Are you over 50? Do you enjoy dining out? Come along to our Caffi Cinio lunch club at St Fagan's Community Hall every Thursday from 1.00pm until 3.00pm. A two course lunch costs just £3.10 with free tea and coffee. Entertainment includes bingo, fun quizzes and sing-a-longs. It's a lovely way to meet people and enjoy some company. Advance booking is essential. Just call the Parish Office on 01685 877900.
Tea & Toast
Why not come along to the St Fagan's Community Hall for a free breakfast every Monday morning from 9.00am until 11.30am, or Thursday mornings in St Luke's Hall from 9.00am until 11.00am. We have a selection of daily newspapers for you to read while the children dive into our toy box; the TV is on our large screen plus the Community Library has books for everyone... we'll put the kettle on!
Our Community Library can be found at St Fagan's Community Hall in Trecynon and is open Monday-Friday from 10.00am until 12.00pm. You're welcome to browse our collection of books which cover everything from crime and romance fiction, to biographies and non-fiction. We also have a selection of books for children and young adults. You don't even need to be a member to borrow a book.
The Mothers’ Union was established in 1876 and today has more than four million members in 83 countries around the world. In the various countries where it operates, its projects include campaigning against poverty, violence against women and the trafficking of women, and seeking to promote literacy and development.
The MU branch in the Parish of Aberdare St Fagan usually meets on the first Tuesday of every month for worship, fellowship, speaker meetings or social events. Membership is not restricted to mothers or even to women – men are welcome and our vicar, Fr Richard, is a member.
New members are always welcome. Please just turn up at one of our meetings or contact the Parish Office for more details.
The Ladies Guild meets on every Tuesday afternoon from 2pm-4pm. Members busy themselves with knitting or sewing items for the local premature baby unit, for refugees overseas or for a variety of other good causes. Fellowship over tea and coffee is also enjoyed and the Christian basis of the group is emphasised by the fact that each meeting concludes with prayers. Members of the Ladies Guild also provide refreshments for the Parish summer and Christmas fayres. New members are always welcome; please just turn up on a Tuesday afternoon or contact the Parish Office for more details.