Hosted by BrawdyHayscastle YFC
29 March at 19:30 – 22:30
The Cross Inn, Hayscastle
Have you ever thought about helping out in your community?
Do you feel as if you need more fresh air and exercise with modern technology keeping you away from the healthy lifestyle?
Would you like to meet other people and learn about the creatures we share our lives with?
Thank goodness you haven’t got to go far nor will it be costly because the Hayscastle Environmental Society can help you achieve all this and much more if you care to come along to one of our meetings or activities.
To all those who use the Community Woodland, and enjoy seeing the flower beds in the village or dislike seeing litter decorating the roadsides, remember this is all work of the H.E.S. who are reaching a crisis in their membership. New and younger members are needed to be able to continue with the work in progress or some of these activities will cease to be carried out and it is worth remembering that they are not likely to be taken over by any other group or council. It maybe indeed in the not too distant future Pembrokeshire County Council may offload some of the grass cutting carried out in the area. We need to be prepared. We are indebted to all those who have played their part over the last 17 years and helped in putting some pride into the village. Please help to keep the continuity going. There is no age barrier, under 18s and students are free Those who wish to join pay just £6 per year to cover the cost of speakers, meetings, insurance and other incidentals. Unless you join in you will never realise all the other opportunities available.
Come and see us at Hayscastle Show on 12th August, at our next meeting in the Community Centre on 4th October at 7:30pm or join our next litter pick on 16th September, meeting outside the Community Centre at 2pm, equipment provided.
The well-known Pembrokeshire group The Stangs recently played a gig at The Cross Inn. A busy pub was thoroughly entertained by this excellent trio of young musicians who got many of the locals up on their feet and dancing away to their 60’s style sound!
Let’s hope they are back at The Cross again soon!