St Hilary Church welcomes anybody with an interest in flower arranging to be a member of the annual rota.
Also check out the village calendar
Coed Hills can offer shared garden time, to anyone who wants to volunteer in the gardens growing fruit and vegetables for the coming season.
The idea is that you could come and work in the gardens and get some social interaction and chat while doing something positive, uplifting and regenerative.
I can also offer advice to people in the village who wish to try their hand at a little growing in their own spaces, offering seeds and plants as well. No doubt we will have seedlings for sale as well when may comes around.
11am Wednesday, 1 June
11am Wednesday, 6 July
Drop in for coffee/tea, cake and a chat. 10.30am to 12 noon every 1st Wednesday of the month
A St Hilary Book Club meets once a month to discuss a variety of different genres in a comfortable, friendly and social setting – perhaps with a glass of wine!
Notes from the Green St Hilary Meeting held on 25 April 2022 in the Village Hall.
Attending: Johnny, Vicky, Becci, Neil, Chris, Liz, Kevin, Rawley, Donal, John, Caroline.
The meeting was an open agenda meeting. Discussion focused on technologies that people in St Hilary and the area were currently using or had tried. Villagers expounded on the pros and cons of each green technology they had knowledge of.
Each person said why they were attending the meeting and what they hoped the group might achieve. Some were attending in response to spiralling energy costs, whilst all expressed a desire to be more environmentally friendly in our approaches to generating energy.
The Church welcomes anyone who is willing to help with the grass cutting rota - contact Ewa Thomas on 01446 771728 or use the contact button on the top menu
Whether you’re an experienced rider or a new cyclist over lockdown, the Bush Inn Cycling Team has been resurrected and is welcoming new riders.
The BICT meets at 9.30am at the Bush Inn on the first Sunday of the month for a 50km (30m)-ish social loop around the Vale, which includes a coffee & cake stop.
There is a ‘no drop’ policy, so you won’t be left behind. If you can average 12mph (20kph) please come along.
Contact Andy at the Bush for more details
Oh, and there’s always the option of a ‘guilt free’ pizza & pint afterwards!