Llanferres Bonfire Night to go aheadIt’s been confirmed that the Bonfire and Fireworks will go ahead on the Glebe Field in Llanferres this year, thanks to the Church and the builders. This will be the final event, so all monies raised will go to local causes. It takes place on Friday 5th November at 7pm.CRC Mountain Bike EventThank you to all volunteer marshals from the organisersSee centre pages of October News & ViewsLlanferres Parish Gardening ClubAnnual ShowThis year’s show saw bumper entries. Results hereHe’s done it!Owen Hall, 17 from Llanferres has run the whole length of the Offa’s Dyke path, a distance of some 177 miles!. more...Pothole Planting One local resident found a great way to highlight the potholes in Llanferres village and within days the main ones had been filled - can’t be a coincidence can it?Tug of War picturesSee slideshow of pictures from the Ysgol Bro Famau, Llanferres Summer Fair Tug of War competitionReopen Mold Railway Station?There’s a movement to reopen the railway to Mold and the Mold railway station. Visit the website to see the proposal and sign the petition if you’re in favour.Green Pennant AwardLlanferres Park has been awarded the Green Pennant for the fourth year running. The scheme is now run by the Keep Britain Tidy group.
Old People’s Welfare Christmas Lunch on Saturday 4th DecemberA lovely meal was enjoyed at the Druid, with the usual 5 star silver service. Pictures here.
Tai Chi updatePlease note: the Beginners Tai Chi Taster Classes have now started at the Village Hall in Gwernymynydd. More details here
Perigee Moon - did you see it?Some pictures taken by Adrian Walls who was alert to the occasion and managed to snap it before it disappeared behind cloud. Click hereZip WildLooks like Zip Wild are pressing ahead with their Moel Famau plansClick here to see what’s occurin’See what the objections are here:http://moelfamau.com/Latest article on the Free Presswebsite hereWorking Party on the Park.Thank you to everyone who helpedout on Saturday - a good turn out shifted35 tonnes of ‘cushionfall’ in 2 1/2 hours!And some other vital maintenance work completed - well done all!
Royal Welsh Freedom of the County June11 in DenbighReport and pictures on the Free Press website click here
2011 CRC Mountain Bike MarathonOnce again the community is marshaling this event to raise funds for the Playing Field. Volunteers are desperately needed, please contact Dan Hurst for details. Web address for the event is:http://www.mtb-marathon.co.uk/
Mold Food Festival 2011This year’s event is on 24th and 25th September, and looks like being another great occasion. Details hereTo enter the W.I. supported Bara Brith competition - download the entry form here.
The Diamond Jubilee beacon was lit on Moel Famau on Monday 4th June at 10pm.The beacon was one of over 4000 Beacons to be lit by communities to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee. For more information please visit http://www.diamondjubileebeacons.co.uk/
Jubilee Party 3rd JuneA great time was had by those who attended the Jubilee Party on 3rd June. Congratulations and thanks to the organisers - June & Tim, Dan & Mel, Jane and Jac. Pictures here2012 Garden Show is on 1st September this year Download the scheduleand entry form herePremier League CompetitionAlan Atlas scooped the top prize (and more). Final table here.
Vandals attack cars in MaeshafnCars by the Village Green in Maeshafn have been “keyed” by mindless vandals recently. Please be vigilant.
1st December Christmas LunchA lovely lunch was enjoyed by the older members of the community on 1st December 2012 at the Druid Inn. The committee members did another excellent job of fund-raising for and organising the event. A lovely meal, served by willing volunteers was followed by excellent entertainment from the Ruthin-based male voice choir, Cor y Porthmyn.More pictures here.
Welcome to our website, it is the companion site to Llanferres News & Views, the monthly magazine for the communities of Llanferres, Tafarn-y-Gelern, Maeshafn, Pant Du, Loggerheads and Cadole, in Denbighshire, North Wales.
Good turn out for the Auction of Promises raising funds for Denbigh’s National Eisteddfod.Pictures and update including the amount raised in May’s News & Views
An eventful end to March andbeginning of the Easter holiday period led to a Llanferres wedding hitting the national news. Read the story behind the wedding in April’s News & ViewsClick on the photogaph for more pictures of the wedding and the snow!
WORKING PARTY ON THE PARKA good turn out for a Working Party on Llanferres Park on Saturday - April 27 shifted 40cu metres of bark in less than 2 hours and tidied up the Park!The Playing Field Committee are grateful to all who turned up and brought the Park up to scratch.
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TOUR OF BRITAIN PASSES THROUGH September 18 2013...
The Llanferres Female Voice Choir (plus a couple of guest tenors) raised a fantastic £242 by carol singing around the village on Saturday evening (November 30).The funds will ensure turkey is back on the menu for next Saturday’s Christmas Lunch at the Driuid for our more senior citizens, and we can hold the gruel back for another year. Well done ladies (& gents)!
Older Persons’ Christmas meal 2013
THANK YOU to everyone who braved the elements and came to the Christmas Quiz night on 18 December. We raised a fantastic £300!!!We hope you enjoyed the quiz - 14 teams battled it out and Brute Force & Ignorance eventually won the day, just edging ahead of the Headstrongs in the last round. The keenest nose prize went to the youngest team - Much Quiz Such Wow! And 3 teams shared the Bonus Question Christmas Crackers Prize: Where’s Watson, Demon Dogs and Turkey Twizzlers.
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Llanferres Playing Field & Recreation Association has bagged a share of a £11.5million carrier bag charge fund
The Playing Field Association is delighted to announce they have bagged £12,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. The supermarket teamed up with Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help initiative, which saw grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 – all raised from the 5p bag levy – being awarded to environmental and greenspace projects. Eight million shoppers voted in stores up and down the country. And it can now be revealed LPFRA has been awarded £12,000. The results have been announced and we will now begin work on bringing our project to life. continued