Latest News from Cefn Cribwr, Pyle and Kenfig Hill

Mamma D’s Rock and Roll class starts at Pyle RFC

A new, weekly Rock and Roll class is starting at Pyle RFC, taking place every Monday evening at 7.30pm.

Whether you’re an experienced dancer or a newcomer, Pyle RFC with Mama D’s is the place for a night of music, laughter, and memorable moments.

As well as learning to dance the sessions are a way to socialise, keep your fitness up and make new friends. The classes are open to all; anyone is welcome to join the fun.


Next community coffee morning at Cefn’s Wesleyan chapel

Cefn Methodist Church will be holding its next monthly community coffee morning on Wednesday, 7th February at 10.00am-12.00pm.

This month any donations made will go to the charity Ripple Effect previously known as Send a Cow. This charity aims to overcome poverty and malnutrition through agriculture, training and education, leading to greater self sufficiency for local communities in Africa. Projects include bee-keeping, keyhole gardens, planting orchards, etc. People in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Burundi and Zambia benefit from the charity. Ripple Africa’s philosophy is “Providing a hand up and not a hand out.”

All are welcome at the chapel on the edge of the common.


Cae Gof playing fields car park

Cefn Cribwr Athletic Club (CCAC) have taken over the day-to-day management of the rugby pitches, bowls green, bowls pavilion and the car park nearest their Clubhouse at Cae Gof Playing Fields under a 35-year lease as part of Bridgend County Borough Council’s Community Asset Transfer (CAT) programme.

The council has recently installed gates to the car park to deter unauthorised vehicles from being regularly left for prolonged periods which has impacted on the spaces that are available to legitimate users.

CCAC are managing the car park under the lease and are presently liaising with the Life Centre and Taekwondo Club to ensure that disruption caused by closing the car park gates to restrict unauthorised usage can be minimised.

CCAC and the council will be monitoring car park usage and vehicles parked illegally will be brought to the attention of the DVLA and South Wales Police.


Concert at Pyle Church Hall sold out!

Its’s sold out! All tickets have already been sold for the concert featuring Kenfig Hill & District Male Voice Choir organised by St James’ Church at Pyle Church Hall and taking place on Monday, 12th February.



News provided by Huw David, County Borough Councillor for Pyle, Kenfig Hill & Cefn Cribwr

Office Tel: 01656 643225, Email: [email protected]