Events and News bulletin (sent out on 19th April 2018).  If you wish to be added to the e-mail list for receiving bulletins, please let us know via the 'Contact Us' page.  Thank you.


Time to come out of hibernation and re-boot your brain!  On Saturday, 28th April we will hold the next Gwynfe Quiz at the hall.  Food (cottage pie or veggie option) will be served from 7 p.m. and the quiz will start at 7:45.  As usual, food+quiz tickets are priced at £6 and quiz only tickets at £2.  Our charity for this quiz will be Llandovery Hospital.  Come along as a team of maximum six members, or join one when you arrive.  Bar available.  Tickets available on the door or in advance from John or Colin Siop Capel (01550-740462), Betty 3 Maes Y Wern (01550-740240) or via

Do you fancy a trip to the coast?  In place of the usual May Monday Club meeting, on Tuesday, 8th May the 'Monday Club special' will leave mid-morning from Gwynfe Village Hall headed to Saundersfoot where there will be time for a look around and lunch before returning to the hall for mid-afternoon.  This outing is open to regular Monday Clubbers as well as their friends, neighbours and families.  For further details and to reserve a seat contact John or Colin on 01550-740462 or send an e-mail to

On Friday, 11th May at 7:30 p.m. at Gwynfe Village Hall, by popular demand vocalist Heather Protheroe will be joining us again.  Heather's lively personality and beautiful voice were much appreciated on the last occasion, so advance booking for this event is recommended through John or Colin on 01550-740462, Betty on 01550-740240 or via   Tickets will be £11 or £10 for concessions to include a glass of bubbly on arrival and plate with a selection of cheeses and crackers or bread.  As usual there will be a raffle and a paying bar will be available throughout the evening.


Following a request for a first-aid class to be run at the hall we are keen to ascertain interest in attending a 2-hour session (run by St. John's Ambulance) to include dealing with bleeding, choking and resuscitation.  Please e-mail back to this address if you are interested and let us know if you would prefer evening, daytime or weekend and would be prepared to make a small donation (say, £10) to this excellent organisation for the training.  Responses by 10th May, please to

For one night only our village hall was transformed into the kind of fish and chip shop we all remember and love.  60 portions of fish and chips (and a few veggie wraps) were delivered to an appreciative audience (many thanks to The Three Horseshoes chippie in Llandovery) and we all became involved in the drama of young and older lovers as it unfolded around us.  The evening included a paper-hat making competition (congratulations to Donna on her prize-winning creation) and a mini fish-and-chip-themed quiz.  The theatre group that treated us to Chip Shop Chips provided a memorable and very entertaining evening; our thanks go to them and the Arts Council of Wales for sponsoring this production.