Eventsdiary; WHAT'S ON IN YOUR COMMUNITY.
| THE next meeting of retired Unison members will be held at County Hall in Cardiff Bay on Wednesday from 10am to noon.
There will be a speaker, plus refreshments. New members are always welcome - to find out more call 029 2059 4517 (evenings only).
| A REUNION is being planned for previous students who attended Lyndhurst Commercial College (Mrs Bond) during Year 1951-52.
This is being held at the Ty Glas Pub, Llanishen, on Wednesday from 2pm-4pm.
For details call Pam on 029 2061 4646 or Betty on 029 2069 2771.
| CARDIFF North AM Julie Morgan holds her regular advice surgery on Friday, October 12, from 4pm to 5pm at the constituency office, 17 Plasnewydd, Whitchurch, Cardiff.
She also holds regular advice surgeries on Mondays from 10am to 11am at the constituency office, 13 Llangrannog Road, Llanishen, Cardiff.
No appointment is necessary but the surgeries operate on a first come, first served basis. For more details call 029 2061 4577.
| ON Friday PG10 Coaching has organised a curry and quiz night in Penarth at 7.30pm at Old Saints Church Hall.
Tickets are PS10 for an adult curry and quiz, children PS5 for a hot dog and quiz. To book call 07955 270 870 or e-mail email@example.com | ON Monday, October 15, Cardiff Naturalists' Society hold a talk by Professor Denis Murphy on Invasive Plant Species in Britain: a Historical, Scientific and Socioeconomic Perspective.
The society's meetings are held at 7.30pm in the Harvard Lecture Theatre in the new building of Cardiff School of Management at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Llandaff Campus, Western Avenue.
For details, call Andy Kendall on 029 2077 0707, email firstname.lastname@example.org or look at the society's website www.cardiffnaturalists.org.uk | THE October meeting of Roath Local History Society will be held on Thursday at the Mackintosh Community Centre (Mackintosh Sports Club), Keppoch Street, Roath, at 7.30pm.
Barry Davies will be speaking on "The Meaning of Welsh Place Names". Jeff Childs will also be there to sign copies of his new book, Roath, Splott and Adamsdown: 1,000 Years of History.
Visitors welcome (PS2 each). Call 029 2041 0456 for details.