Eventsdiary WHAT'S ON IN YOUR COMMUNITY.
* GLYN Derw School, Caerau, Cardiff, is holding a Christmas fair today from 2.30pm until 5pm.
There will be a grotto where Father Christmas will be giving goodie bags to his visitors.
The PRIDE (Parents and Residents Inspiring the Development of Education) group will be selling handmade gift items and cards.
Community groups Liberty and Unity will be selling Welsh cakes and decorating cakes.
There will be a range of stalls and activities. Entry is free and community members are welcome.
Ring Theresa Condick on 029 2059 0920 for more information.
* VAUGHAN Gething, Assembly Member for Cardiff South and Penarth, holds an energy advice surgery for local residents at Moorland Road Day Centre, Moorland Road, Cardiff, tomorrow at 11am.
Adam Chown, of the Energy Saving Trust, will be there to give advice on keeping fuel bills down, finding the best tariff for your energy supply and keeping warm during the cold winter weather.
The energy advice surgery will be followed by a fish and chip lunch for older residents who come along to the surgery.
For more information call Moira Trezise on 07975 732966.
* THE disability news service Accessible News is fundraising for The Brittle Bone Society and the Merthyr and Cynon Breathe Easy Group from now until December 2012.
It hosts A charitable Christmas carol evening at the Glancynon Inn, Hirwaun, tomorrow night from 7pm to 9pm, featuring the fantastically talented Croeso Singers. Also on offer are mulled wine and mince pies and a raffle.
Tickets are pounds 3 at the door, or call 01685 810432. All proceeds will be donated to Merthyr and Cynon Breath Easy Group and the Brittle Bone Society * A NEW sign language course to bring together deaf and hearing people starts on Thursday evenings in January at Penarth Community Learning Centre.
The course is aimed at beginners and those with very basic skills and will enable the learner to build up their skills and gain an Agored Cymru qualification.
Whether you are employed, unemployed or looking to work in a voluntary capacity, retired or thinking of applying for college or university, now is your chance to learn a useful life skill.
For details contact Penarth Community Learning Centre on 029 2070 1569 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org