Valleys Kids children, enjoyed a surprise Easter treat when staff from Pontypridd Sainsbury’s branch: Joyemma Lewis – PR Ambassador, Tony Sims, Emma Evans and Deputy Manager, Dale Shaughnessy played the role of Easter Bunnys delivering a tower of eggs to children enjoying the Easter play scheme in Soar Centre in Penygraig. Over 300 eggs were donated which meant that we had enough for children in Dinas, Rhyfeyfelin and Penyrenglyn Centres.
As you can see the children were thrilled and eggcited.
Big thanks to Sainsbury’s for giving Valleys children this special Easter eggsperience.
Saturday 29th March 7.30 pm
Soar Centre – Penygraig
By Daffydd James
Presented by Mess up the Mess
It’s Mayday, and a group of misfit children are specially chosen to close the day’s festivities; but as they gather together in uniform to rehearse the village anthem, all is not well. Tubbsy’s hiding a cat in his bag; Deirdre-May’s grieving her Nanna and Mark’s turned up as a stegosauras.
As the rehearsal breaks down, they soon begin to suspect that they’ve been chosen for a far darker purpose….
Heritage is a blistering black comedy with music that explores the darker side of nationalism.
For tickets and any more information contact ArtWorks on 01443 303032
There’s a young girl lost on the mountain but why does no one want to talk about it?
There’s something strange happening in the village but only Vicky seems to see it.
How deep would you go to bring back someone you loved?