Every Wednesday 7:30pm
Ladies Guild began life in 1964 when a group of young women set up a “Young Wives” group. The group flourished and in 1982 the named was changed to “Ladies Guild” in order to allow single and older women to join.
Guild is a great place to get out and meet people,
we meet each Wednesday at 7.30.
Membership is strong with around fifty members, including several original members, attending each week.
We have interesting talks covering a vast range of subjects from “The Mary Rose” to “Swansea Prison”; demonstrations have included cookery, flower arranging, sugar craft, batik and flower-pot painting. Members support local amateur groups including productions by Abbey Players in November and Cockett Amateur Operatic Society in March.
We meet very Wednesday at 7.30 in the "Parish Centre" with a varied programme of talks, theatre visits, Shopping trip in November, day out in the Summer, finishing with an evening out and meal in July.
We have had a number of evenings in celebration of special occasions such as the Guild's 50th Anniversary in 2014 when all past members were invited. There is a shopping trip in November, a summer trip in May or June followed by an evening trip on the last meeting in July.
Members look forward to the Christmas dinner as chance to let their hair down; this has been held at The king Arthur for several years. Throughout the year special events are celebrated.
In December we join with other Parish Organisations in the Parish Carol Service, followed by sherry and mince pies in the church hall.
At the AGM, any surplus cash, raised through subscriptions, is donated to various charities nominated by guild members.
For Further information Contact:
Gwyneth Prestwood: Tel 520543
Pam Davies: Tel 208506