Any waste that was not collected last week is due to be collected on your next scheduled collection day. Green waste collections are cancelled this week.... #SullyandLavernockCommunityCouncil #sullyandlavernock #bincollections #refuseandrecyling
Hi everyone. We are hoping to start an after school chess club in sully library. The suggested day has been Thursday but could change to suit majority. Time would be starting at 3:45 or 4:00 for 1 hour. Children will need to have access to a chessboard. If interested please email with the day that suits you best. There is no age limit at the moment and it's a social meet purely to enjoy the game and hopefully pickup some skills Kind regards Njeri Bartlett njeribartlett@gmail.
With The British Red Cross Society we have been running short First Aid Courses in the Old School, for those over 65. They have been very well received by those attending and it has been agreed to continue them into March. The courses are only 2 hours long and their aim is to: Teach easy basic First Aid in a relaxed and informal style. Give people the confidence to help others in a crisis. Support other more able people who are not sure what to do. Build confidence and willin
Friday 23rd March THE Prince of Wales delighted families, staff, supporters and volunteers when he greeted and chatted to them at Ty Hafan children’s hospice. Read article here #SullyandLavernockCommunityCouncil #sullyandlavernock #Tyhafan #princecharles
As part of their pollination project they need to fill the planters with pollinating plants. All children have been asked to bring one or more of the following w/c Monday 5th March: early heathers, bugle, crocus bulbs, rosemary, forget-me-nots, lavender, marjoram, aster, thyme, sedum, honeysuckle and late heather.
The plants are due to be planted on the 8th March and I wondered if the gardeners of Sully might be able to help them out again. Any donations of pollinating pla
Do you work with or know people who are housebound and could benefit from the Vale Libraries Home Library Service? This Service uses volunteers to deliver books to people in their homes. This free service is ideal for anyone who can no longer get to a library themselves because of disability, mobility or other issues. Every four weeks a volunteer will drop off a bag of books for the reader and collect the previous month’s books.
The volunteer can bring books in a number of f
The Leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Chair of the Schools Budget Forum have jointly written to Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams, and all parents in the Vale setting out their concerns over the chronic underfunding of education in the County. Read full article here #SullyandLavernockCommunityCouncil #sullyandlavernock #teaching #schoolbudgets #valeofglamorgancouncil
It’s a lovely addition to our village. Thank you to Ken Jones for organising it. Brian Colston and Richard Paton for fitting it And the community council for backing and paying for it. There will be a presentation to Thelma Bartlett and Millie Haw’s family soon. #sullycommunitycinema #CentennialBench #SullyandLavernockCommunityCouncil