Blind Veterans is the name of the charity which supports ex service men and women who are now registered blind. They’re organising a fundraising march or sponsored walk along the Taff in Cardiff on 21 March 2020.
You can either sign up to do the walk and raise funds via sponsorship, or you can volunteer as a steward on the day. Details are on this poster.
The snowman on stilts and the choirs from Howells and Ysgol Pencae stole the show on this busy, mild evening. Here are some photos:
The Llandaff 50 Plus group has an archeological project going on at the old Llandaf cattle pound, between the old public conveniences at the top of the steep hill alongside the Cathedral and the Bishop’s Castle. Here’s a photo of volunteer students from Bishop of Llandaff School who have been digging to reveal the old cattle pound’s secrets. Donna Howard of the group explained the history of the Pound and visitors to the dig are able to learn about the history of the Bishop’s Castle, along with a timeline. This and work on the Heritage Centre is all thanks to a series of generous grants, listed on their website: “£200,000 Welsh Government grant , £3,000 from Cardiff YMCA (1910) Trust, £10,000 for National Lottery Heritage Fund, £5,000 from National Lottery Community Fund and £10,000 from a local charitable trust to help provide a 50+ community activity centre and heritage room in the heart of Llandaff village. ”
Warwickshire is the destination for this year’s annual coach outing of the llandaff Society. The first port of call is Charlecote House and Park, followed by a visit to the home of the Bard, Stratford Upon Avon. Details on this poster:
There’s a marathon reading of Shakespeare in June at Insole Court with two ‘sittings’ of sonnets: