Every Wednesday 7:30pm Ladies Guild began life in 1964 when a group of young women set up a “Young Wives” group. The group flourished and in 1982 the named was changed to “Ladies Guild” in order to allow single and older women to join. Guild is a great place to get out and meet people, we meet each Wednesday at 7.30. Membership is strong with around fifty members, including several original members, attending each week. We   have   interesting   talks   covering   a   vast   range   of   subjects   from   “The   Mary   Rose”   to   “Swansea   Prison”;   demonstrations   have   included   cookery,   flower arranging,   sugar   craft,   batik   and   flower-pot   painting.   Members   support   local   amateur   groups   including   productions   by   Abbey   Players   in   November   and Cockett Amateur Operatic Society in March. We   meet   very   Wednesday   at   7.30   in   the   "Parish   Centre"   with   a   varied   programme   of   talks,   theatre   visits,   Shopping   trip   in   November,   day   out   in   the Summer, finishing with an evening out and meal in July. We   have   had   a   number   of   evenings   in   celebration   of   special   occasions   such   as   the   Guild's   50th   Anniversary   in   2014   when   all   past   members   were invited. There is a shopping trip in November, a summer trip in May or June followed by an evening trip on the last meeting in July. Members look forward to the Christmas dinner as chance to let their hair down; this has been held at The king Arthur for several years. Throughout the year special events are celebrated. Our final meeting in December is a Carol Service together with Mothers Union, followed by sherry and mince pies in the church hall. At the AGM, any surplus cash, raised through subscriptions, is donated to various charities nominated by guild members
For Further information Contact:   						Branch Leader  	     Gwyneth Prestwood         						Secretary   	     Pam Davies Latest
THE PARISH OF KILLAY
St Hilary & St Martin
Y PLWYF CILÂ
PARISH OF KILLAY
The Church in Wales in the Diocese of Swansea & Brecon
St Hilary & St Martin
  PLWYF CILÂ
Copyright Parish of Killay 2018
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Ladies   Guild   began   life   in   1964   when   a   group   of   young women    set    up    a    “Young    Wives”    group.    The    group flourished   and   in   1982   the   named   was   changed   to “Ladies    Guild”    in    order    to    allow    single    and    older women to join. Guild   is   a   great   place   to   get   out   and   meet   people,   we meet each Wednesday at 7.30. Membership    is    strong    with    around    fifty    members, including    several    original    members,    attending    each week. We   have   interesting   talks   covering   a   vast   range   of subjects   from   “The   Mary   Rose”   to   “Swansea   Prison”; demonstrations      have      included      cookery,      flower arranging,   sugar   craft,   batik   and   flower-pot   painting. Members    support    local    amateur    groups    including productions    by    Abbey    Players    in    November    and Cockett Amateur Operatic Society in March. We    meet    very    Wednesday    at    7.30    in    the    "Parish Centre"    with    a    varied    programme    of    talks,    theatre visits,    Shopping    trip    in    November,    day    out    in    the Summer,   finishing   with   an   evening   out   and   meal   in July. We   have   had   a   number   of   evenings   in   celebration   of special   occasions   such   as   the   Guild's   50th   Anniversary in   2014   when   all   past   members   were   invited.   There   is a   shopping   trip   in   November,   a   summer   trip   in   May   or June   followed   by   an   evening   trip   on   the   last   meeting   in July. Members    look    forward    to    the    Christmas    dinner    as chance   to   let   their   hair   down;   this   has   been   held   at The king Arthur for several years. Throughout the year special events are celebrated. Our    final    meeting    in    December    is    a    Carol    Service together   with   Mothers   Union,   followed   by   sherry   and mince pies in the church hall. At     the     AGM,     any     surplus     cash,     raised     through subscriptions,      is      donated      to      various      charities nominated by guild members
         For Further information Contact: Branch Leader       Gwyneth Prestwood     Secretary   Pam Davies
THE PARISH OF KILLAY
St Hilary & St Martin
Y PLWYF CILÂ
PARISH OF KILLAY
The Church in Wales in the Diocese of Swansea & Brecon
St Hilary & St Martin
  PLWYF CILÂ
Copyright Parish of Killay 2018