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 News & Events 2022

March - Donations to Ukraine
March 4th
Massive thanks to Can Aderyn Singers who have donated massively to the humanitarian donations to Ukraine. Well done ladies and thank you
March 10th
We would like to extend a big thank you to Tania Price and the staff and pupils at Beaufort Hill Primary School for their support. Well done
March 10th
It’s on its way PME UK Ltd. Michael Haskell

March 8th
To all you wonderful people and businesses who donated so generously and the volunteers who gave their time so freely to help sorting, packing and driving.

More of your donations on the way to Poland and then into Ukraine. Thank you to Julian Edwards for facilitating the delivery and Michael Haskell and Amelia Haskell for providing the transport

Julian Edwards

Thanks for being part of this amazing response.

£24950.00 of aid collected , packed and shipped in 72 hours.

March 31st

Last of BHMWH Ukraine donations on the way. Well done everyone

 - Julie Spencer, Rob Spencer

11th JUNE 

An amazing evening with two of Beaufort’s own, Beaufort Male Choir and Beaufort Hill Primary School Choir. Thank you all. Truly superb.

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22nd JUNE 

Thank you to Cân Aderyn Singers for entertaining us all this evening with a wide repertoire of beautiful singing and raising a massive £736 for your community hall from ticket sales and raffle tickets. They really did ‘Sing, Laugh Love’

If you weren’t there you missed a treat! Never mind … there’s always next time

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This is a collaborative effort between Beaufort Hill School and your local community Hall which is a not for profit organisation.

We would be thrilled if you could make even a small donation to help these wonderful children from Beaufort Hill Primary School to achieve their goal in making the garden a place all the community can enjoy. The funds raised will go toward the purchase of soil, plants, fertiliser etc.

Please click on the link to donate   -  BEAUFORT HILL COMMUNITY GARDEN


The children of year 5 Beaufort Hill Primary School, who have signed up to the Heddlu Bach scheme, yesterday started work on their project to improve our community. They are working to turn the overgrown garden between the school and the community hall into a place for reflection to remember the local residents affected by the Covid 19 pandemic. Please support these exemplary children and respect their hard work. If you would like to get involved or can help in anyway, please let us know.


Look what can be achieved when communities work together!  We had such a lovely time yesterday and the children from Beaufort Hill Primary School were such a pleasure to work with.

If anyone would like to be involved in improving, protecting and maintaining Beaufort Hill Community Garden, please message us.

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. . . . and the results of the hard work


The boxes at the front entrance of the hall have been filled with plants.


Trellis up, new planters filled, existing planters weeded and great strides made weeding between paving. Thank you to everyone who turned up to help

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