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Events at Llangiwg: All are welcome!
 
 

Llangiwg Annual Summer Picnic: St Ciwg’s Day

At Llangiwg on Sunday 25th June at 3.00- 5.00pm.

Bring your family and friends to our annual summer picnic celebrating St Ciwg’s day
on 25th June and help us to form a human ring around the church! In truth we don’t
actually know St Ciwg’s birth date. However Browne Willis (Parochiale Anglicanum
1733) gives St. Ciwg’s festival as being on 29th June. As a result we now have our
picnic on the last Sunday in June. With music & refreshments, the event is free and
we welcome all to join us for this annual event. We look forward to seeing many old
and new faces.
"Happy Birthday" to Ciwg.
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A CELEBRATION CONCERT

In aid of the

LLANGIWG RESTORATION FUND

At Cwmtawe School – FRI. JULY 7th.  7.0.p.m.
The Cwmtawe School Choir - Choir Master - Daniel Lear
and
The Gyrlais Choir - Conductor - Andrew Millard
Accompanist - Christopher Lewis
To reserve tickets tel: 07777 2615 381
£6 (inc.raffle) at the Door. Under 16s Free

See 'Home Page' for more details

Monthly - first Wednesday - Silent Reflections for members - at 2:00 to 3:00pm. We invite members to join us for monthly Silent Reflections in the building and outside in the adjoining open spaces. Quietness begins as you enter the gate of Llangiwg - you are welcome to join in and be silent between 2.00 and 3.00pm.

"The Friends of Llangiwg" - meet on the third Tuesday of every month in the lounge of : -
"The Ivy Bush Hotel"
103 High Street, Pontardawe. SA8 4JN.
Meeting start time 7:00 pm.

Events programmed include:
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School children visit Llangiwg Church for history talk.
School children visit Llangiwg Church for history talk.
Social Functions at Llangiwg.
Social Functions at Llangiwg.