Neyland Cricket results 1st June 2024

Neyland 1XI 145/2 beat Haverfordwest 144/9

Tom Pritchard 2/30

Sean Hannon 2-18

Andrew Miller 1-18

Jack John 4-31

Nick Kooman 53

Paul Murray 64 no

Neyland 2XI 259/8 beat Haverfordwest 2XI 199/3

Dylan James 83

Iestyn Miles 27

Nathan Sutton 43

Phil Sutton 26 no

Leo Power 1-22

Rhys Beavis 1-28

Sammy Vaughan-Harries 1-38

Neyland 3XI 236/6 lost to Herbrandston 2XI 237/3

Danny Potter 141

Rodney Murphy 39

Josh Owens 21

Rodney Murphy 1-27

Kacey Arran 1-39

Neyland Cricket Results 25th May 2024

Neyland V Cresselly – Abandoned due to weather

Performances – 

Paul Murray 63

Andrew Miller 44

Alan Webster 24

Sean Hannon 25*

Sean Hannon 2-22

Neyland 2nds 133 All Out lost to Kilgetty 137/1

Performances – 

Steve Murray 83

Dylan James 29

Sam Laugharne 1/26

Cresselly 3rds 153 All Out lost to Neyland 3rds 188/3

Performances – 

Phil Keen 68

Rodney Murphy 31

Maddie Potter 2-39

Josh James 2-14

Neyland Cricket results 11th May 2024

Neyland 1st Team

Neyland 1st team 

267/7 beat Whitland 92 all out

Best performances batting 

Dai Davies 91

Ross Hardy 45

Alan Webster 35

Lewis Page 27

Best performances bowling

Andrew Miller 5/26

Jack John 2/14

Tom Pritchard 2/20

Neyland 2nd Team

Game called off

Neyland 3rd Team

138 all out best Haverfordwest 3rd team 122 all out.

Best performances batting – 

Dylan James 55

Best performances bowling – 

Lucas Jones 6/21

Keiran Arran 3/41

Quiz night Fundraiser for the friends of ST Tudwal Thursday 16th May

This is your regular reminder about this month’s quiz night, which will take place next Thursday, 16th May, with the usual time of 7 for 7.30pm.

This month we have the honour of holding the very first fundraiser for a new local charity, The Friends of St Tudwal’s, Llanstadwell! The charity was only launched last month, and has been set up to support and maintain the beautiful St Tudwal’s Church, to help secure its future for our community.

As always, please spread the word about the quiz night, including sharing the attached poster on your social media pages, and if you can, please bring along a raffle prize.

Simon Hancock Standing for Neyland Town Council Polling opens – 21st May 2024 at The Hub

After a great deal of thought and reflection I have decided to offer myself to be a candidate to stand for the vacancy on Neyland Town Council. I served on this body before for 35 years but I feel there is yet more to do. If I can promote harmony and a common purpose among the other councillors then much can be achieved.

If you live in Neyland West Ward do vote for me on 21 May 2024. The polling station is at the Hub. You can support and vote for me if you live in Honeyborough Green, Gordon Parry Close, Gordon Parry Road, George Street, Neyland Heights, Vale Road, Gothic Road, James Street, Charles Street, Belle View, Isambard Gardens, Harbour Close, Cleddau Avenue, Trinity Place, Promenade Drive, Promenade, Church Lakes Terrace and Woodlands Park.

Hope you will come out and support me!! – Simon Hancock

Neyland Environment Group

On Saturday 23rd March, Neyland Environment Group joined forces with West Wales Rivers Trust for the Big River Clean Up.  Eight or so volunteers collected rubbish from Wear Point, Church Lakes, Neyland Vale, Neyland Yacht Club and Brunel Quay.  Afterwards, Emma Withers from the Rivers Trust explained their new Adopt a Tributary project over a well-earned bowl of soup at the St Clements Souper Saturday.

If anyone would like to find out more about Adopt a Tributary, please get in touch with Emma by email: emma@westwalesriverstrust.org

Thanks to everyone who helped with the Big River Clean Up yesterday.  I’m attaching some information from Emma Withers at the West Wales Rivers Trust about a new project that we could get involved with.  There’s an app to download and some basic recording we can do when going out for a walk by a stream / river.  Emma would be happy to show us how it works at a local stream in the next few weeks, so do let me know if you’re interested.

Best wishes

Mary

Adopt a Tributary

Adopt a Tributary is a project that aims to gain visual oversight of the waterways across West Wales. With much of the country composed of freshwater, this isn’t a task West Wales Rivers Trust can do alone. Therefore, we rely on our individuals like you to be the eyes and ears on the ground to protect our rivers. 

WWRT have a surveying app that allows visual data to be collected by citizens. This data then feeds into a WWRT background database, which WWRT can use to inform our priorities for where work is done and projects are held. 

Within the project, our local Community Engagement Officers are hosting community events all over their county with the aim to educate, entertain and empower people to promote the protection and enjoyment of our rivers. 

Workshops and events include, but are not limited to:

  • Community talks
  • Film nights
  • Litter picks
  • Invasive species removal 
  • Species monitoring training
  • Community walks
  • Family fun days

There are no commitments for volunteering, we just ask that you use the app as often as possible to record sightings. You’ll be invited to all our volunteering events, and you can pick and choose which you attend.  

How to download the form and apppage1image2993313152

Please note: all pollution incidents should be reported to Natural Resources Wales in the first instance on their 24/7 freephone hotline: 03000 65 3000. This form does not replace incident reports, but WWRT would be pleased to receive uploads of these on this form once they have been reported to NRW.

You do not need to create an account or log in to use this app, instead:
Once the app is downloaded, go to your web browser on your device and enter the following link:

https://survey123.arcgis.app?itemID=1aa50dadba6d4ca7bb319faa46f2255a

This should then open the app – click ‘continue without signing in’, allow permissions, and you are all set to record information in the field!

Alternatively, you can follow the link directly on your desktop to upload data (although on site provides more accurate locations!).

Neyland Community Hub

Neyland Community Hub now offer weekly sessions for anyone who wants to get out and about and see a friendly face. We run Bingo from 1.30 – 4 on Monday afternoons, come along for a bit of fun.  On Wednesday afternoons, 2-4pm, we run a Coffee and a Chat group.  We often play a board game, do a jigsaw, or just have a chat and a cuppa.  A small charge applies.

Neyland Community Hub is also now registered with Day Opportunities Pembrokeshire. The aim of Day Opportunities is to provide a range of services in a variety of settings where people can participate in meaningful activities, build new relationships and, where required, receive care and support.