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Please note that the information below is subject to changes because of Covid restrictions.



Exercise Classes


A range of exercise classes run weekly in the Hall, provided by independent, qualified tutors. Please contact them direct for more information.


Circuits - a class for everyone

Contact Amy on 07747 105292

Monday Mayhem 6.30am - 7.15am
Mature Movers, Mon 4.00pm - 5.00pm
Mighty Movers Tue, Men only 6.00pm - 7.00pm
Circuit Warriors, Tue 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Friday Frenzy 6.15am - 7.15am

K2B physio-physiotherapy led pilates, all levels

Contact Katy on 07929 300894

Tuesday :      9.15am -10.15am
                     10.30am -11.30am
Wednesday : 9.15am - 10.15am
                     7.30pm - 8.30pm
Thursday :     9.15am - 10.15am
                     Mummy & me - babies & toddlers welcome

Yoga - all levels welcome

run by Jeremy - 
Friday:          10.00am-11.30am

Badminton


This is a flourishing Section of Peterston Church and Community Hall, despite having to contend with an array of beams and other aerial hazards, which necessitate an idiosyncratic adaptation of the rules to encompass these obstacles. It provides the opportunity to have fun, exercise and friendship. All levels of expertise are welcome from complete beginners to more experienced players.

There are three separate sessions meeting at different times on different days.

Regular events:

Mondays: Men’s Evening 8.00 – 10.00pm

Tuesdays: Women’s Afternoon 2.00 – 5.00pm

                 Women’s Evening 8.00 – 10.00pm

Fee: £2.50 per session

Contact Details: Sandra Hazell 01446 760248

Friday Film Night


All films take place in the Church & Community Hall.  Doors and bar open 7pm for 7.30pm.   Tickets:  £4


CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO CINEMA NIGHTS TAKING PLACE.

Entertainments


The Entertainment Committee is responsible for putting on a wide range of events throughout the year - from concerts to quizzes, disco to dancenight, and plays to panto.



Fawlty Towers - a Mr Moose Production

Flower and Gardening Club


The Flower and Gardening Club has grown from small beginnings to a current membership of over 120.  Its aim is to provide and opportunity for people with an interest in gardening to meet up in a sociable atmosphere where anyone, whether experienced or with limited gardening expertise can enjoy themselves.

There are seven to eight evening meetings a year, Annual Dinner, AGM and Social, and visits to gardens, estates and Flower Shows.

Topics vary from Garden Design and Management to subjects such as bee-keeping and the development of Victorian Parks in Cardiff.  Always popular is Gardeners' Question Time where two experts are invited to answer questions from the members on a variety of subjects.  The annual pre-Christmas meeting is devoted to a demonstration of festive arrangements.

Plans for future meetings include:  Forestry, Garden Wildlife and the National Trust.

Flower Show


The Flower Show is held on the last Saturday in June and has been an annual event since 1932.  Preparations for the event begin in October and 400 programmes are printed, together with posters advertising the event, and these are distributed free from the middle of May onwards.

Judging takes place at 10.30am on the morning of the show and the doors open to the public at 2.30pm where entry is 60p for adults and 20p for children.

Teas and refreshments are available as well as a raffle.  There are classes for Roses, Floral, Fruit and Vegetables, Floral decoration, Culinary, handicrafts and Art with special classes for younger contributors.

Special Awards are made to the best entrant in each class and prestigious 'Banksian' medal is awarded to the entrant who wins the most points in the whole of the horticultural classes.  The profit on the event is passed on to the Village Hall and that usually exceeds £1000 each year.

Village Market


The Market operates every month selling mainly donated goods and is run by a team of volunteers on a non commercial basis. The profits are passed on to the Hall Committee and provide a sizeable proportion of the Hall funding.

There are homemade baked goods (cakes, bread, scones, pies, pasties, quiches etc), jams, jellies, marmalades and chutneys for sale and garden produce and plants. We always welcome new donations and producers.

Freshly brewed Fair Trade coffee, teas, and homemade biscuits are served.

A large selection of books, are on permanent display in the small hall and can be purchased at any time.

In the Large Hall local organisations/groups are welcomed to come along to publicize their activities.

Regular events:

Village Market - 2nd Saturday of the month (except August) 10am until noon.

Occasional Table Top Sales run in conjunction with Market usually in Spring and Autumn.

Christmas Market and Craft Fair - 2nd Saturday in December (10.00am-2.00pm)

Fees:

No charge for entry to Market.

Table Top events - £ 5.00 per table

Christmas Craft Fair Stalls – contact the organizer for details.

Contact Details: 

Market Organiser: Pat Cadwalladr  Tel: 01446 760267

                                                        email:  pat.cadwalladr@gmail.com

Playgroup


This weekly playgroup welcomes all carers and their pre-school children to this relaxed and fun playgroup. Each week the children have lots of free play, but also a structured activity such as different arts and crafts and cooking. Bring along a packed lunch.

We try and reflect and celebrate different festivals during the year e.g. Easter, Pancake Day, Chinese New Year etc.

So do come along and join us on Mondays (term time only) at 11.45am-1.45pm. £2 a family

If you have any queries please contact Anne-Marie Evans, 07791 623504

                                                               annemarie_2004@hotmail.com


Table Tennis Club


Table tennis is popular and lively and takes place on:
- Monday evenings starting at 6.30pm;
- Wednesday afternoon from 2pm to 4pm.

New members are always welcome.

Cost is £3 per session.

During Covid restrictions:

You need to book attendance with:
Jan Parry at jan_parry@icloud.com;
01446 760842

or Lindsay Gray at  plgray227@gmail.com;   0782 332 5844; 01446 760886