July 6, 2015
The Reverend Zoe King has taken over from Anthony Rustell as the priest-in-charge of the parish of Tongwynlais.
Zoe was licensed by the Assistant Bishop of Llandaff, David Wilbourne, at St Michael’s Church, Tongwynlais last month. She moves to Tongwynlais from Neath where she has been the Area Dean for the past three years and priest-in-charge of the parish of Llansawell, Briton Ferry since 2010.
“I am sad to be leaving Neath after nine years but I am excited about the new challenges in both the parish of Tongwynlais and in my new diocesan role,” said Zoe.
Via – The Diocese of Llandaff
July 5, 2015
National Trust Wales are running a competition to find the country’s Special Places.
Castell Coch is doing well in the Quirky or Urban category. Cast your vote if our fairytale castle is your Special Place.
You can vote online through the Trust’s website, WalesOnline, Facebook or by using the hashtag #specialplaces on Twitter and Instragram. The competition closes on Tuesday 14 July.
July 4, 2015
The TON Group have organised a showing of the classic thriller Jaws in the school hall next Thursday.
Tickets are £3 or 2 Time Credits. Bring your own movie snacks and refreshments. This film is just for grown-ups.
Picture credit – Ian Burt