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  Digwyddiadau Gorffennol/Past Events


 Coffee Morning

15th June

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Canolfan Hermon was the place to be on Thursday 15th June where a Coffee Morning was held by Cylc y Frenni Circle of Churches.  The weather was fantastic the cake stall was full and so was the raffle stall.  Unfortunately we cold have done with more attendees but as it was we were still able to raise £236.  Well done everyone who made this event possible

 Easter Banner

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Susie Copus made an Easter banner for each of our five churches. Here in Llanglydwen, Edward and Arthur Hobbs have just added some stick-on finishing touches.

 Ancient and Modern Pilgrimage

Saturday 8th April 2017

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On Saturday 8th April (the day after St Brynach’s Day), tour by car was organised of the churches dedicated to the 6th-century Welsh saint. These included Llanfyrnach, Dinas Cross, Nevern, Llanboidy, Pontfaen, Henry’s Moat, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Cilymaenllwyd (now a private residence) As well as a visit to Pentre Ifan for the view of Carn Ingli, all having an important role in the life and ministry of St. Brynach.


A good day was had by all – a day which celebrated the life, the work and legacy of St Brynach, as well as bringing the work of the whole Church to a wider audience in the 21st century. Many thanks to all who supported this event and made it such a success including Cllr. Keith Lewis 

David Jones Churchwarden Llanfyrnach

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Joint Carol Service

18th December 2016

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A candlelit Carol Service took place at Llanfyrnach Church.  It was very well attended, a wonderful service and the candles added to the ambiance.  Everyone enjoyed the service which was followed by light refreshments afterwards of cakes, mince pies tea’s and coffee. Thanks to everyone who helped make it a wonderful spiritual gathering.

 Clydau's Harvest Supper,

and Church Bingo Night

14th November 2016


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Fish and  Chips at Clydau Church’s harvest supper in Bwlchygroes Hall. Four generations of one family were present, and guests from as far afield as Berkshire.

Shannon Moyle raising money for a cancer charity at Clydau Church's Bingo Night.

Connie Walter, winner of Flyer Game in Clydau Church's Bingo Night


Children in Need

18th November 2016


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Once again the Ladies of Llanfyrnach Church made cawl lunch and served it with Welsh cakes, Barra Brith, a roll and cheese followed by tea or coffee.  It was very well supported and raised over £300 for Children I Need.  Thanks to everyone who gave up their time to make it a great success.


 Remembrance Sunday

13th November 2016


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This year’s Remembrance Sunday service in Crymych Market Hall was well attended. 2016 is of course the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, and during the service we watched a short film made by the pupils of St Cyres School, Penarth, about the part Welsh soldiers played in the action – the bloodiest of the First World War. Over its 141 days, more than a million people lost their lives. A collection was taken in aid of the Royal British Legion, amounting to £219.38.  Jonathan Copus

Inauguration of Focal Ministers

and a Pastoral Eucharist Assistant

6th November 2016


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At Llanwinio church on the 6th of November 2016 Philip Higginson was licensed as a Pastoral Eucharistic Assistant by the  Ven. Dennis Wight, and at the same service five focal ministers were commissioned for Cylch y Frenni.  They were Maureen Henneveld  for Llanglydwen; Elizabeth Law for Clydau; Sophie Whitmarsh for Mynachlog-ddu and Judy Webb and Philip Higginson (jointly) for Llanwinio. All the above were supported by their family and friends on this important occasion. Philip’s wife, Jwli, presided at the organ with her usual gusto, and the service concluded with a lively rendition of ‘This little light of mine’ which had everyone dancing in the aisle – well, nearly! The occasion also saw Llanwinio Hall coming back into commission for the first time since it was closed down. The keys were made available on the morning of the service and, thanks to members of Llanwinio Community Association and Cylch Y Frenni, the hall was hastily cleaned up and restored to a usable condition just in time to host refreshments after the service. Thanks to all who helped out and made this possible.  Kathie Dubben

 Photographs: Kathie Dubben & Susie Copus

Scarecrow Party and

Joint Harvest Supper

7th October 2016


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At our Joint Harvest supper and Scarecrow Party in Canolfan Hermon on Friday 7th October Sophie Whitmarsh led a short and reflective act of worship, after which we all fell upon our fish-and-chip suppers, watched from the side-lines by a number of scarecrows. Two of them actually took part in the supper, looking suspiciously like Llanglydwen’s Ruth and Alex. When we’d finished eating and all the raffle prizes had been duly won, Clare Williams, Diocesan Children and Youth Advisor, was asked to pick the best scarecrow. And the winner was … a dog! Ronnie belonging to Harry and Joseph Cutler, 18 and 19 months old respectively – though rumour has it they had a little help from grandmother Beverley. Be that as it may, congratulations, lads. 

Narrative – Jonathan Copus

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Llanfyrnach Harvest Festival

25th September 2016



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We are now into the Harvest season and what a wonderful time of year it is.  Llanfyrnach had a lovely thanksgiving service, the church was decorated splendidly and there was a goodly amount of refreshments for consumption afterwardsTracey Olin from PATCH (Pembrokeshire Action to Combat Hardship) gave us an insight into their work and asked for donations of food (tinned goods) clothing and any household items not required any more to help those in hardship. The two churches Tracy spoke to (Llanglydwen and Llanfyrnach) donated their harvest collections amount to £137.80 to the cause. The evening was ended by a rousing hymn and wonderful food donated by the ladies of Llanfyrnach.

 Llanglydwen Ball Race and Fete

29th August 2016


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What a lovely day. Lots of stalls, plenty of people, great burgers and hot dogs, wall to wall sunshine, and an exciting ball race to boot.  We could not have asked for anything better and raised approximately £900 for Llanglydwen church.  Well done everyone and we can confidently say that  a good time was had by all.


Llanfyrnach Duck Race and Fete

30th July 2016


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After a few days of rain, the sun came out and made the day wonderful.  The people of Llanfyrnach church, together with their friends and relatives all pulled together to make the Duck Race and Fete a great success raising £1,300 for church funds, well done everyone and I can safely say that a good time was had by all.


Gwasanaeth Sefydlu

Arddall Weionidogaethol Leol


Service of Inauguration of a

Local Ministry Area

10th April 2016


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The five churches of the Crymych Group have formed themselves into a new Ministry Area, the Cylch y Frenni Circle of Churches.

The inauguration service was held on Sunday April 10th at Canolfan Hermon and was led by The Bishop of St Davids.

The churches were Clydau (St Clydai); Llanfyrnach (St Brynach); Llanglydwen (St Clydwen); Llanwinio (St Gwynio); Mynachlog-ddu (St Dogmaels)

 Llanfyrnach Carol Service

13th December 2015

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What a fantastic night it was at the Carol Service in Llanfyrnach Church.  It was extremely well attended with both old and young and everyone sung their hearts out, rattling the rafters.  There was a quartet of singers, Adam and Jane Legg, Margaret Ware and Susie Copus who positioned themselves in the four corners of the church and sang A Coventry Carol, the result was great.  Caitlyn and Naomi Boulton sang a carol in Welsh and the collection was taken by Olivia and Amelia Dobney.  Afterwards refreshments were handed out and everyone enjoyed the evening.  Thanks to Joyce on the organ, Marnie and Betty organising the refreshments and Joyce Boulton, Marnie, David, Eve and Eunice for decorating the church.  Well done everyone.

 Children in Need

13th November 2015

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Crymych Group of churches once again made Cawl and offered it to the public for a nominal sum in aid of Children in Need. It was fast and it was furious, we heated the cawl, buttered the buns, cubed the cheese and made tea and coffee and offered welsh cakes and Barra Brith for afters. The ladies of the kitchen were in the hall from 10:00 and started serving at 12:00noon. at 2:00pm when we finished the total was £400 but we have to pay expenses so I imagine it would be about £350/£375 in the end.  Well done ladies and gents, (Ted and David on the door) another good job done.

Thanks go to everyone who donated or participated in this yearly event.

 Llanfyrnach Harvest festival
& Harvest Supper 9th October 2015
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Llanfyrnach Harvest Festival and supper was held on the 9th October conducted by the Reverend Jonathan Copus and the Guest speaker was Huw George.  The event was supported by the St Cledwyn Singers who announced that it was their last performance as they were disbanding.  The congregation sang magnificently but not enough to make the roof fall in. The ladies of the church put on a wonderful supper (including wine) of sandwiches, cakes, innumerable fancies and loads of trifle,   together with tea and coffee. Everyone remarked on a wonderful service and a fantastic harvest supper.  A good time was had by all.
 Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir
11th September 2015  Click here to see slide show
A splendid concert took place in the Market Hall, Crymych on the 11th September.  Members of the choir, under the baton of Richard Stephens, were joined by two young soloists from Preseli School - Nia Lloyd and Esyllt Thomas.  The girls sang Benedictus and Cerdd Dant, and were accompanied by their music master, Trystan Phillips.  The choir performed many traditional pieces as well as several contemporary numbers and concluded the evening with a moving rendition of The Battle Hymn of the Republic in recognition of the 2,977 victims of the 9/11 Terrorist Attack, it being the 14th Anniversary of the tragedy.  Photographs curtesy of Judy Webb edited for the web by Eunice.
 Llanglydwen Duck Race & Fete
29th August 2015
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Once again we could not order sunshine but we were not outdone - yes we had some rain then it cleared up and we had not quite sunshine but bright dry weather.  Burgers and sausages were in abundance from Kens butchers in Crymych, cooked magnificently by Eve and Marnie and lots of lovely stalls. The total amount raised for the church was £1,375 after all expenses paid!! Congratulations to all who made it a success. The only complaint we had was that the wasps seemingly drunk all Adam Leg's beer!! REALLY??
 Llanfyrnach BBQ
1st August 2015

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Rain, Sunshine Laughter and Sales was the order of the day for Llanfyrnach BBQ. It started off dry, then it came on to drizzle then the heavier stuff.  It was time to retreat to the cow sheds on Villa Farm.  But this did not deter the supporters. They played Splat the Rat, ate Burgers and sausage rolls by the dozen, had their palms read by Chinese Sue and enjoyed tea and scones to finish. Thanks everyone for raising £900 for church funds.

 Bishop's Visit 18th July 2015

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The Bishop's visit on the 18th July was one of the highlights of our year.  He visited all the churches in the Crymych Group, Plas Dwbl Farm College, Caffi Beca for Eucharistic Prayer and lunch, and Bro Preseli a warden controlled residence in Crymych.  Here is a reminder of his visit to Llanfyrnach Church.

 Hermon Coffee Morning

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On the 2nd July a coffee morning was held at Ty Carrickalinga, Hermon, the home of Eunice and Ted.  Its main purpose besides meeting and greeting friends was to raise money to buy meat so that we could hold a BBQ on the 1st August. Unfortunately the weather was only good for the first hour but it didn't dampen our spirits we continued our drinking and chatting underneath a gazebo and raised £132 in two hours from the entrance fee, the raffle and a fantastic cake stall.  Cheryl Taylor with her Fair Trade stall raised £29.70 for their cause.  Well done everyone.

 Palm Sunday in Llanfyrnach Church

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On the 29th March we celebrated Palm Sunday at Llanfyrnach Church.  The plan was to walk in procession from Llanfyrnach Village to the Church but the weather was having non of it.  It was damp and very, very windy.  So we decided against processing and held our service in church accompanied by a four-piece orchestra.  Tea and coffee were served afterwards and then all went to meet Snowball the donkey who had been waiting patiently in his trailer.  This was a lovely end to the service as he was patted and fed carrots while taking a photo call.

 Llanfyrnach Carol Service

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The Carol Service was conducted by the Reverend Jonathan Copus and was supported by the 1st Llandysilio Brownies, the 1st Derwen Guides, the Rainbows and The St Cledwyn Singers. All came together to help celebrate the Carol Service in Llanfyrnach's Church. Also taking part among the young were two harpist's, a violinist a flautist, all were excellent in their field of music. The church was bursting at the seams and afterwards the ladies of the church supplied refreshments which went down very well. A truly wonderful celebration.

7th December 2014



& Welcome

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We celebrated the completion of the restoration works in Llanfyrnach Church, inviting our benefactress’s family, architect, contractors, and a whole host of people e specially involved in the lengthy and expensive project. At the same time, we commissioned our new Pastoral Eucharistic Assistants (whose job it will be to take Holy Communion to the sick at home and to churches in Communion by Extension) and our Worship Leaders, tasked with conducting non-Eucharistic worship such as Morning Prayer. And as if that were not enough, we welcomed the Parish of Mynachlogddu into our Group.  A multitude of refreshments were consumed afterwards including wine, mince pies, sandwiches, tea and coffee.  Pictures courtesy of Susie Copus, thank you. 


 Variety Evening

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What a  wonderful evening, everyone laughed until their sides ached. Once again it was the brainchild of Angela and Paul Edwards.  They did us proud last year and pulled it off again this year. There were a good many people involved from preparing the ploughman's lunch (or supper) and the tea ladies, to the ticket sellers and the maker of the costumes.  There was also  a raffle with lots of prizes.  In total after all expenses we raised £946.22 for Group Funds. Well done everyone.  Although the lights were not the best for photographs, have a look and see if you can recognise anyone under their disguises!!

Group Harvest Supper

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Our Group Harvest supper was held in Bwlchygroes Hall where Fish (and chips) was served to the multitudes.  Well not quite multitudes but a fair few.  There was laughter and giggles from the children as they enjoyed themselves and the grown ups contended themselves with the food.  Afterwards, Shaz and Richard entertained us with their music and a few were brave enough to have a dance (or maybe shuffle) nevertheless it was quite memorable.

Llanfyrnach Harvest Festival

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Once again the church was decorated beautifully with flower arrangements and lots of produce.  The service was shared between The Reverend Copus and our Lay Reader Mrs Maureen Henneveld. People were asked to bring items that they had been given the ability to make and these ranged from a chair, the whole chair being made not just the seat covering, cardigans, blankets, a duvet cover, paintings, a pinch pot, mittens to mention just some of the wonderful items on show.  Refreshments were served afterwards and it was a real enjoyment to partake in Christian Fellowship.

 Llanfyrnach Coffee Morning

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At the offer of a cancellation Llanfyrnach Church rustled up 14 helpers and put on a coffee morning to help raise money for their church.  It was hard hot work but they raised £200, well done everyone

Pub Praise

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There was much discussion beforehand. Was a pub really an appropriate venue?  The point was also made that the God we worship is not some far-off, unapproachable deity, but one who rolled his sleeves up and got involved in human history – and is still involved, using normal people in everyday situations. So everything was kept as normal as possible, including the restaurant layout (with one table serving as an altar) and the use of an ordinary home baked loaf kindly donated. Common or garden things can be made holy, runs the argument: it all depends on the use you make of them.  Afterwards, it was time for a fellowship meal, which some of the first Christians associated with the Eucharist. Only in this case it was barbecued burgers, bangers and buns in the pub garden, with drinks from the bar.

Pictures Susie Copus

 Llanglydwen Duck Race & Fete


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The Great Llanglydwen Duck Race, held again this year behind the Bont, enjoyed dry and bright weather and attracted a considerable crowd. After prizes totalling £85 and other expenses had been deducted, we were left with £1160.65 to go to Llanglydwen Church funds. More than that, we all had a great time rat-splatting, guessing where the treasure was hidden, buying books, plants, cards, bric-a-brac, wool and all the other things on sale, and enjoying  the refresh-ments.  Total raised for the church was £1,148.65.

Photographs by Eunice & Susie Copus



 Llanwinio BBQ


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The date was set the burgers organised and the weather was looking good for Llanwinio's BBQ.  Although people took their time in getting there the end resultwas good.  Shaz was in good voice, people danced off their calories and a good time was had by all, raising £         for church funds. Photographs courtesy of Jonathan & Susie Copus.  Thank you.

 St Davids Pilgrimage

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On 27th July we made our annual trip to St Davids Cathedral to take part in the Sung Eucharist. Afterwards some of us went for a lovely meal and then a walk round the Motor Museum, whilst others opted for a picnic in the sunshine at Porthgain.  All in all whatever we did the day was a resounding success. Photographs courtesy of Adam & Jane Legg. Thank you

 Curry Night

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The 6th June, was Curry Night in Llanfyrnach’s  books and a fantastic meal was organised by various ladies, some cooking chicken curry, some trifles, and others acting as kitchen hands, waiters, entertainment organisation and the compiling of a general knowledge quiz. Also demonstrated to music, was a canoe trip given by younger members of the evening, organised by Ms Ware.  The food was fantastic; the company great, and a jolly good time was had by everyone who attended.  As it was also the anniversary of D-Day Jonathan Copus led us all in a sing-along of Songs from the Trenches, which was very emotional and jolly at the same time.  The whole evening raised £800 for church funds.  Well done everyone who helped make it a success.

Trip to Aberglasney

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Although there were not many people who went on this trip, the weather was fine and everyone enjoyed it.  Here are some fantastic pictures of plants (and people) photographs by Susie Copus and Judy Webb 

Easter Sunday

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On Easter Sunday we had a great joint service in Llanfyrnach Church, loads of children joined us, we sung hymns that the children knew and whilst we older folk listened to a short sermon, the children went outside on a Easter Egg hunt.  And a jolly good time was had by all I might add. Photographs courtesy of Susie Copus and David Jones

Group Pilgrimage & Service

on Palm Sunday

13th April 2014


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On Palm Sunday, members of the Crymych Group of Churches were led by a donkey named Snowball from the centre of Llanfyrnach village to its Church, to commemorate Jesus’ ride into Jerusalem on a donkey.  Welsh bagpipes, a mandolin and a ukulele accompanied the hymn singing, as did Snowball for a short while, and the children handed out palm crosses to onlookers and delivered some through village letter boxes along their journey.  Those who  were unable to  join in the procession listened to readings  in the church from Matthew by Edith Jenkins, and from Philippians by Dot Swainson.  When the procession arrived at St. Brynach’s Church a service of Holy Eucharist was celebrated by the Vicar, Revd. Jonathan Copus.


Group Service on Mothering Sunday

30th March 2014

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We held our Mothering Sunday Service on 30th March at Llanglydwen church and it was very well supported by both young and old.  The children took part in a treasure hunt with a prize of a box of sweets being shared with everyone.  The grown ups, had tea and coffee as they admired their mother's day flowers which were distributed by the children.

Llanfyrnach Christmas Decorations

December 2013

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The Nativity

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Everyone came together and helped decorate the church for the Christmas Carol Service and nativity, what a wonderful display we hadThe Chancel was transformed into a stable for the nativity. Afterwards we had tea and coffee and food provided by the ladies of the church, I have to say there was not a crumb left.  Well done everyone


Quiz/Variety Night

Friday 29th November

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Everyone gathered at Llanboidy Hall for a quiz and variety evening.  For the first hour we tested our brains and realised just how little we knew, steam was coming from our ears.  After a lovely  ploughman's lunch we were revitalised and treated to a variety of acts from the classical to the hilarious 

and raised over £600 for Group funds.  Well done everyone who took part, supported and gave generously for a fantastic raffle.

Children in Need

Friday 15th November

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Cawl for Children in Need was again made by Llanfyrnach Ladies & Gents and went on sale in Crymych Market Hall, raising almost £400.  Also Jacqui's the Hairdressers  in Crymych sold cakes and tea/coffee and collected £50, thank you to everyone who contributed and an even bigger thank you to those of you who attended and bought Cawl.

 Llanfyrnach Church Harvest Decorations

10th October 2013

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The Ladies of the parish decorated the church ready for their harvest worship

Crymych Group Joint Harvest Supper

11th October 2013

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The new community centre was the venue for the Crymych Group joint harvest supper, and what a wonderful event it was.  All four churches met to share food, fellowship, and hot fish and chips sponsored by Elizabeth Law of Clydau Church, and the ladies of the churches provided sumptuous puddings. I have it on good authority that a wonderful time was had by all. Photos by kind permission of Susie Copus and Hazel Jones.

Opening of Community Centre,


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The Old School in Hermon has been refurbished and opened as a new Community Centre.  To mark the opening there was a guest speaker Mrs George the former headmistress of the school, and Stephen Crabb the conservative member of parliament for

Pembrokeshire also said a few words.  There was entertainment in the form of dancing, songs, exercise regimes, and a myriad of stalls.  The Crymych Group had a stall  which depicted the restoration of  Llanfyrnach Church and various events that had taken place within the four churches of the Group.  Soft toys were sold by the Dobney girls to aid group funds.

 Pilgrimage to St Davids

Sunday September 8th

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Crymych Group of Churches made their annual pilgrimage to St Davids to take part in a sung Matins.

The weather did not look too promising as we started out but the nearer we got to the Cathedral the better the weather became.  The service was beautiful with the cathedral choir and we all enjoyed the hymns.  For lunch, we split and did our own thing and later met up and went to the Woollen Mill where we were treated to a personalised tour.  All in all, a good day with good company.

Llanglydwen Duck Race & Fete

Saturday 31st August

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What a splendid day the weather could not have been better, all the hard work people put in went to plan and over £1,400 was raised for Llanglydwen church.  There was a wonderful Christian atmosphere and it was lovely to see children enjoying themselves. Special thanks to the Landlord of the Bont for allowing the use of his kitchen.  Well done everyone who made the day a success.

Llanwinio B-B-Q

Friday 12th July

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Llanwinio church once again put on a fantastic B-B-Q with entertainment from the Sharron Woolly Band.  The weather was fantastic and the burgers and sausages were cooked to perfection.  The exact figure raised for the church is not known but believed to be between £300/£400.  A jolly good time was had by all.

Italian Evening

7th June 2013

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Hermon Community Hall  was the scene for an Italian evening organised by Llanfyrnach Church, the tables were all named after Italian towns, and there were flags and balloons in Italian colours and even some of the entertainment was sung in Italian.  Five people sang for us and this was after they had eaten Bread sticks and dips, Spaghetti Bolognaise, and a sumptuous pudding.  The whole evening (including a wonderful raffle) raised £720 for church funds - and everyone said what a wonderful time they had, and they were looking forward to the next one!!

 Llanfyrnach Coffee Morning

1st June 2012

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Llanfyrnach Church put on a coffee morning in the Guildhall Cardigan to raise money for church running costs and reached the wonderful sum of £280.  Although it was hard work and we were very busy we still managed to smile.  Grateful thanks to everyone who had a hand in it and a special thank you to the 'Runners' who did a fantastic job.
A Refugee's Story 
3rd May 2013
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By Elizabeth (Lily) Horne. 

A refugee’s life was the subject of a fascinating talk by Liz Horne, who arrived in the UK in 1946 with just a shilling in her pocket. She left behind her family, who after suffering under the Nazis in Czechoslovakia had to endure the arrival of the liberating Russian army with its three-day official ‘plundering time’, when the 17-year-old Liz had to hide in a cupboard to avoid being part of the plunder. The small but appreciative audience listened with pin-drop attention as Liz displayed artefacts which encapsulated her memories. The event raised over £245 for LlanfyrnachChurch.

 Fashion Show

2nd May 2013

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The Fashion Show organised by Beryl Williams of Llanglydwen and staged by Nanette of Kidwelly,  catered for all ages.  Llanboidy Hall, was the venue and the ticket price included cheese and Wine. Proceeds were in aid of Llanglydwen Church and raised £600.  Well done everyone who contributed.


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A Musical Insight
27th April 2013

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On the 27th April, The St Cledwyn Singers led by the conductor Jonathan Copus, held a musical evening to raise funds for the St John Ambulance Service in Jeruselem.  Our guest artistes were Jasmine Thompson and Maisie Thompson two young girls who belong to Dynamix Performing Arts  under the training of Laura Blundall.  There were also audience participation pieces where everyone sang their  hearts out and the choir finished with a roof raising rendition of And the Glory.  At the end of the evening we raised £480 and that is not the final figure as donations are still coming in.  Well done everyone who contributed their time and effort.

Variety Show
17th November 2012

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A Variety Show with a difference Music, Singing, Dancing, Pro’s and even a silent movie were all items encompassed in the production by Angela and Paul Edwards on the 17th November in Llanboidy Hall. Included in the ticket price was a ploughman’s  lunch. The proceeds raised over £1,000 for the church who have to have an enormous amount of refurbishment done and the proceeds of the raffle, almost £400, went to Children in Need   Thanks went to Lynn Burnell who made all the costumes, and Paul who was the compere, Thanks also to all the ‘back room boys’ and girls’ who made this event possible. The evening was a rip roaring success and a jolly good time was had by all.

Children in Need
16th November 2012

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Clydau Harvest Supper

19th October 2012

Clydau held their annual Harvest Supper of Fish and Chips.  The food was organised by Elizabeth Law, and was very enjoyable. There were tea and cakes and trifles of all sorts and sizes provided by the ladies of the church and many raffle prizes.  A jolly good time was had by all. 


Harvest Festival & Harvest Supper

28th September 2012

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Llanfyrnach church was decorated for Harvest Festival by members of the congregation and it looked very colourful.  After the service  friends from Clydau, Llanwinio and Llanglydwen joined us for a joint harvest supper at Cafe Becca.  It was a great success.


September Fete & Duck Race

15th September 2012

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Crymych Group of Churches held a September Fete and Duck race to raise money for the group funds.  It was declared open by Councillor Keith Lewis and the good times started. There was a B-B-Q, plant, book, jewellery cake, cards and various other stalls all manned by volunteers.  There was also an opportunity to see and have your photograph taken with the Olympic Torch which was carried across Cardigan Bridge by Caroline Wilson of Tegryn.  The afternoon raised  in excess of £1,600

Coffee Morning

16th June 2012

On the 16th June Clydau Church held a coffee morning and raffle at the Guild Hall Cardigan in aid of church funds raising a grand total of £235. Well done everyone who gave a helping hand.


20th May 2012

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We were privileged to welcome Bishop Wyn to Llanwinio Church to confirm six people from three of our churches.   The candidates were (from left to right) Amy Corbett, Callum Corbett, Vanessa Thomas, Trystan Sion, Steffan Williams, and Ewan Wilson.  Also taking part in the ceremony were Fr Michael Hart, Dr Jeni Parsons and musical support from the St. Cledwyn Singers conducted by the Reverend Jonathan Copus.  Afterwards there was fantastic food in the Community Hall and a splendid cake made by Mrs Jacky Wilson