Winner of the Playingfield 100 Club-Iola Bron Miod



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Thanks to D.V. Owen and Sons Roofing Contractor for this photo of the work on the roofs of our houses in Llanaelhaearn at the moment. Glad to see that the progress. Great view and weather!


Anyone with spare pieces of ply we want to make some posters. Contact Lynda, Kelly or Kelsie


The Aelhaearn Eisteddfod will take place on Saturday 23/11/19 in the Community Centre at 6:00p.m.


Bryn Meddyg are looking for new staff members to join their team. There are several shifts and hour available. Please send a message through FB if you require information, set up an informal meeting or for an application form



In the Community Centre 27/6/19 at 8:00p.m.


The Playing Field Committee are looking for someone to carry out repairs to the equipment.


Thanks to Alan and Kelsie for cutting the grass around the swings in the playing field the committee are looking for other volunteers to cut the bottom half.


Bryn Meddyg-Night shift’s available in a months time, 2/3 night’s per week 24/36 hours.Please contact if interested 01758750693. Thanks


Winners of the playing field bonus ball
May No 24-Einir Ellis
June No 43-Llyr Humphreys


In the 1970s the villagers fought to keep Llanaelhaearn school open. Some photos from the victory march in Caernarfon


BINGO tonight in the Community Centre at 8:00pm


Bryn Meddyg are looking for new members of staff to join their team. There are various shifts available, day and night, between 30 – 40 hours weekly.
Please send your name and address if you would like them to send you an application form. Please contact us for more information.


The Open the Book Group at the school


Sad news that Arwyn had died thinking of all the family


Thanks to storm Hannah one of the trees in the playing field has come down. Thanks to Menna for the photo


Remember the Easter Bingo tonight the proceeds go towards keeping the community centre open


Has anybody lost a ginger cat unfortunately it has been hit by a car and is on the path by Glanllyn


The winner of the Easter Hamper was Dave Sivyer


The winner of the Playing Field 100 Club was number 23- Sian Maes Glas


Thanks to everybody who came to support the Dr James Uganda Appeal. The raffle winnwers were Freda Hughes, Bethan Pritchard and Ann Gordon



Tea and Chat 10:00 – 12:00

In the Community Centre

Proceeds for the Dr James, Uganda Appeal


St Aelhaearn

Concert in aid of the Dr James, Uganda Appeal

Sunday 14/4/19 at 7:00p.m.

Free Entry but there will be a collection.


It appears that a Blue Renault Clio reg. no. DV57ZHP has been dumped in the cemetery car park. Please will the owner move it. Thank You


The winner of the Playing Field 100 Club 31-Mary Penlon


Bryn Meddyg are looking for a staff member to work 2 nights shifts a week, 24 hours a week. Send a Message or call 01758750693 for more information. Thank you


In the Community Centre at 8:00p.m.

Anybody lost a black and white collie with a red rope collar at the vet’s the moment but dog warden will take it tomorrow


Bryn Meddyg  are looking for a new member of staff to work two night shifts (twelve hours) a month and possible extras as cover.
Please contact me through FB or contact Iona or Caren on 01758 750 693.

Sad to say that some of the trees planted by the school have been pulled up and thrown about the field yesterday afternoon (Sunday). They have now been replanted . These trees are to remember the end of the First Worl War and those from this village who lost their lives.The police have been informed


Some of the pupils of the school planting trees from the Woodland Trust to commemorate 100 since the end of the First World War


The post office van will park in the car park by the school , at the bottom of Maes Glas from now on


The winner of the Playing Field 100 club Alwen Bryn Meddyg


Get well soon Nigel who is in hospital following an accident

Also Mrs Davies who recently had a knee operation


31/1/19 in the Community Centre at 8:00 p.m.


Auction to raise money for school funds 17/11/17 in the Community Centre. Viewing at 6:30pm auction to start at 7:00pm

Come and join us for a cuppa, cake and chat!


On Thursdays during the school term Auntie Mandy, the school cook will be preparing a roast lunch. Village pensioners a very welcome to attend and buy lunch at a cost of £3 per head. Phone the school to book your place on 01758 750263

Summer Fair


Sad news that Gwilym Ellis has died. Gwilym was one of Llan’s boys, Gwilym Penllechog, he was a true gentleman. Thinking of his daughter Debbie and all the family


Heartfelt thanks to Gordon Hughes for all his hard work i weeding/clearing the path through the cemetery. Nice to see a young man working to better his community. Well done Gordon.

In Hospital

Sending best wishes to two of our residents who are in Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital. Mrs Beti Hughes and Mr Steven Marchant. Get well soon.

Playing Field

Tuesday 11/7 at 5:30 cutting the grass on the playing field come along and help, strimmer. petrol machine, rake or just to carry the cuttings to the bottom of the field


Addressing public concerns about wind power

CSE has published a research paper that addresses some of the misconceptions surrounding wind energy.

‘Common concerns about wind power’ draws on peer-reviewed articles and as written in response to requests from community groups for factual information about the subject.

Separate chapters look in detail at a range of issues including: efficiency, energy payback times, subsidies, shadow flicker and epilepsy, noise, bat and bird mortality, and effects on property prices. It also has a section on nuclear power.

You can download the research paper here.

Courses to be arranged at the hall

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  • IT/Computer Skills – Getting Started, Using the internet, emails, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Virus protection, Managing digital images,Social Networking and more
  • Watercolour painting for all
  • Card Crafting – Making greeting cards
  • Photography
  • Model Making
  • Motor Maintenance.
  • Guitar for Beginners.
  • Mandolin for Beginners.

Courses by Mr Dorling, Cae Wrach

Wind power: 20 myths blown away

An article from Friends of the Earth Cymru, published in December 2010.

A new report explodes the myths that are blocking this clean source of energy in Wales.

Wind power is one of the cleanest, safest and most cost-effective forms of energy available.

Yet wind turbines face opposition from a vocal minority who raise all sorts of arguments against them. These arguments are generally little more than myths.

In view of the increasing urgency of tackling climate change, decisions on potential wind turbines in Wales must be made on the basis of facts and informed debate, not myth and misinformation.

This new report tackles 20 of the most frequently heard arguments against wind power. These include:

MYTH: Wind energy produces little power
In May 2008, there were 1988 wind turbines in the UK generating the electricity needed for 1,379,127 homes

MYTH: Wind farms are unpopular
The Sustainable Development Commission assessed more than 50 public opinion surveys carried out since 1991 and found that 80% of people were in favour of wind farms and 20% against

MYTH: Turbines are taking over the countryside
As a result of the TAN 8 planning policy, future wind farms in Wales will be mostly restricted to areas amounting to approximately four per cent of the land area of Wales

MYTH: Wind farms harm property prices
A report by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and the Oxford Brookes University (May 2007) found no clear relationship between property prices and the proximity of wind farms.

Read the full report (PDF)

Post Office opening times

October 2013

The post office in the cafe has now closed and the van calls at the layby near Cae Glas at the following times:-

Tuesday afternoon 12:45 – 13:45

Thursday afternoon 14:45 – 15:45

Llanaelhaearn Community Council have suggested two alternative sites and there will be an update soon.