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WHY NOT COME ALONG AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THE THERMAL SPRING 

This poem called Taff’s Well was wriiten by William Parry

Bardic name   Gwillym Pon Taf 

It was first  published in Welsh Hillside Saints 1896 and wriiten in praise of the villages ancient Thermal Spring (Spa)

Mysterious pool, sleep within thy cell

                                    Yet dost thou move as in a gentle dream;

                                    Soothed by the murmurs of the passing stream ,

                                    That fills with music this deep shaded dell ;

                                      Fain would I of thy healing virtues tell,

                                      And of the time when I a little lad ,

                                      Came here,with one,whose days and nights were sad,

                                       And listened long and anxious for the knell,

                                      of all his hopes. But when the roses blew ,

                                      And swallows many round the the old  eaves flew

                                      We sought thee, beaded, crimson crested pool,

                                      Soft , limpid bath, though badst the fever cool ,

                                        And weary aching limbs forget it's pain;

                                       We sought thy  balmy spring , nor did we seek in vain .

Why not come and see the Thermal Spring. The open door event will take place at the  Green Flag  Park at Taff's Well on 8th September 2pm -5pm.

Gareth Farr who has written a book about the Thermal Spring will be there to talk about the Thermal Spring and about recovering heat from buildings.

Location Taff's Well Park Cardiff Road Taff's Well CF15 7PF.

There is a bus and train service to Taff's Well and car parking is available on site with disabled spaces and a large overspill car park.

FREE ENTRY TO THE EVENT WHY NOT COME ALONG FOR AN INTERESTING AFTERNOON OUT.  Light refreshments available.  

Macmillan Coffee Morning (see flyer)

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For Your Information:

RCT have proposals to reorganise school provision in the Pontypridd and Hawthorn areas.

They have commenced consultation on several proposals to reorganise primary and secondary education in the Pontypridd and Hawthorn areas of RCT. The main proposals can be summarised as follows:

Closure of Pontypridd High School and Cilfynydd Primary School and the creation of a new ‘all through’ 3 – 16 school on the Pontypridd High School site

Closure of Hawthorn High School, Hawthorn Primary School and Heol y Celyn Primary School and the creation of a new ‘all through’ 3 – 16 school on the adjacent sites of Hawthorn High and Hawthorn Primary Schools ( the English Medium stream of Heol y Celyn would join this provision).

Closure of YGG, Pont Sion Norton and the relocation of its education provision to a new school that will be constructed on the former Heol y Celyn site (the Welsh Medium stream of Heol y Celyn would join this provision)

Closure of the sixth form at Cardinal Newman RC Comprehensive School and the expansion of the sixth form provision at Bryncelynnog Comprehensive School, to create a sixth form ‘centre of excellence.

Have your say by accessing RCT 's web site www.rctcbc.gov.uk and following the link to the Consultation page  

 

 

 

Notice of Election

For information on the forthcoming municipal elections and time table for nominations please see attached link. A photo copy of the notice is also attached but it is recognised that the print is small.

A full size copy can be obtained by clicking the following link

documents/taffs-well-community-notice-of-election.pdf

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