There are a couple of families looking to move to the village:
"We are a young family looking to move back to South Wales and find a home to bring up our children in the area. We would love to find a property in the St Hilary community. If you are considering selling, then we would love to have an informal chat. We are hoping to find a house with at least four bedrooms. We have no chain and could move more or less quickly as is convenient. Please do let us know if you think it’s worth discussing. Thank you"
A message from Clare Anderson:
“We are actively looking to move into the beautiful village of St Hilary. Having grown up in Cowbridge, we want to raise our children here also. We are ideally looking for a detached property (or land to build) which has 4 or more bedrooms, or the opportunity to possibly extend. We are not in a chain and have a budget in the region of £750,000. We would be interested in hearing from anyone who would like to explore this further.”
You can contact Clare on 07753748044
From Monday 3rd August the Bush is taking part in the EAT OUT, HELP OUT Scheme which will offer each diner a 50% discount on their meal capped at £10 per head on food and soft drinks. Details are available on the website.
The new service is called ‘Dine Out’ at The Bush Inn with delicious wood fired pizza, posh burgers, homemade beer battered fish and chips, salads, sides, and desserts. And a refreshing drinks menu.
Phone 01446 776888 to book a table or for more details.
Lynn and Bruce Rankin are collecting food donations on behalf of the Cardiff Vineyard church in Cardiff. The food will be distributed to those in desperate need. Examples include tinned soup, tinned tomatoes, baked beans, instant coffee, rice, pasta, UHT milk, cereal, biscuits – but no fresh items
Please leave donations with Lynn and Bruce at Hendre in a box in their carport (on the right about 100 yards past the phone box on the lane towards Llantrithyd – here’s the link to the map of village houses)
Click on this link for a pdf file of a map of the location of houses in the village - useful if you need to provide directions to family, friends or delivery van drivers. There are two pages: the first is of houses in the centre of the village, the second is of outlying houses.
Stalling Cafe is open 7 days a week from 9am to 2pm.
It's a simple 15min walk up to The Clump, straight across the Roman Road then down a wide track to the Mughal car park.
And a nice option is to cross the A48 (by the bridge) and walk around the perimeter of Stalling Down, returning to the cafe for a coffee before heading back up The Clump and back home. About 1 hour walking time.