Correspondent: Caroline Pearce firstname.lastname@example.org
Altar flowers for May ReneeBrass cleaning Margaret Morris
and Sue Hutchison
JULY- Margaret Morris AUGUST- Margaret Morris
Readings for July
7th Janet Mellor 14th Jim Cross 21st Barry or Ruth 28th Valley Thomas
Readings for August
4th Margaret Morris 11th Annie Wilde 18th Caroline Pearce 25th Connie Morgan
Strawberry Cream Tea on Thursday 18th
of July at 1.30 onwards at the old shop Woodland View.
Project Are also having a coffee morning on Tuesday 23rd July. Superb Raffle and wonderful cakes served at the old shop woodland view
Wyesham Women’s Guild This month’s meeting is on 24th of July at St James’ Community Hall at 2pm new members and visitors are always welcome
Friends of Kymin View Why not drop into the community room at Kymin View School any Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday 9am- 10am. Only 30p tea or coffee, All welcome (you don’t need a child at the school) all funds raise including regular raffles are for the children of Kymin View
Wyesham’s WI This month’s meeting is on the 8th of July at St James’ Community Hall,visitors and new members always welcome, for more information ring 07867992524.
Wyesham Knitting/Sewing and Craft Club Here is a chance to perhaps learn a new skill or pass on
your expertise to a new joiner, or just go for a chat over a cup of tea/coffee need more information ring 07867992524
Friends of Chernobyl Children Monmouthshire As you read this wyesham will have been invaded by the Russian.
Three tiny little children aged between 7-9 from Belarus are being hosted by ourselves (Caroline and pete pearce) and two other family Jo Ruck’s and our new town councillor Emma Bryn’s
It’s 33 years since the Chernobyl disaster and the full implications of which may never be fully understood, but what we do know is that these children need our help, they’re under nourished, small for their age, so our aim is to supply a month of fresh air, healthy living and hopefully stressfree Fun.
While they’re here as well as health check, they will go swimming for the first time in their lives, camping in
the Gower, and a trip sponsored by monmouthshire Rotary club to Bristol Zoo.
This is their first of five years they will be coming to us, they will have very little, if any english, but please if you see us around, smile and say hello.
We like to thank everyone for the donations of clothes and to all that voted on line, I am delighted to say we were successful for award of £1000.
The Savoy Theatre Monmouth Are holding a fundraising FASHION SHOW
at the theatre on Friday 26th July 7.30pm
Monmouth Show Reminder, as
if you need it, is on July 6th at Monmouth Showground, Redbrook Road, 9am-6pm
The Round House on the KYMIN
is host to an exhibition of painting and drawing by local artist Lynda Jones on the 27th- 29th of July and again on the 3rd- 5th of August entry to both the Round House and the exhibition are free.
Wyesham Women’s Guild Will be meeting at 2pm in St James’ community Hall on August 28th everyone welcome.
Wyesham Knitting/ Sewing/Craft ClubCome along to St James ‘ Community Hall if you would like to learn a new skill
or would like to pass
on your skill to others,or even if you just want to chat over a cupper it will only cost £2 and they meet every 3rd monday so that the 19th of August
for more detail phone 07867992524
Wyesham WI Will be meeting at 7pm in St James community Hall on August 12th
Wyesham Community Project The coffee morning this month will be
on the 27th of August 9.30am until 11.30am mum’s bring the kids have cake, coffee, and a chat, and try your luck at the fantastic raffle.
FITSTEPS is on every Wednesday and Friday 10.15am at St James’
Community Hall,Sophie Stevens is offering you chance to get fit well having fun learning to dance strictly style.
Line Dancing At Kymin View Primary School Community Rooms on Thursday at 6.30pm -8am for a warm welcome great fun no previous experience necessary.
Friends Of Chernobyl’s Children
Well as you read this our three little Russian children who have spent a very happy month with us, are on thier way home with mixed feeling
no doubt, torn between the sorrow
of leaving after such fun in a healthy environment and the joy of seeing their families and friends again, while they were here they attended a centre in Raglan every week day, learning
to play with toys and games, playing outside and doing crafts.They went
on visits to the Dentist, Optician
and Chiropractor. But most of the outings were more fun, ranging from playgrounds, soft play and farm parks. The beach and swimming were very popular,
The children were given lots of useful things to take home with them, including all the kindly donated clothing, a year’s supply of vitamins, toys, toiletries and stationery.
Most importantly they take home
some wonderful memories, aspirations and hope for the future, and the knowledge that they have, in a small pocket of the Welsh countryside,
someone that care for them, so much
so to have them back next year and subsequent years to follow.
Friends of Chernobyl’s Children Monmouthshire Are an independent charity, who aim to improve the immune systems and general health and wellbeing of children who live in Belarus in the areas most affected by the Chernobyl disaster.
They bring children, accompaniedmby interpreters, to Monmouthshire (Three children are coming to Wyesham) for recuperative visits. The children will stay with host families but attend a centre each day, they receive dental and optical check, enjoy activities and outings and return home after a month with a supply of vitamins and donated clothing as well as many happy memories, if you have any children’s clothes age 5-12 no longer needed please think about donating it to us. Caroline will collect if necessary contact 01600 714603.
Do you believe in food waste? We at Food Box Monmouth don’t. A new initiative that collects surplus edible fresh food from local supermarkets and gives it out to people in need in our community.
The group was started by a few like minded, forward thinking people, whose aim is to stop the vast amounts of food that would otherwise go into the bin and put it into homes who need it.
So far Food Box Monmouth has collected and distributed 11 tonnes of surplus edible food equivalent to 35,000 meals.
People in need can come and collect it from their closest distributor in several areas of Monmouth, or have a delivery to their homes for people who are struggling to get out.
Fruit and veg comes with a small charge,just to cover transport as it comes mostly from Cardiff so a
£2 box is worth over £10 or a 50p bag for a carrier bag, so if you or someone you know could use a little help just check out facebook for notification when food is available in your area. If in Wyesham contact Caroline Pearce on 01600714603 to be put on my list I will deliver as and when.
Wyesham community project Will be having
a wonderful coffee morning on May 21st 9.30am – 11.30am. Raffle and homemade cakes. Everyone welcome.
FitSteps Exciting new classes start 1st of May at St James Community Hall… Sophie Stevens is offering FitSteps F.A.B (for all bodies ) on Wednesday as well as Fridays both classes at 10.15am
Line Dancing As well as New Line Dancing beginner classes at Kymin View Primary school on Thursdays 6.30pm -8am £5 per class.
Off Centre Theatre are organising a Pre-Love Quality Sale Saturday 4th May 11am-3pm at Ty Price Hall. St Thomas’s Sq Monmouth. Admission 50p All proceeds to Children’s Live Disease Foundation and Velindre Cancer Centre.