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By celfogwmpas, Dec 17 2019 12:50PM

At Centre Celf we would like to encourage more creative based evening, day and weekend courses which are open to the general public.

We believe a drawing class for beginners would be popular. We would like to run two classes one for adults and one for children.

We would envisage the adult class running on an evening and the children’s class would either be a Friday evening or during the day on a Saturday.

Anyone interested in teaching these classes, either one or both, is invited to submit an outline for a six-week beginners’ course with the anticipation that it would then progress to an improvers course. Obviously, this might be different for a children’s drawing class.

If you are interested please contact us for more details.

By celfogwmpas, Dec 16 2019 01:23PM

We've been busy decorating trees, not one, not two but THREE.

Number one . . . Is at Celf o Gwmpas

Many thanks to Julian and MT Gibson-Watt for donating the tree and JAn Butler for decorating it.

Number two . . . Is at the Christmas Tree Festival being held at St Marys Church in Builth Wells.

The trees are donated and different organisations decorate them.

Our tree is decorated with ornaments made at one of our recent workshops for adults with learning disabilities run by Rachael Blakeway. They are made using paper pulp.

The opening is this evening at The Rotary Carol Service at 7pm and you can visit the festival between 12 noon and 6pm from 16th - 21st December.

and Number three is at The Holy Trinity church in llandrindod Wells.

This amazing tree was made and decorated by artists Geraint Edwards and Jane Titley. You can pop in and see the trees between 10am and 4pm.

By celfogwmpas, Dec 11 2019 11:00AM

We will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period from Thursday 19th December 2019 - Thursday 2nd January 2020.

We would like to thank everyone for their continued support of Celf o Gwmpas and Centre Celf and look forward to seeing you in 2020.

Diolch yn fawr iawn!

By celfogwmpas, Dec 5 2019 02:22PM

How far will your bra go?

We are now a collection point for Breast Cancer Haven, Hereford bra recycling initiative.

By donating old, worn, new or unwanted bras you will be raising money for local people with breast cancer, supporting women internationally and helping the environment.

Drop by and put your unwanted bras in the box and help make a difference. Please check Centre opening times.

For more information go to