Another Welcome Back – Ysgol-y-Foel Social!

Ysgol-y-Foel, Cilcain, are holding a ‘Welcome Back’ social at the Village Hall on Sunday 24th September, from 4.00 pm – 7.00 pm! With free entry, BBQ (with veggie options), licensed bar, family games, bric-a-brac stalls and a raffle, what’s not to love!

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Welcome Back!

After an absence of 7 weeks, Cilcain Community Cafes are back – hooray!!!

This coming Saturday, 23rd September, we’ll be celebrating our autumnal harvest…bring along your glut of fruit and/or vegetables, and flowers too, to sell at the Café.  We’ll be serving tea, coffee and delicious fruit themed cakes and goodies.

Please note the slightly altered opening hours, which will be from 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm.

For more information, please contact Phil May on 01352 741123.

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IMPORTANT SHOW INFO! Recipe correction!

Please see below for the correct recipe for this years Ladies Baking competition.  A slight typo was spotted on the original which asked for 250g of yoghurt, but this should read 25g.  

Follow this recipe to avoid a soggy bottom!

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Counting the days!

I can’t believe it’s just over a week to Cilcain Show 2017!  Let’s hope for another fantastic day!

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Forthcoming events at Cilcain Village Hall!

Here’s a quick heads up about some exciting events at Cilcain Village Hall! More info to follow soon…

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Thank you, Cilcain!

A massive THANK YOU to everybody who contributed to the success of the Barbecue/Garden Party held at Ty Mawr, Cilcain, on Sunday 2nd July 2017 to raise money for the Old School Yard Conversion. The fantastic sum of £1978.00 was raised, so this gets us off to a great start! Special thanks to Peter and Susan Richards for kindly hosting this event.

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Calling all local food producers!


Jo Smith of the Little Welsh Cheese Company has negotiated an opportunity to sell/exhibit at the upcoming Open Day at Harthill Cooker School free of charge – well, apart from a donation of your food product to be made into a hamper for a raffle prize.

This is a great opportunity for us to showcase the amazing food and drink available in the Clwydian Range.

‘Nestled alongside Peckforton hills, Harthill Cookery School is part of the 6 ½ thousand acre Bolesworth Estate. The grade 2 listed building closed as the village primary school in 2008 but was then converted and re-opened in 2011 to be named as Britain’s best small cookery school in 2014. Recently a barbecue terrace, wood burning oven and fire pit were added to create and outdoor cookery area. Indoors, the hands on kitchen and old school hall feature cameras and flat screens so visitors won’t miss a thing. During the open day, there will be live music, a bar, tea room, hands on practical sessions, chef demonstrations and barbecue master classes in addition to a producers market.’

We should be able to accommodate a large number of producers and suppliers

We hope to involve as many producers as possible but need to know who is interested so the space can be planned.

If you would like to be involved please let Jo Smith know – email her at littlewelshcheese@gmailcom no later than Friday 4th

Please let Jo know which of the above options you would like, how much space you would ideally like to take and if you need electricity (there will be a small charge for electricity).

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