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A MODERN-DAY take on Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is to be performed by Valleys students.

Pupils of Penydre High School, Gurnos, Merthyr Tydfil, will stage their production Breaking the Mould on May 7 and 8 at the school's main hall at 7pm.

Tickets cost from pounds 3.50 with concessions to pounds 15 for a family ticket. Contact Penydre on 01685 721726.

THE Wentloog Townswomen Guild will be welcoming Cardiff's Lord Mayor councillor Gill Bird to one of their meetings, which will also feature musical entertainment.

Councillor Bird will be at the Guild, Rumney Memorial Hall, Wentloog Road, Rumney, Cardiff, today where entertainment will be provided by Dizzi Celli, an electric cello duo.

Entry is pounds 2 and for more information call 029 2079 5663.

ENVIRONMENT Wales is seeking volunteers who can spare at least three days a year.

The agency is particularly keen to find two people with an interest in the quality of air, water and public health to join their Environment Protection Advisory Committee.

Also wanted are three people who can provide advice on conservation and recreation to fill vacancies on the Fisheries, Recreation Advisory Committee Wales.

For more information or application forms contact Sarah Carmichael on 029 2046 6248.

A PRODUCTION of John Godber's play Teachers will be staged at Barry Comprehensive School on April 29 and 30, starting at 7pm. Ticket prices are pounds 2 for adults and pounds 1 with concessions.

The play evokes life at a modern comprehensive school. In the play, Mr Nixon, the new drama teacher, arrives to find that life at the school will be a massive challenge.

RESIDENTS are being invited to a series of road shows aimed at getting to know your local police officer.

The tour starts in Canton today, in Cathedral Road, from 9am to 11.30am, and then Despenser Gardens from 2pm to 5pm.

Tomorrow officers will be at Canton Court followed by Lawrenny Avenue. Wednesday's locations are Ninian Park Road, followed by Neville Street.

On Thursday, it moves to Severn Park Road followed by Thompson Park and on Friday Sanatorium Road followed by Cathedral Road.

The tour then continues through Canton and Ely next week.

A POSTCARD fair is being held at Cardiff's Star Centre in Splott on Saturday, April 19.

The event is being organised by South Wales Post Card Club and will run from 10 am and 4pm. Entry is 50p.

Cards will be available to buy and sell.

For more information call Alun Williams on 02920 624 375 or 07799 287 010.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
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Date:Apr 14, 2008
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