Sully Friends of Ty Hafan are looking for donations of material that would be suitable for making into clothes protectors for teenagers in Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice. One of our talented committee members , Kay Bowring has devised a pattern that Ty Hafan are delighted with. The material needs to be 70cm LONG and made of cotton or a poly/cotton mix. You will see below an idea of the material that Kay needs, also a sample of the clothes protector that Kay has already designed
Sully Friends of Ty Hafan are holding a quiz night on Saturday 23 March 2019, The Old School Hall, Sully There are 2 food options - ‘ bring your own ‘ or fish and chip supper . Please contact us for details : CLARE HOPKINS 07812721469 , Sullyfriends@hotmail.co.uk To ensure that you have an enjoyable evening , please note the following information : Doors open at 7pm 100% of bar takings will go to Ty Hafan, so we politely request that you do not bring your own drinks🍾🍺😁 The
At the January meeting of the Saving Sully and Lavernock Group it was proposed that the Group look into the possibility of providing a War Memorial within the village of Sully. We, therefore, approached the Community Council to see if they wished to be part of this project, to which I am delighted to say the Council have agreed to give their full support and will be part of the working group. This proposal is obviously at a very early stage but the sub group would like to he
Adult Dance classes (currently 50-80+yrs) will resume after the Christmas break.
Every Wednesday from the 9th January at Sully Old School 11am-12pm.
Let's beat the January blues & greys! shake off the past few week's indulgences and loosen up that stiffness by getting moving again.
You are welcome to come along and give the class a try. Find out why people have been coming back every term for the past five years.
Meet new and old friends. Enjoy exercises that are gentl
Looking to learn something new in 2019 why not search the Vale courses http://www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk/en/working/adult_and_community_learning/Vale-Courses/Adult-Learning-Vale-Courses.aspx #sullycommunitycinema #salcc
Welsh Water is investing over £48 million at Cog Moors Wastewater Treatment works to enhance the treatment process used at the works. The new addition to the works will enable your not-for-profit water company to generate even more renewable energy at the works. This in turn will help us to reduce our carbon footprint and keep customer bills low.
What are we doing?
The work involves the construction of an additional treatment process (an advanced anaerobic digestion pla
There are some changes to waste and recycling collections over the Christmas and New Year period: Normal Collection Days Changes To Monday 24 December No Change Tuesday 25 December Thursday 27 December Wednesday 26 December Friday 28 December Thursday 27 December Saturday 29 December Friday 28 December Sunday 30 December Monday 31 December No Change Tuesday 01 January 2019 Wednesday 02 January 2019 Wednesday 02 January Thursday 03 January Thursday 03 January Friday 04 January
Sully & Lavernock Community Council would like to thank Sully Primary School Eco Council, Sully Brownies, Guides and the Sully Scout Group for decorating the trees provided by the Council. The pupils of the Eco Council decorated the Old School Tree, the Brownies & Guides did the tree outside the Library and the Scout Group did the Pavilion tree. The young people were challenged by the Council to make decorations out of recycled materials. The trees all look fabulous and the