The July 2023 edition of our newsletter has been issued. This includes information on our fundraising events and dates for your diary.
Clarence Hall regular Cantorion Phoenix recently gave an outstanding performance at Abergavenny Eisteddfod, performing a range of pieces including “You raise me up”, “The Rose” and “As long as I have music”.
Following the recent success of Little Shop of Horrors, AAODS are delighted to announce that registration for juniors to join for their next production of Elf Jr is on Monday, 10 July.
Congratulations to Theatre Workshop Monmouthshire on their recent production of “Annie JR” at the Clarence Hall. It was an absolute delight to experience the energy and enthusiasm that everyone brought to the show.
The Clarence Hall 500 monthly lottery enables members to raise funds for the refurbishment of the Clarence Hall whilst at the same time having the opportunity to win cash prizes / Mae loteri fisol Clarence Hall 500 yn cynnig cyfle i aelodau godi arian ar gyfer adnewyddu Clarence Hall ac ar yr un pryd yn cael y cyfle i ennill gwobrau ariannol.
Living with Dementia Crickhowell is a local society set up and run by Suzan and Mike Alderton. Over the past few years it has raised over £40,000 in support of dementia charities and local dementia projects. On Saturday, 15 July, we’re delighted that their next fundraising venture is being held at the Clarence Hall.
2023 marks the 39th year of Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June), when thousands of charities and voluntary organisations recognise the contribution volunteers make across the UK.