FRIDAY CLUB

The next session will be on Friday 9  November and will feature Mamgu Welsh Cakes and a celebration to mark the end of WWI.

Run with the support of Pembrokeshire College Reach Project, Friday Club runs most Friday afternoons at the Memorial Hall between 2-4pm.

The Friday Club is a weekly ‘get together’ where villagers can engage with each other in a variety of activities.

It provides fun and entertainment sessions that include several bands – Country and Western, Solva Ukulele Pirates, St. Davids Cathedral Hand Bells and more.  There are various craft sessions delivered by local people, gentle movement sessions provided by yoga and activity specialists.  There are also music quizzes, beetle drives, and scrapbook memories and reminiscing sessions. 

The aim of the sessions is to include as many local people and others to partake in wellbeing activities that address – not only the results of ageing, for example memory loss and restricted mobility – but also provide opportunities to combat loneliness, isolation and emotional issues; everyone who attends these sessions helps strengthen community bonds. Most of our sessions are delivered by local people and this alone encourages local involvement and integration, building knowledge and support to sustain our cohesive environment. Solva Craft Group have knitted bean bags for our exercising session.

We invite all ages to attend, when and if they can, and we can assist with transport.  Call Lena on 07805 717556 or Sandra on 01437 721450 (just to check that it is running) or just come along.

Download the programme for autumn 2018.

For more information, please contact us.