I’m sure that people think that nothing happens in Llandysul. Well, I think that they are wrong, here’s the highlights just for the next two weekends.
Tomorrow, Saturday 14th May Llandysul Cricket Club will be playing Hills Plymouth CC in the park from 1.30pm. And, if you are inspired by the exercise Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Walkers are Welcome will be holding a Bluebell guided walk on Sunday at 10.30, Meet at Cwmtegryd Farm, Capel Dewi.
On the following Saturday, 21st May, Llandysul and District Local History Society will be opening their new exhibition “Open All Hours” / “Busnes bob Dydd” to the public from 10am-12noon. The exhibition shows the history of some of the shops and businesses in Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli between the 1860s and 1970s. The exhibition is the combination of more than two years of members’ hard word of interviewing members of the community, collecting and scanning photographs, researching the census to 1911, and going through trade directories at the National Library of Wales. The exhibition is situated on the first floor of Llandysul Library (lift available) which is adjacent to the car park.
The weekend of the 21st – 22nd May Llandysul Paddlers are holding the British Junior Canoe Championships. Loads to watch and take part in.
There’s a diary on www.llandysul-ponttyweli.co.uk to keep everyone up to date with all sorts of activities, they’re not always so strenuous!