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VICTORY WORSHIP CENTRE
Victory worship Centre is a church which is affiliated to British Assemblies of God. We have churches at many other locations in the United Kingdom. Victory Worship Centre Cardiff is open every Sunday morning joining together in Llandough War Memorial Hall, 10AM English speaking and 11AM Indian language Malayalam speaking Congregation. Worship, Sunday school, Vacation Bible studies, and other activities in week days. Rev Binoy Abraham is the senior minister. Click here for more details.
The class is a Physiotherapist-led Pilates class for general fitness, strengthening and improving posture. It's a matwork class suitable for all abilities and as I am a Physiotherapist trained in Pilates I can tailor the exercises to the individual during the class if needed. There will be a maximum of 12 per class to allow close supervision and classes will be booked in advance in block bookings.
The class will be held on Wednesdays in Llandough War Memorial Hall from 7.45pm to 8.45pm and on Fridays 5.45pm to 6.45pm. IMOGEN WILLIAMS 07767473236.
Held on Tuesday evenings in Llandough War Memorial Hall.
The contact is Tracey Raikes: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCOUTS AND GUIDES
Scout side: Beavers and Cubs
Guide side: Rainbows, Brownies and Guides
The contact for the Scouts group is Pam Gay: email@example.com and the contact for Guide sections is Judith Anderson, call her on 07765513424 or email her: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some additional information can be found on the following sites:
TANG SOO DO KOREAN MARTIAL ART OF SELF DEFENCE
Tang Soo do teaches all fighting systems from stand up and boxing to ground fighting, self-defence, forms, sparring, championships and weapons. Tang Soo do is a traditional martial art dating back some 2000 years. Within our system we teach Subak (Korean ground fighting) and Taekkyon (Korean street fighting). Both of these ancient Korean martial arts styles teach practitioners hand strikes, foot strikes, joint locks, and even head butts. We also teach all the traditional forms of Tang Soo Do with a grading system held each month in London or twice a year in South Wales. Our instructors are all trained by the most senior Grandmaster in Tang Soo do (Grandmaster K U Lee).
If you would like to try a class you are most welcome. Anyone from age 4 to adult can just come along to Llandough War Memorial hall on, Mondays at 6.30pm to 7.30pm, Wednesdays at 6:30PM or Sundays at 3PM. Please phone 07427 009 719 or 01656 658 461 if you would like more information.
LLANDOUGH LADIES THURSDAY CLUB
Meeting are held every other Thursday in Llandough Memorial Hall starting at 7.45PM.
New members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs Irene Meredith on 02920 709033 for further details.
An afternoon club for pensioners. Meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of every month in the Llandough Memorial Hall from 2.30PM to 4PM. At present there is a waiting list for new members. Further details can be obtained from Mrs Theresa Owen on 02920 702172.
TOTS is 'Tea Toast and Toys' for pre-school children accompanied by Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles etc. and is run by the ladies of St Dochdwy’s Church. They meet in the War Memorial Institute on Wednesdays in Term-Time from 9.15 to 11.05 and the cost is £1.50.
ST. DOCHDWY’S CHURCH
St Dochdwy’s Church is one of 3 churches in the Parish of Penarth and Llandough. The Rector is Rev Mark Jones and Services are held on Sundays at 9.30 (Sung Eucharist) and Thursdays at 10.30 (Said Eucharist). The Irbic Cross in the Churchyard is a unique 11th century Pillar Stone. Please see the Parish website for further details.
ROYAL BRITISH LEGION CLUB
The Royal British Legion Club is situated in Cogan Pill Lane and is open each weekday from 5.00PM to 11.00PM, Saturdays from 4.00PM until 11.30PM and Sundays from 11.00AM to 3.30PM and 7.00PM until 11.00PM. There is a Function Room for hire, Skittle Alley and a Quiz is held on the last Saturday of each month at 9.00PM. Membership is available on application.
LLANDOUGH BAPTIST CHURCH
The contact is Chris Poole: email@example.com
EAST VALE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT
East Vale Community Transport (EVCT) is locally based and established charity formed in 1986. It was realised there was a need for suitable transport provision for the elderly and/or disabled to enable them to attend meetings, lunch clubs, church, go shopping and other activities. The service has been extended to assist sports groups, youth groups, church groups and school.
- Membership is open to all groups, schools and individuals within the Eastern Vale
- To join EVCT as a member please request Members Application Form and to join as a driver please request a Driver’s Application Form
- The annual subscription is £12.00 and there is a mileage charge
- All drivers are volunteers between 25 and 70 years (over 70 year olds are subject to DVLA medical clearance), have a clean driving licence and at least two years driving experience
- Organisations are encouraged, where possible, to provide their own drivers. If this is not possible EVCT has a limited number of pool drivers on whom they can call.
For Further Information please contact:
East Vale Community Transport, Room 25, West House, Stanwell Road,
Penarth, CF64 2YG
Telephone: 02920 705138 or
The office is open Monday – Friday 9.30AM to 12 noon. An answer machine is available.