Thursday, 8 March 2012

Local News

A brief egg delivery later, a chance couple of meetings and today's previous "rant" about rudeness is blown out of the window to make room for a couple of requests for local publicity!!!
So apologies to the non Trelawnyd readers for the big up of the following forthcoming events

 The Nasareth Chapel is the red brick chapel on London Road, and as I recall I had a very nice frugal lunch there last year (should be frugal lunch be nice I wonder?)


The second Big up is for affable local despot Jason Randa from Ty Wynne (yes he who has a monster wasps nest in his attic) well in support of the Cancer Unit at Glan Clwyd Hospital, Jason and some chums will be embarking on the 3 peaks challenge on July 7th (The Three peaks being Ben Nevis, Scarfel Pike and our own Mount Snowdon)
It will be a challenge certainly as I have only seen him walk to the Spar shop and back in way of training.......
Details can be seen at
http://www.justgiving.com/Jason-Randa0
Please give it a look

And finally although the Parish Church has not asked me, and flush with local community good will, I thought I would big up their next bingo session over at the memorial Hall.....

it's all go here!

19 comments:

  1. It's all go, in Trelawnyd!

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  2. isn't it just Cro?

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  3. That is like the "Empty Bowl" lunches that USA potters have- you buy the soup and the bowl, both donated.

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  4. Seems a cultural heaven compared with the Medway Towns frankly

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  5. there's so much going in this place where I live...who knows when or where it's happening! you on the other hand live where you know what's going on...mountain climbs and bingo...I think I'll move to Wales!

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  6. No need to apologize, John. I enjoyed seeing this post as much as the last one.
    Good luck to everyone!

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  7. John Lennon wrote about trelawnyd in a song and more to the point John himself....!

    "i am the egg man, i am the egg man...i was a walrus....but have lost 1 and half stone"

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  8. love being termed a "despot" !!.....makes me sound really inteesting to those who dont know me...

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  9. Jason
    you ARE inteesting

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  10. sounds like a condition of the inteeestine..

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  11. What a racey place you live in! By the way how does Kentucky like his name?

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  12. lenten [ˈlɛntən]
    adj
    1. (Christianity / Ecclesiastical Terms) (often capital) of or relating to Lent
    2. Archaic or literary spare, plain, or meagre lenten fare
    3. (Historical Terms) Archaic cold, austere, or sombre a lenten lover

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  13. I need to live in a village like yours....

    Gill

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  14. Lots going on in your part of the world. There is possibly lots going on here as well but I don't understand what the posters are saying, what with them being written in French and me being a British gal who is a nonce about understanding the language!

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  15. Hey! Bingo and bowling! What more does a guy need?! Being brought up RC, I know a lot about BINGO!
    I like to bowl too!

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  16. So what are these Lenten lunches? Frugals on toast? Frugals roasted in their shells? Frugals and chips? Or Frugals à la Despot?

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  17. Wow. A place with a strong sense of community. Magical.

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  18. That social life would make me a 'watcher-onner'! lol!

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  19. Goodness there's lots happening in your neck of the woods John...and here I thought this was a sleepy little village...shows what little I know. Thanks for stopping by today...glad you liked the barn. You'd have to fight me for that one I think ;) Hope you have a wonderful Thursday.
    Maura :)

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