Excellent range of fresh vegetables, eggs, pastries and foccacia. Sheila’s cakes available at the cafe to go with a cup of fresh coffee! Dave Jam has Xmas ready mincemeat plus his usual range. New Art work and craft. Come along to support and grab a bargain
Ferryside Market tomorrow from 10 until 1p.m. in the grounds of the Old Education Centre. Weather forecast is for a dry day with sunny spells before rain on Sunday.
Lucy’s Kitchen has flans, quiches and Foccacia on sale as well as fresh made Samosas.
John and Gill’s fresh local eggs and a selection of vegetables all the way from Llansaint. Mother hen will be there along with her six little chics!
Banc organics have their usual wide range of vegetables available including carrots, beetroots, leeks, shallots, onions, potatoes, spinach, lettuce, cucumbers and tomatoes
Dave Jam with his new season range of jams and chutneys.
The craft chalet will have Jim’s paintings , books and DVDs for sale. Collette’s wood pieces and Johns plants should all be there.
Market Cafe serving coffee,tea and cake plus delicious baked goods made by Sheila.
Mens Shed in Ferryside
Posted on September 5, 2013 by admin
Men In Sheds
At the former Education Centre Ferryside
2pm 16th September
All are invited to discuss setting up a Mens Shed in Ferryside.
The international Mens Shed movement began in Australia in the mid 1990s. A couple of men of retirement age hit on the idea of building themselves a communal shed so they could enjoy doing what they like doing with the added benefit of working with other men. This idea spread like wildfire and are over 1400 sheds in Australia. Four years ago, the Mens Shed concept was exported to Ireland and there are already over 140 sheds there.
The first shed opened in Wales this January in Carmarthen and we already have our first brother shed in Bridgend. Plans are afoot for sheds to open in Ferryside, Conway, Denbigh and Cardiff.
The Ferryside Men’s Shed will be located in the old Educational Centre.in part of the ex-RAF hut. It is hoped that the shed will host boat-building, beehive construction and mechanical repairs along with woodworking etc. Anybody from the surrounding interested in more information please contact:
Robert Narayan-Taylor 07967 124046 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ferryside Social Enterprise Group await the decision of the County Council on the award of a grant of approximately £14,000 to carry out the design phase for the development of the Education Centre Ferryside as a community hub. The decision is expected on October 10th.
If successful, the committee will proceed with a full grant application for the development via the Big Lottery Fund.The preliminary Lottery bid will be submitted in November and the design stage for the buildings should be ready by Jan 2nd, when the plans will go to tender.The final Lottery application should be submitted in February, following a full public consultation in the village. It is anticipated that the building project should be completed by April 2015.
A new website has now been set up at FSEG.org.uk and a Facebook site under
Ferryside Social Enterprise Group / Mudiad Cymdeithasol Glanyfferi. A public competition will be launched in Ferryside for the best Logo design, which will also be used on Facebook.
In the meantime, the Sports club, Men’s Sheds and Broadside Films are negotiation with the Count council for appropriate interim space at the centre.
The next meeting of FSEG will take place on Monday October 14th,7pm at The White Lion Hotel,Glanyfferi.
The Craft Chalet has Jim Greers work and Jean’s books, DVDs and trinkets all at knock down prices as well we hope to see Collete and her artfull driftwood trees and ornaments.
2 Plant stalls; John’s quality plants with autumn flowers and a selection of bulbs. Perenial Plants will be there for the last time this year with a great selection of reasonably priced perennials.
Dave Jam with a big selection of autumn jams and chutneys plus his uncle’s local honey. (Don’t miss his hot tomato salsa). Banc Organics selling fresh picked local veg’- beetroot, tomato, beans, carrots and potatoes.John and Gill Buckle are bringing along their favourite mother hen with her 9 Light Sussex 2 week old chicks. Selling duck and chicken eggs at keen prices. Some seasonal vegetables.
Lucy’s Kitchen will be selling savoury flans and fruit pies and Foccacia bread all fresh baked on the day. Organic Olive and Sunflower Oil available.
As ever the Market cafe will be open for tea, coffee and a slice of cake.
Autumn apples are now in season– bring along your surplus apples to share or sell. Contact me on 01267267147 for further detail
See you there!