Alan tries to out-stare a jack but it’s not giving in. As far as it is known, they are both still on the green trying to out-do each other!
Eddie thinks Shan is paying homage, but he can’t actually hear what she’s muttering under her breath ….
If you were unable to attend yesterday’s performance by Vertical Dance Kate Lawrence, here are just a few images of what you missed of this North Wales initiative. Very inventive and entertaining. Watch out for them at other venues. Find out more on their website (Click Here).
Conwy Culture/Creu Conwy: More than 20-sites across Conwy are open to public for free in September 2022. However, today you will have a very, very unusual opportunity entitled: Open Doors Extra – “Suspended Stories”/Drysau Agored Ychwanegol 2022 – “Straeon yn y Awyr”.
What is that, you ask? Well, if you pop along today, between 10:00am and 2:00pm to the Conwy Culture Centre (Address: Conwy Culture Centre, Town Ditch Road, Conwy LL32 8NU) you will be able to watch a Tree Dancing Performance by Kate Lawrence Vertical Dance and her team of young fliers perform amongst the trees and inside Conwy Culture Centre.
Not quite, but here’s a little tip if that bowl is slipping in your hand:
Our ‘B’ Team kept alive their hopes of promotion at the end of the season yesterday by beating their opponents 9:3. Still with a game in hand over the team in 3rd place (just above our team), and with 2-matches left to play, good wins coupled with good results for the other teams playing the current 2nd-placed team, could give an outside chance to our bowlers. However, 3rd-place overall is a really good possibility.
“Keep it Going”, is often heard as an encouraging call on the green, and so it also applies to the final two games. Good luck everyone.
The team members all played very well at Bryn Newydd, with a very creditable 6-wins-to-4. The Team just missed out on winning the Aggregate by only a single-point (160:159), so the final result was a 6-All Draw. Remember, that it is always a good result when you don’t lose an Away match. Congratulations to the Team for playing so well and ending the season in such impressive fashion.
Captain Tommy R received the winner’s Shield from the League President, Roy Mills, on Sunday on behalf of the Vardre Deganwy ‘A’ Team. Some members of the club were also there to watch the Merits final rounds and to give support. Thanks to you all.
Over 70-years of service with total devotion to God and duty. Respected here and across the World. Today is a day to mourn, to celebrate an incredible life and to bid farewell.
May you Rest in Peace. Amen.
God Save the King