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Llangunllo January 1916

The Brecon Radnor Express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley Gazette and Brynmawr District Advertiser

6th January 1916

GALE.—Several trees were blown down, and farm-buildings damaged by last week’s gales.

CHRISTMAS SERVICES.—Services were held in the parish church on Christmas Day. The Rev. J. W. Williams (vicar) officiated, and Mrs J. LI. Jones (School House) presided at the organ.

ON FURLOUGH.—Gunner Arthur Price, Royal Field Artillery, son of Mr Charles Price, Brook House, Llangunllo, has been home on furlough for a few days. He has been at the front since last March.

TEA MEETING.—The annual tea meeting was held at Gravel Baptist Chapel, on Christmas Day, and was well attended. Special preaching ser. vices were held in the chapel, when the preacher was the Rev. B. E. Williams (Llanwrtyd Wells).

OBITUARY.-We regret to record the death of Mrs M. Goodwin (Cefnsuran), widow of the late Mr Goodwin (Llandewy Hall), which took place on Saturday after a long illness. The funeral was at Llandewy Churchyard on Tuesday. De- ceased was 32 years of age.

TEA AND CONCERT.—The annual tea and concert, in connection with the Primitive Methodist Chapel, took place on New Year’s “Day. The tea was held in the chapel. In the evening, Mr T. A. Hamer, C.C. (Cantal) presided over a large audience at the concert, which was held in the schoolroom, when an excellent programme was sustained by; Misses Morgan (Great House). Miss Morris (Newport), Miss Pugh (Stowe), Mr W. Hughes (Knighton), Mr C. Pugh (Knighton), and Mr H. Deakin (Llangunllo). Selections were given by the choir (conducted by Mr J. Price, Cwmheyope), and Miss M. Davies (Knighton) was the accompanist.