What's happening regularly in Llandogo Village Hall?
For the latest events, check out our Facebook page
This page is ordered by day of the week.
These regular events can change on a short-notice basis so we recommend checking with the organisers in advance.
If you're interested in setting up a regular session, we welcome all kinds of groups and activities and the usual hiring process applies, please see the hire page.
Llandogo Early Years
Running every weekday in termtime and founded in 2007, Llandogo Early Years provides high quality preschool education for Llandogo and the surrounding communities.
Llandogo Early Years is open to all children from the age of 2 until school starting age. We offer sessions every weekday from 9-3. The sessions offer a mix of indoor and outdoor activities using a child initiated approach. The group is an approved setting for LEA funded nursery vouchers. For more information see the website or contact Rachel Davies on 07786 831401.
Llandogo History Group
Alternate months (Jan, March, May, July, Sept, Nov) on the second Monday, 7:30pm start.
Our speakers this year (2022) are:-
14th March – Paul Barnett – ‘Severn Rail Bridge Disaster’
9th May – Michael Knight – ‘Turnpike Roads & Tollhouses’
11th July – Local walk tbc
12th September – Keith Sankey – ‘City of London Police’
14th November – Philip Mugridge – ‘ Wildlife and Landscapes of Scotland’
£3 entry with light refreshments served.
Contact Linda on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Village Produce Association (VPA)
Interested in growing Fruit and Vegetables?
The Village Produce Association (VPA) meet on the 1st Wednesday of every month in the Village hall. Members and Visitors are always very welcome. Fees are only £5.00 per person per annum.
We have informative talks, Garden Visits, BBQ, Annual Show, Harvest Festival and Christmas Dinner evenings throughout the year.
The Annual Village show has something for everyone. Held in August with entrances for Craft, Flower Arranging, Baking, Fruit and Veg. Adult and Children’s sections only 40p and 20p for children. With Free Entrance, a raffle and other
small competitions. Refreshments and a stall selling local grown produce, plants and flowers. A great day out.
For furthers details please contact Pauline Nichol on 01291 628283.
Llandogo Women's Institute (WI)
The second Weds of every month at 7:30pm.
The WI isn't just for retired ladies! Llandogo has an active WI with members ranging in age from 29 to 90+. We meet every second Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm for a talk or demo, accompanied by a few glasses of wine, and we also have an active book club, craft club, walking club and ambling club. Ladies can come to talks as a visitor for £4 per month for up to three visits, or you can join the WI for £41 per year.
The third Weds of every month at 7:30pm.
Entrance costs 50p (which includes half-time refreshments), books of 10 x 6 games are £3.00 (you can buy as few or as many as you can handle!) and the final flyer also costs £3.00. The payouts depend on the number of people joining in. We also hold a raffle. All profits go to the village hall. We also hold special Christmas and Easter bingo sessions which are usually advertised during the run up to both occasions.
We have been running for over 15 years and welcome anyone who wants to come along and have some fun and maybe a win! Just turn up!
Llandogo Film Night
The third Friday of every month (fourth Friday in December) at 7:30pm.
Showing recent releases in high quality in the lovely atmosphere of the Hall!
£4 entry for adults, £3 for under 16s. Licenced bar and popcorn for sale.
The fourth Friday of every month (third Friday in December) at 7:30pm.
Can you play whist? Come along to our monthly whist drive which is part of a series of whist drives in the local area on Friday evenings. Contact Jan Harrison on 01594 530660 for more information, or just come along!
Refreshments and cakes served halfway through and some lovely prizes!
Parish of Llandogo with Whitebrook Family Service, Sundays at 10.45am
Lively, evangelical worship with a fellowship of Christian families. We moved from the Llandogo church building to the village hall a number of years ago so that we could make use of the better facilities (rooms for Sunday schools, a kitchen, parking, etc.). The 10:45 service at the village hall follows the 9am service which is held at St. Oudoceus Church.
The fellowship is under the governance of the Church in Wales and of the Priest in charge (Canon Nigel Juckes, 01594 530041)
Our services tend to be contemporary in style with worship led by a music group.
First Sunday of the month
All-age Cafe style Family Service
Rest of the month
Family service with Sunday School.
Holy Communion is celebrated in a simple format on the last Sunday of the month.
Visitors are warmly welcomed!