| On Saturday, November 18, there will be a community concert in Beulah Church, Rhiwbina, Cardiff, at 7pm. It is free with a retiring collection in aid of Live Music Now Wales, a registered outreach and development charity which provides music in care homes, special needs schools, festivals and more all around Wales.
|An afternoon charity fayre will be held in the All Saints Lesser Hall, Victoria Square, Penarth, on Saturday, November 18, from 2.30pm until 4pm. Entry PS1, to include cup of tea/coffee. All proceeds to charity.
|Conway Road Methodist Church, Canton is holding its Autumn Fayre on Saturday, November 18, between 11am and 1pm. Stalls will include cakes, books, plants, gifts, bric-a-brac, nearly new and a raffle.
Refreshments. Admission is PS1, with children free. Entrance is from Romilly Crescent. All proceeds for church funds to help develop the community use of this important building.
| Parkinson's Cafe CF23 is on Monday, November 20, 10.30am-12.30pm, at Rhydypennau Library, Llandennis Road, Cardiff, CF23 6EG. People affected by Parkinson's, their family, carers and friends are welcome. Please come and join your local group for friendship, support, information sharing, coffee, tea, cake, a biscuit, and a laugh. Local contact Roger Harrison (07719669458).
|St Illtyd's Catholic High School, in partnership with the Eden Bus and Communities First ECLP, is once again holding a Community Christmas Market at the school on Thursday, November 30, 4pm-6pm. Now in its fifth year, this has become a hugely popular event in the school calendar. Entertainment, refreshments, Santa's grotto and many stalls. Sponsored by Dominos, Rumney. All welcome. Free entry. The school address is Newport Road, Rumney, Cardiff, CF3 1XQ.
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Nov 15, 2017|
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