Comedy Theatre– Solva Memorial Hall

Comedy Theatre– Solva Memorial Hall

Friday 13 & Saturday 14 March, curtain up 7.30pm
SADS, appearing as Little Grimley Amateur Dramatic Society, will present two one-act plays
“More Tea Vicar, Whoops there go my trousers” centred round the fund raising activities for the local church, and “Last Tango in Little Grimley” where the society is in trouble! They have got to find money to pay the hall rent, or they are out! An evening of humour and chaos.
Ticket £6 from Bay View Stores and Window on Wales, plus BYO drinks and nibbles!
Table Tennis – new to the Memorial Hall

Table Tennis – new to the Memorial Hall

The hall has recently been given two tennis tables and purchased the necessary equipment
to make them operational. A group is being formed and led by Dave Perry, who is keen to hear from anyone who might be interested. The first meeting will take place on Tuesday 10 March between 3.30pm and 5.30pm. Please contact Dave on 07891 624220 to put your name down.

Coming Soon – Local fresh milk – Available daily at Bay View Stores.

Coming Soon – Local fresh milk – Available daily at Bay View Stores.

Mount Farm and Solva Community Council “Working for a greener future”.
Once again Solva proves to be a leader! The Solva Community Council has thrown its weight behind an initiative suggested by Mount Farm. Currently all of the milk from the farm gets transported to North Wales, racking up miles and increasing its carbon footprint. From April there will be a machine at Bay View Stores dispensing fresh, whole milk only a few hours old!

The council has agreed to support this green venture by purchasing reusable glass bottles for all our households. The saving in plastic containers will be huge. The farm will reimburse the council for its outlay and then look at how the partnership can be extended. One more step in making our
community more sustainable. Support the move to real milk!