Wythnos prysur iawn / A very busy week.

Dw i’n cael wythnos prysur iawn.  Prynhawn dydd Llun roeddwn i yn y cyfarfod Gwyl Fwyd.  Mae Dewi Pws y dod i agor y Gwyl ac mae Rhodri Edwards, Ultra Comida, Aberystwyth yn coginio amdanom ni. Mae Dewi Pws hefyd am wneud cyngerdd yn y pabell gyda’r nos.  Mae dal llawer o bethau i’w wneud, fel y ‘flyers’ a gwerthu tocynnau am y cyngerdd, a bydd yr amser yn mynd heibio yn gyflym iawn.  Mae’r Gwyl ar dydd Sadwrn, 27 mis Mehefin.

Mae cyfarfod arall nos Iau, yn y Porth gyda i gyd o’r gyrwyr o Dolen Teifi, y bws cymunedol.  Bydd hi’n noson o ‘pat on the back’ ac hefyd ‘catch up’ am y prosiect.

Ar nos Gwener wrth cwrs bydd osciwn yn y Porth i godi arian at yr Apel yr Urdd.  Dw i meddwl am trio cynnig am y boteli o win coch Ffrengig.  Dw i erioed wedi bod i ocsiwn felly mae hi’n cyfle da o gael profiad newydd.

Quite a busy community week for me.  Monday afternoon we had a Food Festival meeting.  Everything is running smoothly so far and Rhodri Edwards, Ultra Comida, Aberystwyth is confirmed to cook for us.  Dewi Pws will open the event and in the evening he’s going to do a concert too.  That’s quite exciting and I hope a lot of people will come.  Lots of things to do still, getting our flyers and advertising sorted, selling tickets for Dewi’s concert.  The festival is free, but we raise a small charge for parking.  Lots to do before the event in June(27th).

Thursday night, we’re having a Dolen Teifi meeting just for the drivers. It’s a bit of a pat on the back and a catch up with the project plus some food and chat.

Friday night I’m in the Porth again for the Auction to raise money for the Urdd Appeal.  I’ve never been to an auction before and I’m even hoping to bid on a case of French wine.  We’ll see.

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Dolen Teifi – community bus

I went to a meeting last night at the Llandysul and Pont Tyweli Ymlaen office and it was about community transport.  Due to some very hard working people in the Ymlaen Office we now have the beginnings of an excellent community transport scheme.  Stage one is in operation now.  Join Dolen Teifi (the name of the community bus scheme), book your bus either with the Ymlaen office or online for your club trip out or whatever. If you don’t have a mini bus driver in your club there is a free mini bus driving course or Dolen Teifi can find other drivers for you.  I think that the hope is the bus will be come a bit more than a mini bus for hire, but could offer a positive transport option within the community. Anyway, check out the website at www.dolenteifi.org.uk, it will give you all the information that you need.