Two dates for events at the Little Warren Clubhouse, Aberavon Beach, of Aberavon Green Stars RFC who are celebrating their 125th season -
[a] Saturday, February 16
The Heat Beat Duo from 7.30 p.m.
£3.00 admission, tickets from Mathew Crowley
[b] Thursday, February 21
Smoker Evening with Carvery
Speakers - Khan Foutali'i, Western Samoan International and Ospreys captain/scrum half.
Joe Rees, Ospreys prop.
Richie Pugh, Welsh International and Scarlets backrower.
Tickets £15.00 from Andrew Harris
Fans of the multi instrumentalist and vocalist Mick Ward are in for a treat next month when he appears for two days in the Little Warren clubhouse of Aberavon Green Stars RFC at Aberavon Beach ahead of gigs in Liverpool, Glasgow and Ireland.
For many years he led the Irish Rovers Band in the Shamrock Bar, Benidorm and he will be performing solo concerts at 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 8 and at 3 p.m. on Sunday, December 9. He has many enthusiastic fans across South Wales and they are recommended to obtain tickets soon as they are selling fast. The ticket price has been kept down to £3 and they can be obtained from the clubhouse or on the door.
Mick is a mega fan of the Celtic Football Club and no doubt will include some Celtic [soft C] songs in his set along with his extensive repertoire of Celtic [hard C] music and contemporary folk rock.
A final reminder that the 44th Round the Pier Swim at Aberavon Beach will take place next Sunday, August 26 startiing and finishing at the Little Warren clubhouse of Aberavon Green Stars RFC. It will be started at 2.00 p.m. by the mayor of Neath Port Talbot CBC, Cllr Martyn Peters and the club president Cllr Collin Crowley.
Entrants should attend the clubhouse at 1.00 p.m. to register and pay the entry fee fo £5. The printed tee shirts and pottery tankards for the various categories have again been donated by Tata Steel the main sponsors with the ladies goblets donated by Port Talbot Brickwork Ltd. The entry forms for 16 and 17 year olds must be countersigned by a parent or guardian and those over 50 have the option of starting at the waters edge.
All take part at their own risk but, as usual, extensive safety coverage will be provided by Aberavon Surf Lifesaving Club, Aberavon Canoe Cub and Port Talbot RNLI. The prize giving ceremony will be held in the Green Stars clubhouse followed by live music by Andy & Goss. Please refer any queries to the swim organiser Bernard Donovan tel. 01639.812357/07505.141137.