27 Oakland’s Park, Fforestfach, SA5 4BX.
Please bring a Bible with you. We will be reading Mark’s Gospel.
House Group - Pilgrim Course on the Lord's Prayer
New group meeting at the vicarage at 7.45pm. from Wednesday 9 January.
New Study Group - Life Explored
5pm at the Vicarage.
Ladies Thursday Club - Spring 2019
We normally meet at 7.30pm in the church vestry of St Peter's Church, ladies pay £2 per meeting which includes refreshments and a raffle draw. All ladies are welcome to join us.
Please have a word with our chair, Sue Jones, on 928626
Thursday 14th February 2019 - an In House evening, a chance for a bit more of a chat.
Cockett Mother`s Union
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at 2.30pm. They are held in the vestry hall at St Peter`s Church, visitors and new members can be guaranteed a warm welcome.
St Illtyd's Ladies Guild
We meet every Wednesday afternoon in St Illtyd's church hall at 2.30pm. Please come along and join us we are a friendly group and usually have a speaker. We always have a chat and a warming cup of coffee or tea.
Knit & Knatter Group
We meet every Thursday afternoon in Cadle Primary School at 2.40-3.20pm. Please come along and join us as we meet with some of the children & parents and learn knitting & crochet skills.
Art Group, Sugar Craft, Needlecraft, Prayer Group, Walking Group.
For more information on these please contact the Parish office on 589601.
Keys Club Meeting - (Men’s Group)
The Key’s Club, which was formed in 1962, is the Men’s Society of the Parish of Cockett who meet at on the second Monday of each month between September and June at the Sketty Club, Eversley Road, Sketty.
Club Officers: President: Revd Dr Jonathon Wright, Chairman: Colin Hammacott, Vice Chairman: Steve Davies, Secretary: John Burgum, Assistant Secretary: Mike Evans, Treasurer: Ian Miles.
Committee: Les Boor, Roy Harris, John Wilkinson, Ricky Weerackoon.
11 March: Sports evening (Details to be confirmed).
8 April: All our Yesterdays on film.
13 May: Annual General Meeting
10 June: Trip to South Wales Police Heritage Centre in Bridgend.