I really enjoyed the Hoffi Cerdded walk with you all on Tuesday 1st July - sorry I couldn’t stay for the Hoffi Coffi part.
There were three of us at the Hub on Thursday. It was a useful meeting and we were able to thrash out some July dates, come along if you’re able. And we’ve had the photos of our trip north with Menter Caerffili last month, which was a really well organised outing.
Tafwyl Fair in the grounds of Cardiff Castle on Saturday 12th July is free entry all day. Does anyone want to meet up there? I’ll be taking the train from Barry. Well worth looking for the programme online as there is so much going on, including a learners’ tent, meet some of the cast of Pobol y Cwm, a whole programme of music and lots more.
Tuesday 15th July, as part of Tafwyl Week, there is a talk in the Museum on artist John Constable, suitable for Welsh speakers and learners of all levels. Location: Prif neuadd, Amgueddfa Genedlaethol, Caerdydd. Time: 13.00. Free entry. A couple of us are meeting up beforehand in John Lewis around midday for cafeteria freebies for John Lewis card holders. Would anyone like to join us? I’ll be going in by train.
The next Hub meeting is at 2pm on Thursday 17th July when hopefully we can sort out what’s happening in August. There are at least two of us hoping to go to the National Eisteddfod in Llanelli on the Thursday 7th,
Other stuff: Monday evening 7th July at the Palmerston Centre, there’s a chance to support the activities there by joining in part two of a free WEA course on Welsh history, and a look at the new Welsh Commission Standards coming in.
On Saturday 26th July there’s a Sadwrn Siarad at St Fagans - 10am to 4pm, cost £15 if you book in time. Otherwise, I’ll see you in the Library as usual.