Village Activities

We present here some of the activities of interest to our customers, taking place elsewhere in the village and surrounding area:
Please note: Items below are displayed as a courtesy but do not imply the Hall Committee recommends, approves or endorses content.

Please check with the Organiser  before setting out as the Village Activities listed below may be cancelled or changed at short notice as the Coronavirus situation changes.

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Letterston Village Facebook Group

Our Councillor Michelle Bateman updates a Village Facebook Group

You can see/tell what is happening now in the Village.

Walking For Fun Group

Walking For Fun Group
Walking For Fun; All Welcome

Regular Walks

Please contact Paul Hart 01348-840607 for information.
The group holds regular Saturday Walks usually accessed by car starting from St Giles Church Hall Letterston or meeting up nearer the walk start point.
Usually the group takes refreshments locally after the walk.

All who enjoy walking are welcome including Holiday Makers of course. Walks are free.
Further Information: Paul Hart 01348-840607

Quarterly planning meetings

There are informal Quarterly planning and discussion meetings held on a Thursday at 7.30pm in the St Giles Church Hall, Letterston.
Refreshments provided. All interested in walking welcome.

Wolfscastle Over 60s Group

Regular Meetings

First Wednesday of each month in the Penybont Chapel Vestry, Wolfscastle, usually at 2pm.
New members welcome; you do not need to live in Wolfscastle.
Further Information:    Paul Hart 01348-840607

Coach Outings

Occasional coach outings are arranged for members and guests; please contact Paul Hart 01348-840607 for details of the next and planned outings. There are pick-up points in Letterston, Wolfscastle, Haverfordwest and Penblewin. Usually the group stop for a meal on the way back.

Local Community Police

To help the community maintain order and reduce anti-social behaviour.
Ring your local Police   on 101    (Facebook link here)
Or         Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

Calls can be anonymous.

Informally meet your local Community Police:
Coffee with a Copper; in the Friday Venue, St Giles Hall, Letterston.
This is an opportunity to meet your local Neighbourhood Police Officer or PCSO and discuss any concerns you may have.

Letterston Community Council

Your local Community Council has its own website!
Take a look. See what your council is working on!

The Friday Venue, Letterston’s Community Café

Friday Venue relaunch 8.30 to 12 noon 15th November 2019
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Open 8.30am to 12 Noon
Please see the Poster:

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Gather your friends and neighbours for coffee, tea and a chat!

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HELP WANTED! Please see poster:-

Occasional speakers throughout the year, games and quizzes, and a suggestion box for further Friday Morning activities

Venue: St Giles Church Hall

Time: Fridays 8.30 – 12noon

Transport available: Contact 01348 840071
Squash 20p, Glass of Milk 50p, Coffee/Tea 50p, Cake 50p. Biscuits – priced.

Informally meet your local Community Police:
Coffee with a Copper
This is an opportunity to meet your local Neighbourhood Police Officer or PCSO and discuss any concerns you may have.

Also check out our BiMonthly Raffle

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Bi-monthly Raffle for St Giles
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St Giles Church

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We are on Facebook; please visit to check the latest news.
The old website may be updated in future.

There is a FoodBank in the Church Hall; click the link

If you are able to help with Grounds Maintenance, please see Poster:

Fridays 10 – 12.

Preseli Men’s Shed, Old Station Yard

Based in Old Station Yard, Letterston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 5RY
Our members are interested in woodwork, metalwork , amateur radio, craft, weaving, fishing, technology and photography.
See more details below:

Contact: 01437 840531 or 07967139111

The Food Van, Preseli Men’s Shed

Serves all.

Various burgers, bacon etc, all types are £2.00

Open week days 11:00 until 2:00 opposite Clynderwen farmers Co Op.
It is also open if the hatch is up, or the Shed Yard has weekend activities going on.

Letterston Food Van near Clynderwen farmers Co Op
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Food Van in Old Station Yard
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Knit & Natter

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Thursdays 2-4pm.
Come and Make New Friends. See Poster:

(The group is currently running weekly Zoom meetings)

Sparks at the Shed

The Presli Men’s Shed accommodates Sparks at the Shed who meet every Thursday other than over Xmas from 14:00 to approximately 18:00 at the Preseli Men’s Shed at the Old Station Yard in Letterston, and a few other days of the week on an ad-hoc basis.

Serving Fishguard, Letterston and North Pembrokeshire, the club holds the callsign MW0SML and can be heard on both HF & VHF most Thursday afternoons.
No matter what your interest is within the radio or electronics field someone at Sparks at the Shed will always be willing to discuss it with you.

Amateur radio is a popular technical hobby and volunteer public service that uses designated radio frequencies for the non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communications. Please check out the website link above.

Feel free to contact us via the Sparks website Form for further information if you are, or would wish to become an Amateur Radio operator, or are interested in finding out more about the hobby,
or just pop in for a cup of coffee, a chat and a demonstration of what Amateur Radio is.

(The group is currently running weekly Zoom meetings; contact Andy Adams, Secretary, via the Sparks website)

The Yard Boxing Club

See us on Facebook

We are a newly founded Welsh Amateur Boxing and Community Club. We provide – Boxing Classes, Mixed Fitness Classes and Women’s Specific Classes.
Phone: 07789 519946

LANGTON HALL Meals Delivery Service

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SaveA dip into the past: LCAG Survey 2014

A local goup, the Letterston Community Action Group, was set up in 2013 under the guidance of PLANED.
It’s Committee made several recommendations some of which have been implemented.
You might find the results of a Survey still relevant today, click to view the 2014 Report.
(See the Recommendations at the end).
The LCAG group was disbanded in February 2016, as reported on this Page.