BWLCHGWYN BULLETIN Your Village Your News December 2014 / January 2015 DON’T FORGET! FRANK HENNESSY AND FRIENDS in the Village Hall on Saturday November 29th at 7.30 pm Doors open at 7.00 pm. The Hennessy’s are Wales’ most travelled and popular Folk Group. From the 1960’s to the present time Frank, Dave and Iolo have produced a fabulous fusion of Celtic music along with a highly developed sense of humour. Frank produces and presents his two-hour award winning show—Celtic Heartbeat—every Sunday evening at 6.00 pm on BBC Radio Wales. Joining them for a guest appearance will be local poet Les Barker who is best known for his comedic poetry and parodies of popular songs and his appearances with the Mrs Ackroyd Band. As well as touring Britain, Les has taken his unique brand of humour all over the world. Tickets £5 from Ann Ankers 752710. Kings Head 752960 (or at the door if not all sold beforehand). Bar, refreshments and raffle. BWLCHGWYN PRIMARY SCHOOL UPDATE Residents will probably be aware from local press reports at the time, that following a review by the Schools Inspectorate, Estyn, a number of issues were identified that unfortunately led to the school being placed in to ‘special measures’ in December 2013. Essentially, what this means is that staff, the governing body and the Local Authority are placed under additional scrutiny whilst they work together to address the issues, and demonstrate to Estyn on subsequent assessments that sufficient improvement has been made in order to take the school out of special measures. Whilst parents have received regular updates from the school on the progress made to address the issues, it was felt that all residents would also be interested to receive an update and consequently we contacted the Headteacher, Susan Williams, who was happy to provide the following progress report outlining the situation as at early October. “Bwlchgwyn School is a happy vibrant community, which has come through the difficult past twelve months thanks to the dedication of its staff and the support of the parent body. The school has been supported by the Local Authority and by GwE, (the North Wales consortium commissioned to secure the best conditions and to enable the highest standards to be achieved in our schools). So far, there have been two revisits from Estyn, and another is expected in late October or November. The Inspection report published in December 2013 made nine recommendations, and each revisit checks the progress made towards meeting them. The Governing Body receives a report on each revisit, but these are not published on the Estyn website. There are four levels of judgement given to each recommendation; not yet addressed, partly addressed, largely addressed, and fully addressed. At the first revisit in March, one recommendation was fully addressed, six were partly addressed, and two were not yet addressed. Not all recommendations have to be fully addressed for a school to be taken out of special measures and the final report when this is achieved is published. At our last revisit, which took place in late June, one recommendation was fully addressed, four recommendations were largely addressed, and four recommendations were partly addressed. The school is optimistic that the next revisit will again be positive, as much work has been done throughout the holiday period and during these first few weeks of term with the aim of being taken out of special measures at the earliest opportunity. In July 2014, 100% of our 14 year 6 pupils achieved the expected level or higher in English and Science, and 93% in Maths. At the end of Foundation Phase, 100% of our 11 pupils achieved outcome 5 or above in Mathematical Development and Personal & Social Education, and 92% in Language, Literacy & Communication. At the start of this academic year the school has 90 full time pupils and 16 nursery pupils who attend in the mornings. There is currently a waiting list for Early Years places’” NEW PCSO Our PCSO Lyn Davies has been on sick leave for some time. Her temporary replacement is James Humm whose contact details are :Tel 07880156915, email [email protected] VILLAGE HALL – VACANCIES BVHA needs volunteers to fulfil specific roles on the management committee as follows: Communications: We need a person with an interest and skills in marketing and promoting the Village Hall through all channels – particularly social media. We’re looking to promote its use in the future and we recognise the need for someone to take on this role. Events coordinator: We also need someone with an interest in staging events in the Hall’s own right: looking at different ways to use the facility and arranging (with the help of the rest of the committee) events which will bring income and profile to the Hall. Both of the above roles will entail attendance at committee meetings of which there are likely to be around 10 per year. Other volunteers: For those who want to assist but don’t want a regular role, we’d like to set up a list of people who could help with one off events, or with regular maintenance. If you’re interested in any of the above, contact Jerry on 07777 660783 or by email at [email protected] NEW CHRISTCHURCH APPOINTMENT The Revd Chancellor Pam Powell, currently vicar of Llansanffraid-ym-Mechain and Llanfechain and Area Dean of Mathrafal (in Powys), is to be the next priest in charge of Christchurch, Bwlchgwyn and St Mary's, Brymbo. Pam will also be required to spend time working for the diocese as Transition Missioner, which means that she will be overseeing a team of mentors helping churches to deal with the various challenges and pressures that so many of us face these days, with fewer clergy, plenty of old, underused buildings and the ongoing need to nurture active congregations that can engage with their communities. Pam is a former school teacher who has served in this diocese since she was ordained in 2003. There will be a special service to welcome her into the area on Sunday January 18th at 3.00 pm at St Mary's, Brymbo, to which well-wishers from the community are warmly invited. This service will replace the usual 9.30 am morning service. SCHOOL HOLIDAYS School closes on Friday December 19th and reopens on Tuesday January 5th. Inset day on Monday January 4th. THE NEW BWLCHGWYN WEBSITE…... is now available at www.bwlchgwyn.org. and anyone wishing to put village information on it should contact Simon Stone on [email protected] A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Nadolig Llawen a Blwyddyn Newydd Dda. STILL ON TWO WHEELS AT 71 YEARS OF AGE! In response to your request for articles for the Bwlchgwyn Bulletin, I think that I might have a slightly unusual hobby, especially for a 71 year old! I compete in Classic Motorcycle Racing, both here in the UK and on the continent. I have seen some beautiful places and met some very interesting people, including several former World Champions, who still put a great deal of time and effort back into the sport which they love. I have competed in the MC Piston Bustio to Colombres hill climb, run in the Asturias region of Northern Spain (10 times ) and was the only non-Spaniard at the El Sardinero Road Races held on the outskirts of Santander in 2011 and 2012. I was given a special dispensation to compete here as a reward for my long service at the Colombres hill climb. I rode in the 2010 Grossglockner Trophy Hillclimb in Austria. This was over 12.9 Kms with 27 hairpin bends, starting at a height of 3,500 ft and finishing at 6,000 ft, with the road still snow-lined in June ! My time on a 1959 200 Ducati was just over 14 mins. with visibility on the last third of the course being down to less than 100 metres. (Rather scary that one!) The attached photograph, taken by my friend John Tipping, was at the bi-annual MCW Motorsport Historiker event held in August 2012 at Sankt Wendel in the Saarland Region of Germany. As the only British entry in the 250 cc class I was flying the flag for Wales on a 1962 Italian Aermacchi machine. I was also the only Brit in the 50 cc class on a replica Kreidler. My entry for the 2014 event was cancelled for the reason below. Having competed in various forms of motorcycle sport for over 50 years, including Grasstrack, Speedway, Trials, Sprints and Hill climbing, it all came to a rather abrupt halt at the first meeting of the 2014 season, on 5th April at the twisty 3 Sisters circuit near Wigan, where I slid off and was then hit by the following rider, the impact causing very serious internal injuries, from which I am still recovering. This was my one and only major accident and has been life-changing, to say the least. But that is another story. Glyn Trevor. BWLCHGWYN RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION NOTES Tuesday 23rd September 2014 at the Kings Head Suggestions were requested for how to spend a sum of money available to Bwlchgwyn from the 'Environmental Pot' for improvements to the locale. After discussion, the following suggestions were agreed: Tidying up of the area around the War Memorial; Shrubs need attention, the letters on the memorial itself have faded and need re-painting, the repair required of a post that has been knocked down. The possibility of siting of a new plaque at the view point that looks out West towards Moel Famau was discussed. Adrian Williams suggested it could show the names of the crew of a WW2 bomber that crashed in Bwlchgwyn on a training flight from an airfield near Whitchurch. Updating of street signs in the village (specific mention given to the bent sign on Ruthin Rd and signs on Fron Heulog Hill). It was agreed that WCBC should be consulted first, to see if they would fund this. Dave Lenaerts suggested that the pavement on the main road between Wesley Road and the Moors Inn might be reinstated. Thursday 13th November 2014 at the Kings Head The meeting was attended by our temporary PCSO James Humm. The crime report for the last two months consisted of three incidents. Street lighting failures should now be reported to Steve Tilston—tel No on page 3. Speed restrictions to be placed on the Brymbo link road due to the number of speed related incidents over the past 4 years. A new school is to be built in Brymbo and serious road works will be taking place in the Brymbo area over the next few weeks. Discussions over possible changes to the Four Crosses cross roads will be taking place shortly due to the number of accidents in that area. A lengthy discussion took place about the length of time it is taking to sort out the lease problems between WCBC, BCC and the BVHA. It was felt that nothing much had been achieved since discussions began in March and that possibly interested parties should make their feelings felt to BCC—write or email one of our Community Councillors (see Useful Contact Numbers). FRANK HENNESSY GIG Thanks to Cherry Tree Country Clothing, the Willows Restaurant, Minera Building Supplies, Les Barker and Dave Kelly for offers of raffle prizes for the above. Any other offers of prizes or help during the day, evening and for the tidy up on the following morning will be gratefully received. Contact Ann on 752710 if you can help. VILLAGE HALL UPDATE We’re just past the six months mark, would you believe! The BVHA has now been responsible for running the Village Hall for half a year (just over at the time of going to press) and the committee has just had a review of progress to date – we thought we’d let you know where we’re up to. Tenure: We’re still a long way from agreeing a formal lease – the problems with the land/building ownership need to be thrashed out between WCBC and Brymbo Community Council before we can move towards that. The BVHA is just a (very) interested spectator in those discussions and we await decisions on it with interest. In the interim we’re in the process of finalising a Service Level Agreement with WCBC which can give us some formal status as managers of the Hall pending agreement on the other issues. We’ll keep the community up to date with developments on that as they happen. Finance: Thanks to the excellent efforts of Russ, our treasurer, with support from the rest of the committee, we look as though we’re on target this year to post a small loss (as opposed to the rather larger one we’d expected in year one) whilst still keeping user costs as low as possible. Willingness on the part of the community to book the Hall for various events and celebrations has helped this – and the users have to date been very pleased with the facilities. We’ve also focused on reducing costs where we can – energy use being a big factor – and we’ll continue to do this in the future. However, the Hall could still be more used and we realise that we must focus on this over the next two years or so. Day to day: Sheila and Judy have the booking process running very smoothly now, and we’ll look to move towards an online facility as soon as it becomes practicable. The rest of the committee opens and closes the Hall for one-off events. Cleaning/caretaking: This is currently managed between the users, the committee and one or two significant others: a big thanks to Claire and her team for assistance with a periodic deep clean. But we need more help. We’re heavily reliant on the same faces at the moment and would appreciate an increase in numbers – see the recruiting advert on the front page. I’d also stress the need for users to be thorough in cleaning after your sessions. Frankly speaking we could be better at this. The future: We have some ideas about developing the Hall – depending heavily on identifying funding – but we’d welcome some more. As a committee, we’ve been down to four attendees for the last three meetings and it’s not enough to maintain the status quo and to look at further development: and the status quo is not sustainable in the long term. I’d ask for anyone who’d like to become involved in running and developing the Hall to answer the recruitment advert we’ve placed elsewhere. We need your input and ideas urgently. More soon, Jerry – Chair BVHA. BWLCHGWYN NATURE A few weeks ago we packed our sandwiches and flasks and headed off on a bird watching trip to Burton Mere Wetlands Nature Reserve on the Dee Estuary. The Reserve has been owned by the RSPB since 1986 and was enlarged by the purchase of land at Burton Marsh Farm in 2006 and Burton Mere Fisheries in 2008. The Reserve is a real ‘hot spot’ for nature and is home to a wide variety of birds, mammals (harvest mouse, water vole, hare), bats (Daubenton’s), insects and wild flowers. In winter, the Reserve is home to a wide range of geese, waders and ducks. Indeed, in October 2104, there was a count of 1800 Teal, which had gathered following migration from Northern Europe and 1600 Pink footed geese which had arrived from their breeding grounds in the Arctic Circle and Greenland. It should be noted that the reception building is beautifully designed and has a large stove in the centre to keep visitors nice and warm. Consequently, it is an ideal place to go if you want to introduce your family to nature watching. I must admit that for most of the morning I was grumbling to my wife that bird watching was not like this in the old days. In those days we used to spend hours on freezing cold January mornings looking for birds on the banks of the River Dee and Mersey. I reminded her that on occasions, we used to get so cold that we couldn’t feel out feet or our fingers. She didn’t respond much to my grumbling. I think she just switched off after a while and enjoyed her cup of hot tea and the warmth of the fire. After settling down and setting up our equipment, the first bird that we saw was a cattle egret. This was a lifetime first for us all, so you could imagine our excitement. This bird is usually located in southern France, Spain or northern Africa. It is a large bird, about the size of a Herring Gull. Its plumage appears all white at a distance and it has a heavy yellow bill. You may have seen photographs of this bird taking a ride on the back of sheep or cattle. The habitat was perfect for the egret, because cattle had recently been moved onto the Reserve to help to manage the marshland environment. The Cattle Egrets spend time close to livestock and grab insects and worms that their hooves disturb. This egret was true to form and was regularly walking around and between the legs of the cattle. We spotted large numbers of Black Tailed Godwits, Canada Geese, Greylag Geese, Mallard, Shelduck, Widgeon, Teal and Shovelers on the marsh. In the woodland we spotted Goldfinch, Great Tit, Blue Tit and Nuthatch. We were disappointed not to see any Marsh Harriers or Hen Harriers, both of which had been recently reported. We were determined to see a Hen Harrier, so we moved on to Parkgate, where they are regularly seen. It should be noted that just 4 pairs of Hen Harriers bred in England in 2014. In total, there are 662 pairs of Hen Harriers in the UK, with just over three quarters found in Scotland. Like most birds of prey, the female is larger than the male. This bird breeds in open terrain, moorland and young conifer plantations. In Winter, it migrates over moors, coastal marshes and marshy meadows. However, after walking up and down the promenade a few times, dodging people eating fish and chips and eating ice cream, we decided that it was not to be and headed home. This proved to be a typical day bird watching. We had the highs of seeing a bird for the first time and the lows of not spotting a rare and endangered native bird. If you have any news on nature, then please send details to [email protected] NEW VILLAGE CHILDMINDING SERVICE Louise Bethel has lived in Bwlchgwyn for over 12 years and registered as a childminder in July 2014. She is married with two children aged 6 and 3 years and has been a full time mum for 6 years. Prior to having children Louise worked in the care sector as a Registered general Nurse, a Project Worker supporting adults with learning disabilities and a Senior care worker in a residential home. The Childminding business will be run from the family home and aims to provide a flexible service enabling children to learn and develop through play in a safe, secure and warm home based environment. A wide range of activities and experiences suitable to the age and stage of development of each child will be provided. Whilst her first language is English she will be able to speak and integrate basic Welsh on a daily basis. Living within walking distance of Bwlchgwyn County Primary School and with the intended opening hours of Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm she will be able to drop off and pick up from there on a regular basis. Louise is registered with the Care and Social Services Inspectorate for Wales (CSSIW) who are the regulating body that have allowed her to register as a Childminder and will continue to inspect her to ensure that a professional, high standard service is maintained, thus ensuring the safety, welfare and development of children in her care. She has completed several relevant courses including First Aid and Food Hygiene obtaining certificates in all of them. The childminding service is open to all children and families and Louise welcomes any queries. Please feel free to contact her; 07949310200 or (01978) 501216, or email; [email protected] BWLCHGWYN PARENTS & TODDLERS (& BABIES!) Just a reminder to all new mums in Bwlchgwyn and the surrounding area that they can come and enjoy a coffee and a chat with other mums at their local Parent and Toddlers, whilst their little ones play. New on maternity leave? Bring baby along – they’ll enjoy the stimulation of our song time, our baby toys and the buzz of all the older children at play, while you can enjoy chatting to friendly faces about all things baby. Just £1 for babies under 6 months. Lynne the Health Visitor offers a drop in clinic to check baby’s weight etc, every 2nd Friday of the month – the next one is on December 12th Older baby / toddler, but not been along before, or maybe grandparents or daddy have the kids that day? Everyone is welcome and Dads, Aunties and Grandparents are all coming along with little ones to our friendly group. Just £2.50 per child (siblings £1.50). This autumn we have enjoyed many fun themed sessions including a sporty tots session, a Halloween party and making pop up fireworks for bonfire night. Mums run it themselves so can choose the snacks and craft activities they want for their little ones! A-Star Sports are running a session for us in December – check our Facebook page for dates. AND we have ELSA from FROZEN and another special visitor attending our fantastic FROZEN themed Christmas party on Friday 19th December at the Village Hall. Children will enjoy entertainment and each receive a special gift. Buy tickets in advance only please by visiting a parents and toddler session on either Wednesday or Friday. On a serious note, although mums are attending regularly from as far afield as Wrexham because they like the variety of activities on offer, lots of our Bwlchgwyn mums and tots are moving on as mums go back to work, or little ones move on into early years. So, please come and use this local group while it is still around and don’t wait until baby is older – it really is suitable for all. So come along on a Wednesday and Friday each week in term-time from 10am – 12pm at Bwlchgwyn Village Hall, Stryt Maelor. Go to: www.facebook/playbwlchgwyn, or phone Jane on 07904 125 924. USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS Coedpoeth Police Station—348184 Gresford Police Station—348224 PCSO Lyn Davies—07854336942 [email protected] Control Room on 0845 6071002 Dog Warden Service—292041 Wrexham Council – 292000 Pride in Your Streets - 298989 Brymbo Community Council— Bethan M Hughes. Clerk & Financial Officer 361006 Councillor David Kelly – 752317 Community Councillors Steve Tilston (planning issues and street lighting)– 759251 Bruce Woodfine-Jones )—757028 Melina Jones (public footpaths)– 756530, 07952127354 WCBC Public footpath issues— Mr S Hanratty - 297151 Manweb emergency number— 0845 272 2424 Water Board emergency—846946 Rev. James Harris 753133 [email protected] CONTACT DETAILS Please send articles / news / information for the February/March edition to any of the people listed below before Friday January 25th 2015. Diane Davis, 01978 721215, [email protected] Fiona Simmonds 01978 755848, [email protected] Ann Ankers 01978 752710, [email protected] Anyone wishing to make a donation for adverts or website please contact Gareth Evans [email protected] or 07957942555. Cheques to be made payable to Bwlchgwyn Residents Association and can be sent to Gareth Evans, 3 Pen-y-Dyffryn, Cefn Road, Bwlchgwyn, LL11 5YE. BWLCHGWYN DIARY DECEMBER 2014 / JANUARY 2015 BWLCHGWYN RESIDENTS – The next meeting will be held at 7.30 pm on Tuesday January 20th at the Kings Head pub . Come and support your village . WOMEN’S INSTITUTE – Gwynfryn WI. Meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of the month at Plas Pentwyn, Coedpoeth. The next meetings will be December 9th and January 13th. Visitors and new members always welcome. Any enquiries please ring the secretary Pam Blaze 01978 757607. BWLCHGWYN GARDENING SOCIETY contact Ann Ankers 752710. £2 per session, held on the second Monday of each month (except August) at the Village Hall. Doors open at 7.30 pm with talks starting at 8.00 pm. Raffle and soft drinks available at a moderate cost. The next meeting is the Annual Christmas Buffet and quiz. The 2015 season starts on January 12th with Ian Robinson from Llandegla talking about ’Mixed Cactus and Succulents’ PLAYGROUP Wednesday and Friday sessions are parent and toddler groups at the Village hall from 10.00 am—12.00 noon at £2.50 per child. Contact details Heulwen 07894561336 / Jane 755189 / [email protected] / https://www.facebook.com/ playbwlchgwyn.). The health visitor (Lynne) runs a drop in clinic alongside the playgroup every 2nd Friday of the month. The parent and toddler sessions are self funded and run by volunteers. Donations gratefully received and we are looking for parents to help run sessions. The Monday session is a supervised playgroup at the Cabin Crew HQ, for children aged 2 plus where the children are looked after by the playgroup leader 1.10 pm—3.10 pm for £5. Nicola Roberts 756718 [email protected] INDOOR BOWLS contact David Lenaerts 756134. Held in the Village Hall every Monday from 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm. £2.00 a session. Bowls provided, informal, no special shoes or equipment required. SCOUTS, CUBS AND BEAVERS contact Mike Dawson 359499 email [email protected] Held in the Village Hall, Tuesdays in term time. Beavers 5.00 – 6.00 pm Cubs 6.00 – 7.30 pm Scouts 7.30 - 9.00 pm Explorer Scouts 7.30 - 9.00 pm BABY CLINIC contact 752776. Held in the Village Hall second Friday of month, 10.30 – 11.30 a.m. Drop-in clinic for well babies run by Health Visitor or Nursery Nurse. No charge. Next sessions are Fridays December 12th and January 9th. KARATE Steve Tilston 759251 Village Hall, Wednesday and Friday 6.00 – 9.00 pm . TAI CHI Call in and make some new friends, Bwlchgwyn Village Hall, Wednesdays 8.00 to 9:00 pm. £3 a session. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOR DEESIDE contact Christine 01766 771772. Village Hall, fortnightly, Fridays 12.30-5.00 pm. A group of approximately 10 families who home tutor their children from a Christian perspective. Age range, babies to 16 years. LIBRARY VAN – –from 10.20 - 11.25 am on December 3rd and January 14th at the War Memorial. Enrol on van. New members very welcome, please bring I.D. Wide range of books including Children’s and large print. Books not available on the van can be ordered either in person or via the Library website. Very friendly and helpful. Current members, can you bring your library card if you have one. KINGS HEAD EVENTS Saturday 6th December – Country and Western Singer New Years Eve – Fancy Dress, Karaoke and Disco HOMELINK LIBRARY SERVICE If you are disabled or have difficulty getting to your local library, a homelink library service is provided by Wrexham County. This offers a home visit every four weeks, and provides access to a whole range of library and reference services, including books, audio books on tape and CD, music CD’s, and DVDs. For further information please contact Cefn Mawr Library Tel no 820938. CHURCH SERVICES FOR DECEMBER 7th—2nd Sunday in Advent, Holy Eucharist 9.30 am 14th—3rd Sunday in Advent, Holy Eucharist 9.30 am 21st –4th Sunday in Advent, Service of lessons and carols 6.00 pm 24th—Christmas Eve, Crib service 4.30 pm 25th—Christmas day, Holy Eucharist 9.30 am 28th—1st Sunday after Christmas, Holy Eucharist 9.30 am SERVICES FOR JANUARY 4th Second Sunday after Christmas 9.30 am Holy Eucharist 11th First Sunday after Epiphany 9.30 am Holy Eucharist 18th Second Sunday after Epiphany. Induction service for Rev. Chancellor Pam Powell, 3.00 pm at Brymbo Church 25th Conversion of Paul, Apostle 9.30 am Holy Eucharist SCAFFOLDING available at very competitive prices. Call Paul on 07921 356346 or 07921 523324 for a no obligation quotation. MOBILE HAIRDRESSER Qualified hair stylist and nail technician. Includes gel and acrylic nails. Perms, colours and highlights at half of what you'd pay in a salon. Evenings available for consultation or more advice. Call Julie on 01978 752796 or mobile 07592 930367. MOBILE DOG GROOMING Kelly’s Cuts for bathing, clipping. nail clipping, micro chipping and lots, lots more. Pamper packages available. Call Bethan on 07840 313668. GEORGE EDWARDS AND SON For details of Excursions, Holiday Tours, Private Hire please contact the garage on 01978 757281 between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm Monday to Friday. 49 and 55 seater coaches available. www.georgeedwardsand son.co.uk [email protected] THE WRIGHT PLUMBING & HEATING UK LTD. Local registered plumber for Gas, Oil and LPG. Services available include :- Full central heating installation. Service and repair. Bathroom installations and general plumbing. Call Guy 01978 755537 or 077610 46231. ABSOLUTE STOVES & CHIMNEYS. We install & service solid fuel stoves, chimney liners and offer a chimney sweeping service. Very competitive prices. Hetas registered. Call Paul on 07921 356346 or 07921 523324 for a no obligation quotation. CHERRY TREE COUNTRY CLOTHING ...the ultimate in country clothing and outdoor wear! We are retailers of all of your country, outdoor, hiking and travel needs. Choose from our range of tweed jackets, shirts, walking boots and shoes, outdoor wear, hats, gloves, socks, gifts and accessories. Shop online at www.cherrytreecountryclothing.com or in-store at 19 Well Street, Ruthin, Denbighshire LL15 1AE. For advice or enquires please phone 01978 437029 LOUISE BETHEL'S CHILDMINDING SERVICE. Registered Childminder in Bwlchgwyn. Providing a flexible childminding service, enabling children to learn and develop in a safe, warm home based environment through play. Monday to Friday 8.00 am - 6.00 pm Call 07949310200 or (01978) 501216 or email; [email protected] CABIN CREW—Nicola Roberts 756718 [email protected] Nursery Plus—from 3 years old, open from 10.30—3.15 pm weekdays in termtime. Afterschool Club 3.15—6.00 pm Holiday Club—3 to 11 years during school holidays and inset days 6.15 am to 5.30 pm weekdays. Fees start from %15 per day. Regular bookings not required. On the last Wednesday of every month, during term-time, Jo Jingles will be at the Cabin Crew between 1.30 and 3.00 pm. Cost per family is £4 for each session. BWLCHGWYN VILLAGE HALL The Hall is available to book for large or small, casual one - off or more regular events. If you want to look around or book the venue please do ring Judy or Sheila on 07950 977985. Hall (inc kitchen) £30 for 3 hrs + £10/hr afterwards. Lounge £20 for 3 hrs + £3/hr afterwards.
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