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Song sung blue

May 2, 2016 - Author: Gareth Morlais

At the Earl Higue Whitchurch. Neil Diamond tribute act:


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Time for a street party! Save the date: 7 June 2015

April 30, 2015 - Author: Gareth Morlais
Last year, Clarbeston Rd joined in The Big Lunch. The date for this year’s event is Sunday 7th June 2015. 
The Big Lunch is run by the Eden Project and funded by the Big Lottery and, since starting in 2009, thousands of Big Lunches have taken place across Wales and the rest of the UK. 
This June millions of people will come together for The Big Lunch, the UK’s annual get together for neighbours.  It’s a simple idea to get as many people as possible across the UK to come together in their shared spaces in a simple act of community, friendship and fun. 
You’re invited by the all-Wales organiser Gwion Thorpe to hold one in your street or area and bring your local community together: “If everyone brings a dish or some decorations and activities, you have yourself a Big Lunch! ”
To find out more, to get a Big Lunch Pack or to register your interest, go to or call 0845 850 8181.
Gwion Thorpe, The Big Lunch
Tel: 07801227288
Website: (or for Welsh)
 Big Lunch 2015 cut out


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Learn all about Fungi

January 10, 2015 - Author: Gareth Morlais

Friends of Forest Farm present a talk about fungi on the evening of Wednesday 21 January at Whitchurch Community Centre. Prof. Lynne Boddy is the presenter and she’ll be highlighting the good, the bad and the ugly of the fungal world.


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Dylan Thomas thanksgiving in Whitchurch

October 23, 2014 - Author: Gareth Morlais

There’s an event to celebrate Dylan Thomas’s life at St Mary’s Parish Church in Whitchurch, Cardiff.

The thanksgiving service starts at 6pm 26 October 2014, to mark the 100th Anniversary Of Dylan Thomas’ birth.

The featured readings include ‘And Death Shall Have No Dominion’, an extract from ‘A Visit to Grandpa’s’, ‘Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed’, set to music by Welsh composer Nathan James Dearden.

The guest speaker is Prof Damian Walford Davies.

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