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1st Kidwelly Scout Group
Scouting exists to actively engage and support young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society.
Cor Meibion Dyffryn Tywi
Cor Meibion Dyffryn Tywi meet every Tuesday night at The Red Lion, Llandyfaelog at 7.30. Visitors welcome at practice nights
Cydweli Common Ground
Cydweli Common Ground, a hands-on environmental group of volunteers formed last year (2019), is an offshoot of GVEC, the solar garden project and has grown out of the Glan yr Afon volunteer group set up in 2017. We have a range of practical, gardening and teaching skills and are committed to working locally to help combat the ecological and climate emergency and do our bit to create a strong, self sufficient community here. So ‘thinking globally, acting locally.’ Our work and projects include tree planting and maintenance, footpath clearing, litter picking, supporting a local orchard, sowing wildflower patches in public places and supporting community veggie growing. We very much want to engage young people and to offer outdoor craft workshops for all. Volunteers welcome
Kidwelly Allotment Association
The Allotment Association occupy Cae Maliphant, a field situated at the rear of Lady Street. Members can rent half or full plots on an annual basis.
Kidwelly Camera Club
The club meets every Wednesday at 7.00-9.00pm in the Upper Conference Room at the Princess Gwenllian Centre in Hillfield Villas. All are welcome from beginners to advanced.
Kidwelly Festival Choir
Kidwelly festival choir is a mixed voice choir formed in 1984, the choir performs a varied repertoire, from sacred and classical songs to musical showtunes and popular songs.
Kidwelly Horticultural Society
Annual show of Veg, Flowers and Crafts.
Kidwelly Local History Society
The objects of the Society are to promote interest in the history of Kidwelly and to provide a means whereby gained through research can be passed down through the generations.
Kidwelly Probus Club
We provide a meeting point for the regular gathering of men, who in retirement, or semi retirement wish to meet men in the same circumstances and of similar interest.
Kidwelly Tea Dance Club
Kidwelly Tea Dance Club holds fortnightly afternoon dances with the Age Cymru at the Princess Gwenllian Centre. Should you need any more information please telephone our Club Secretary Sandra Griffiths on 01554 891544.
Kidwelly Twinning Association
The Association promotes the development of improved understanding and respect for different cultures and languages through events and visits. It is committed to the development of exchanges between the inhabitants of Kidwelly and its twin town, St Jacut de la Mer, for mutual social and economic benefit.
Kidwelly Welfare Committee
Raising money for all organisations in the community through Coffee Mornings and an Annual Carnival. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month.
St. Mary’s Church Mothers Union
We meet the second Wednesday of the month in the Parish Rooms (2pm & 7pm) Our aim and purpose is to demonstrate the Christian faith in action by the transformation of communities worldwide, through the nurture of family in it’s many forms.
Ty-Golau is a health and wellbeing facility for people aged 50 and over, many of whom have memory problems, Alzheimer's or dementia type illnesses.