The village defibrillator is in the old phone box at Village Green.
the village craft group
The village craft group meets on the 4th Tuesday in the month - 27th February, 26th March - from1:30pm to 3:30pm in the Old School Hall. The cost is £2 plus £1 for unlimited refreshments with any profits going to charity - this year that will be 1st Montgomery Brownies. Funds from 2023 raised £250 for the Havenmore Hedgehog Rescue Centre in Newtown. This is a great charity and if you’d like to help, you can adopt a hedgehog for your garden through them.
All are welcome to work on their crafts or just sit and chat over a cuppa or two - we even have a men’s table now!! 👍
For more information, give Peter or Jane a call on: 01686 668368.
We look forward to seeing you all.
The Ladies Club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm in The Old School Hall. Annual membership is £20 but non-members are welcome for £3 for the evening, which always includes refreshments.
On the 19th March, PCSO Amie Bartlett will talk about Keeping Safe from Scammers and on the 16th April, the talk will be by the Long Mountain Flower Company.
If you want more information, please call Marilyn Pettit: 668523 or Lynn Davies: 668247.
The scheme has been flourishing over the past year with over 520 refurbished bikes passed on free to delighted new owners after necessary work and refurbishment. We also carry out servicing to anyone’s bike to get them back on the road free of any labour charge - we just charge the cost price of any parts used.
So, if you’re looking for a bike, give Brett a ring on 01686 669730 and we should be able to help.
Getting on a bike not only gets you fitter but also saves CO2 - recycling a bike saves about ½ tonne of CO2 compared to making a new one.
There will be a full programme of monthly walks from the village on the 4th Wednesday of every month. We are also regularly invited to join the Montgomery group on the 2nd Wednesday of every month and the Berriew group, which offers two walks a month, but not on any fixed days.
A number of folk are regular walkers with their dogs. Sadly, there is an increasing problem of dog mess. Please ensure that every dog walker clears up thoroughly after their dog every time.
I wonder how many people have made use of the walk display on the end wall of the village bus shelter?
Keep walking and enjoy our beautiful countryside, but please remember the Country Code:
Look out for details of up-coming walks and join us if you can to share the beautiful area in which we’re very fortunate to live. If you’d like more details, please contact me: Mike Membery at email@example.com or give me a call on 01686 668643.
We’ve recently bought our own soopa-doopa, heavy-duty, mega-fast, industrial-strength commercial printer and have produced our own Llandyssil Newsletter. It’s only a 4-page (1 sheet) affair, but it is a newsletter. This has been distributed locally but is also available to download from this link. You can read it on your screen or download and print it if you’d rather have a paper copy.