Happy Easter

When the community centre reopens we will be running a book exchange scheme 


The first Bluebells out in the garden


Cerbydau Berwyn Coaches

Easter arrangements
Good Friday 2.4.21- No service
Saturday 3.4.21- Normal service
Easter Sunday 4.4.21- No service
Easter Monday 5.4.21- No service
Wishing you a Happy Easter and thank you for your continued support.


Car Park by the school
Monday 12:00-12:45
Thursday 9:00-10:00


Gardening Club/Beekeeping
We are starting a gardening club with an opportunity to learn beekeeping. If you are interested please message Lynda or Mari


As part of their garden project Bridging the Generations, Antur Aelhaearn have had a grant from Adra Housing Association to buy 2 beehives and bees. The bees will be arriving in early Junes. The hives will be sited between the Antur building and the old toilets. Some have already put their names down to be voluntary beekeepers.


Llanaelhaearn Community Council

Thank you GJ Builder ltd for your work in the St.Aelhaearn Cemetry/ car park



Thanks to N Williams &son for donating concrete for the base of the shed in the garden and thanks to Aled, Geraint, Gwyn, Gareth and Enfys for helping. We are truly grateful.Thanks to Roy for the loan of his wheelbarrow


In the greenhouse


From Tre Ceiri

Thanks to Aled Jones for the photo


The work on the mural on the wall of Antur Aelhaearn starts

Llanaelhaearn Community Council have placed another difib outside the Community Centre. Thanks for keeping our community safe


Bryn Meddyg
Staff: We are looking for a new member of staff to work 3 night shift per week. For more information please contact us by messenger or call 01758750693
Onions Planted


Climbing/Rambling rose Albertine planted


Llanaelhaearn Community Council have put new dog poo bins around the village. Please USE them


Bryn Meddyg

Following the announcement today by Mr Drakeford I would like to bring your attention to our new visiting guidelines.
Our new log cabin is nearly finished. When it is, we will inform you of our official opening date.
Positive cases in our area is quite high. If this continues to rise we will have to halt visits, until its safe to reopen.
Please phone us, Monday to Friday, between 9.30 – 4:00, to make a booking. We are unable to take bookings through Facebook, text, emails etc.
1. Only one nominated visitor will be allowed to visit each resident for the time being. Due to the high demand, we can only offer one visit per resident, per week.
Visiting times are:
Monday: 2:15-2:45 3:00 – 3:30
Tuesday/Friday: 10:30 – 11:00 2:15-2:45 3:00 – 3:30
Weekend: 2:15-2:45 3:00 – 3:30
2. If you are late arriving, unfortunately we are unable to extend the time slot due to sanitation of room and subsequent bookings.
3. If you have any symptoms or illness/infection of any kind, no visitation will take place.
4. No person under the age of 18 – as they are probably not vaccinated.
5. All gift parcels suitably packed in sealed plastic coverings to be left in a receptacle located outside the front door. Please notify the staff in order for them to carry out infection control and prevention measures prior to handling them to the designated recipient.
6. Gifts. Flowers are accepted but no plastic wrapping. No food items to be brought into the home unless they are sealed, wipe able products that do not require refrigeration.
7. At the moment unfortunately we do not have toilet facilities outside the home.
8. Please bring your own pen to fill in the paperwork. On each visit you will be asked to fill in a short questionnaire.
Thank you for your contiuned support.


Greenhouse bench



Done ready for soft fruits trees


The next mamoth job in the community garden




Getting the base ready for the concrete


The work on the Antur building moving along nicely


The greenhouse up and ready to go



Thanks to Derek Morgan for painting the wall ready for Sarah Wray to start work on the mural.


Planting more apple trees


Following a complaint that someone is NOT PICKING UP dog poo a new sign has been put up


Elfed Morgan using Carwyn to deliver prescriptions for Nefyn Doctors


First snowdrops out


Working in the garden Jac, Luc, Eira, Lewis and Nathan


Timetable Post Van from 1/2/21
Monday 12:00-12:45
Thursday 9:00-10:00

Putting more bird boxes up


Feeding the birds in the snow


Putting bird boxes up in the garden


Caren on her way to Alltwen in Carwyn

In the garden


Beti Eurfron Hughes

Sad news for the village. Beti died at her home Llechdara aged 84. Beti has done so much for our community over many years. Antur Aelhaearn Treasurer, Chair Llanaelhaearn School Governors, Chair Llanaelhaearn Community Council to name just a few. Shw will be greatly missed. The funeral will be strictly private for the family at Bangor Crematorium on 20th January. Those wishing to pay their respects are welcome to stand outside her home at 13:50.


The first photo is of the villagers marching in the early 1970s to protest against the proposed closure of the village school.

Th.anks to Dr Carl Clowes for the photographs



Due to

 rules help for families has been postponed


Due to retirement we are looking for someone to prepare and deliver orders. Part time-3 days a week from 1:00am -8:00am. Clean driving licence essential. Call Eirwyn 01758 750214


As many of us are aware of this pandemic Kelly and Yvonne are offering a day where we want to help others out for free we have toys, baby items, clothes, bric and brac and many more. Face masks must be worn and hand sanitizer on arrival. Llanaelhaearn village hall no more than 4 people at a time let’s spread some joy to those we need a helping hand


Feeding the birds in the garden


Happy New Year


The funeral will be on 5th January. The hearse will leave Glasfryn, Mavis’s home at 1:15. Anybody who wants to pay their respects are welcome to stand along the road. Please wear a mask and keep your distance