Latest News from Cefn Cribwr, Kenfig Hill and Pyle – 1 July 2024

Site investigation works for new replacement Mynydd Cynffig Primary School 

Arcadis Consulting (UK) Limited will be undertaking site investigation works from 8th to 18th July, for the proposed new replacement Mynydd Cynffig Primary School in Kenfig Hill. The work, on behalf of Bridgend County Borough, will consist of drilling boreholes into the ground at the following locations:

  • Mynydd Cynffig Primary School (junior site);
  • the site formerly used by Pwllygath Allotment Association;
  • the site formerly used by the Air Training Corp; and
  • the children’s play area located adjacent to the junior site.

The borehole areas will be fenced to ensure safety, and once completed, they will be backfilled and restored as closely as possible to their pre-drilled condition.

Ahead of drilling the boreholes, Scott Waste Limited and Wildwood Ecology were on the site formerly used by Pwllygath Allotment Association to ensure the area is prepared for the site investigation.

To facilitate the investigation works, the children’s play area will be closed to the public from the 8th to 11th July.

 

Cefn football club recruiting new players to U7s & U8s

Cefn Cribwr FC is excited to be expanding children’s football for Under 7 & Under 8 age groups this season.

The growing club is also now recruiting players for new Under 10 and Under 11 teams too.

Training will take place on Saturdays, 10.30-11.30am at Cae Gof playing fields.

Contact Neil on mobile: 07503 997062 or email: [email protected] or drop the club a DM on its social media channels for more information.

 

Next charity coffee morning at Cefn’s Wesley for RNLI
Cefn Methodist Church will be holding its next, monthly, charity coffee morning this Wednesday 3rd July, at 10.00am-12.00midday.

This month the coffee morning will be raising funds for the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institute) – the charity, that saves lives at sea through lifeboat search and rescue, lifeguards, water safety education and flood rescue is this year celebrating its 200th anniversary.

All are welcome at the little chapel on the edge of the common on Wednesday, to get together to meet old friends and make new friends, over coffee, tea and biscuits.

 

 

News provided by:

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

Tel: 07890 399742, Email: [email protected]

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