Cwmduad Post Office Service from a van outside the Toll House each Tuesday 12.15pm until 1.15pm. See details
Sion and Sandra from Afonduad Inn have some information re road safety in the Village.
Good news, especially for the Hoel Y Bwt turn off. A new speed limit of 40mph
has been introduced in the approach to the village from Cynwyl Elfed.
Cwmduad also benefits from four new vehicle activated signs,
which have been erected throughout the village in both directions.
The Afon Duad Public House has a fine selection of beers, wines and spirits, (including Welsh Whisky).Cooked meals are now available.
They also have some rooms for bed and breakfast. For more detail please click on their name above.
The Neuadd Wen Country Guest House have some lovely rooms for a stay. The new owners, Philip and Christine Emery are very enthusiastic to your needs, please give them a try.For more detail please click on their house name above.
TIMETABLES for the LOCAL BUSES, please click on link to Local Buses
Country Cars are now operational and can be obtained only through the local organiser, Mrs Barbara McLarty on 01267 281591.
For details of the scheme see Country Cars
For our local neighbourhood POLICE OFFICERS, including their local priorities and what they have done respecting them. Local Police.
Neighbourhood Watch organisers for Cwmduad are Geoff Goodbourn, 01267 281076 and David Grindrod, 01267 281581.
Rubbish will only be collected in Cwmduad on Wednesdays. Please ensure your bags and food bins are placed out for collection by 6am and no earlier than 6pm the previous evening.
More information on recycling can be found on the council website.
Check your home electrical appliances against list of those subject
to re-call due to dangerous faults at Electrical Safety First.
A- "Crafty Ladies" - group involves various handicrafts, .
It meets fortnightly on 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, between 2pm and 4pm.
Come along and practise your skills or learn new ones in a happy, friendly, atmosphere. For more information contact Joy on 01267 281331.
The 'Coffee Morning' on the 2nd Thursday of every month in the Community Centre at 11.00am .
Tai Chi classes are now held in the Community Centre every Monday between 1.30pm and 2.30pm.
These consist of a set of smooth, flowing exercises used to improve or maintain health, create a sense of relaxation.
This Chinese system of slow meditative physical exercise is designed for relaxation and balance and health.
They are designed to achieve a physical and mental balance and can also be very helpful in preventing recurrences of low back pain.
These gentle exercises are suitable for all ages and abilities.
Please come along and join in, everyone is welcome.
We have been asked to draw attention to the danger of speed when passing horses on the roads. See details.