| | South Wales Geologists Association's field meeting with Simon Braddy takes place on Saturday, September 14, at 10am. Meet outside Manorbier Youth Hostel (SS 080 976 SA70 7TT). There will be a stroll through the local Devonian stratigraphy exposed at these two beaches, with emphasis on trace fossils and palaeoenvironments. Bring packed lunch. Contact Janet Hiscock at email@example.com, Caroline Davies at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
|A 50p sale will be held in the All Saints Lesser Hall, Victoria Square, Penarth, on Wednesday, September 18, from 2pm until 3.30pm. Entry 50p. All proceeds to charity.
|There is talk on 10 aspects of churches painted by Glyn Pooley in an exhibition at All Saint's Church in Barry on Wednesday, September 25, for an hour starting at 10.45am. The talk is free, and the speaker is Karl-James Langford, author and archaeologist. He will have copies of his own publications available. For further information visit: www.glynpooley.com | |RAFA Club, Riverside Terrace (CF5 5AR) is hosting a fundraiser for Rozmogz Reborn Cat Rescue on Friday, September 27. Tickets for Back to the 70s/80s Magic of Motown cost PS5 and are available by calling 07905 841056.
|Try award-winning Elderfit strength balance and conditioning classes for ages 60 +. Classes in: Ararat Church, Whitchurch; Barry Hospital; Maes y coed community centre; Heath citizens centre; Whitchurch Methodist church; Ely Church of Resurrection; Rumney hub; Wenvoe Community Hall; Pentyrch village hall; Llanedryrn hub; Lisvanne old school; St Mellons hub; St Luke's Hall, Canton; Raydr Methodist Church; Wenvoe community hall; Cowbridge town hall; Penarth Trinity Church. To find out times contact Tom on 07540806437.
|Sequence dancing takes place at Fairwater Social Centre, Finchley Road, Fairwater, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 7.15pm until 10pm. PS3 each with tea/coffee and biscuits. All welcome.
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|Date:||Sep 11, 2019|
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