New Free Wellbeing Course for Over 50's

A new, free, Wellbeing course starts Wednesday 23rd October from 10am-12noon in our Noddfa Community Centre for 8 weeks and for both men & women aged 50+. 

The course aims to help people find ways to look after their wellbeing and stay healthy in later life. Message us if you are interested in joining, we look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

Vintage Evening Tea on Saturday 10th August 2019

What a great time we had at our Vintage Evening Tea on 10th August, with at least 60 guests and the Maesteg Ladies Choir put on a great show for us!

Do keep an eye on our website here for more events being planned by the Centre.

 

 

 

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New website launched

Welcome to our brand new website!  We hope you like our new website, designed especially to provide you with as much information as possible about your community Centre, Noddfa.  

We have an abundance of events and activities, groups and clubs that you can join and enjoy.  All are listed in our calendar of weekly sessions that you'll find listed on our Events page.

Our website also tells you about us, how the Centre is organised and if you wish to book it, what to do.  We also give you an insight into our 'partner' groups - who use the Centre as their main base for their own meetings, activities and events, these include New Age and The Womens Institute (WI).

If you need more information, do contact us at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

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Building Repairs and Improvements

Much work has been undertaken to bring Noddfa Community Centre upto a high standard of repair.  You may have  noticed in the last year we've installed a new roof and wall insulation, making the Centre look much more attractive as well as helping the environment by reducing our carbon footprint.  

We are pleased to tell you too about the recent upgrading of all of our windows, which have brought much more light into the Centre and will be more easy to open when it gets hot!

We have had to rely heavily on grant funding to be able to do all of the building work, and it is with great thanks to the Rural Development Fund and Community Facilities Grant funding who, along with Pen-y-Cymmoedd and Lottery Funding in the past, have helped us keep the Centre open and get it into a great condition for your enjoyment.

And with much appreciation, we receive further support from the People's Health Trust without whom it would be significantly more challenging to be able to run the Centre!

 

 

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