Updated: Sep 13, 2022
Here at Llanrumney Hall, we enjoy keeping the local community busy. Take a read below to see the range of updates we have for you this month including African drumming, a brand new lunch club and an exciting new youth group.
1. African Drumming
Since starting our summer programme, the African Drumming workshop has been a hit with all our attendees. Because of this, we’ve decided to add another weekly session! Join our friendly music teacher Ron, who will teach you the basics of African Drumming through rhythm and beat. A fun experience and no musical background is required to enjoy the session.
Open to children ages 7-13 and during this session, parents are welcome to join in too. This is great if your child is nervous about coming on their own or if you’d just like to join in on the fun too! The club is FREE so book now as there are limited spaces.
Tuesday 9th August
Tuesday 16th August
Tuesday 23rd August
1:00pm – 2:00pm
How to book:
To book please ring reception on 02920 00 1441. There are 10 places available for each session.
2. Lunch club
We are pleased to say that we have teamed up with The Thackery at the Hall to create a lunch club for parents and guardians. When you purchase a meal at the café, you will receive a FREE tea or instant coffee. The aim of the group is to help attendees to meet new parents who they can bond with and build a community.
Who can attend:
Starting Monday 5th September
Every Monday & Thursday following this
12:00pm – 2:30pm
At The Thackery at the Hall
There is no need to book! Just turn up between the times/days listed above.
You will, however, need to prebook if you require a highchair - Please ring reception on 02920 00 1441 to do so.
3. Youth Group – A Call for Volunteers!
Here at the Hall, we are starting a Youth Group which will coincide with our session People in Sheds. It’ll be a great place to learn new DIY and crafting skills, and help host with larger Llanrumney Hall events!
Who can attend:
Youths aged 13 to 18
Dates & Times
Every Wednesday at 1pm
To help make this happen, we are looking for volunteers who can teach the group valuable skills such as DIY, woodwork, and arts & crafts. We are open to anything that young adults would benefit from learning and take forward in life. As well as teaching, we are looking for individuals who would be open to giving group talks about their interesting hobbies or any useful advice they’d like to share with the group.
Get in touch:
For more information or if you would like to volunteer for any of the above or believe you have a skill that would be valuable for the group to learn, please call Chris on +44 7907 795977 or alternatively, email email@example.com