FRIENDSHIP CLUB – The October meeting was held on the 25th with 29 present and 11 apologies. Speaker this month was the Rev John Rogers who gave a talk on the Bayeux tapestry depicting the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and which is on display in France.

Chairperson Mrs Mary Jackson, has received a letter from Older People's Commissioner for Wales, Sarah Rochira praising the club for the busy programmes throughout the year.

The harvest festival service was very well attended and £110 was raised to be divided between the Church and Cancer Research. The Western Super Mare weekend was huge success with everyone enjoying themselves and joining in the fun.

A committee meeting has been arranged for December 14 at 1.30pm at Dolau Bran. Everyone welcome and bring your ideas for next year’s programme. A donation of £150 has been received by the bowls club thank you very much.

Next month’s meeting takes place on November 27 and will be the AGM.

CHRISTMAS IS COMING - Plans are afoot for the annual "Turning on of the Christmas Lights". This will take place on Friday, Novbember 29 with a 5pm start for turning on of the Christmas Lights at 5.30pm. This year will be a Victorian theme.

The Mayor and the Town Council invites you all to this festive event. There will be mince pies and mulled punch, Rotary Father Christmas, Town and School Choirs, Christmas Stalls and Children's Rides. Prizes for the school children's Poster Competition will be presented.

Also on Saturday, November 30 the Warden of Llandovery College invites you all to a Victorian Christmas Craft Fair from 11am in the College Library and Concourse. All those who are interested in having a stall at the turning on of the Christmas Lights event please contact Liz McGill on 07585447691.

The large Christmas Tree will be sited in its usual place with another at the site of the Town Hall. Smaller trees for businesses need to be purchased/erected independently.