Halloween Tea Party Extravaganza, 29th October

Halloween Tea Party Extravaganza, 29th October

Come and join us for a spooky tea party in the tipi in the yard at the Ceridwen Centre. The entry price of £5 for adults and £3 for children covers unlimited tea, coffee, soft drinks and – most importantly- delicious home baked cakes. There will also be a free bouncy castle, childrens craft activities, a table top baby clothes sale, Halloween glitter tatoos and a raffle. Like dressing up? There will be a prize for best adult and best child fancy dress.

Please book by contacting us asap

All money raised will go towards Y Cwtch Llaeth – Newcastle Emlyn Breastfeeding support group.

Fully Booked Pizza Afternoon, on 21st Oct

Fully Booked Pizza Afternoon, on 21st Oct

To those that have booked in,

Saturday’s Pizza party is from 3-8pm. It’ll be held in the Yard Tipi.

Please remember to bring cash and park up in the Wedding car park, further up the hill.

No parking outside Ceridwen and please don’t go near the hot tub platform as we have private bookings in both.

Looking forward to seeing you all! 

Some of the team in a photoshoot

Some of the team in a photoshoot

We had a photo shoot for a case study that has been written for Business Wales. This is the staff that were in on the day!

Tom, Gill, Jess, Zoe, Emma, John-Paul, and of course Simone and Roger

 

 

“Welsh Hat” built at Ceridwen by Bryn

“Welsh Hat” built at Ceridwen by Bryn

Many of you will have heard that this year, 2017, has been designated Year of Legends in Wales and that a competition to choose eight structures to represent Welsh legends, history and heritage was held by Visit Wales in conjunction with Epic Retreats and Cambria Tours. The eight finalists are being  featured on ‘Cabins in the Wild’ on Channel 4 on Sunday nights at 8p.m. , a four part series which started on May 21st. Two of the ‘cabins’, the Dragon’s Eye and the Welsh Hat, were designed and made in Wales.

The Welsh Hat was designed by Niall Maxwell’s Rural Office for Architecture, based near Newcastle Emlyn and then the build took place at Ceridwen Centre, with Brynmor Dafys being the main man here doing most of the timber construction work!  Elements brought in from outside were the steel  fabrication, from Andy at Capel Iwan, the canvas making from specialists in Cardiff and the wool supplied by the National Wool Museum in Drefach-Felindre.

We were absolutely thrilled that the Welsh Hat won her heat and is now in the final four. Results this Sunday coming – 11th June.