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(1942 – 2024)


For those of you that enjoyed Ernie’s company at the many Pennant functions he attended with Barbara, and wish to pay your respects, his funeral is being held at 1.00pm on Wednesday 8th May, 2024, at Aberystwyth Crematorium.


Family floral tributes only. If you wish to make a donation please donate to the Hywel Dda Bronglais Chemo Appeal.


HAHAV - Hospice At Home, Aberystwyth Volunteers


💙 Do you want to do something new and different this year?

💙 Have you considered volunteering?

We are always happy to welcome new volunteers.

Whatever your skills and experience, there's a role to suit everyone with HAHAV - Hospice At Home Aberystwyth Volunteers


> Home Support Service

> Therapists

> Raising money

> The Shop and Furniture Warehouse

> IT and Administrative Support

> Gardening and Maintenance

> Front of House

> Dog Walking

> Companions in grief

> Health and Safety Support


The #HAHAV charity is specific to Ceredigion and we're keen to develop some of the services offered across the county. The Office and Living Well Centre is located in Plas Antaron on the outskirts of Aberystwyth, the shop is on Pier Street and the Furniture Warehouse is on the Glanyrafon Industrial Estate in Aberystwyth.

💙 Contact us for more information - 01970 611550 💙 We would love to hear from you.




There appears to be some confusion locally about Rotary in Aberaeron & District. The true and only Rotary Club operating in this area and representing all of the Communities for 20 years, is Clwb Rotari Aberaeron Rotary Club A’r Cylch. A Club established dual gender where everyone is equally valued and is open, transparent and democratic. We uphold all the principles, values, by-laws and code of conduct expected of any Rotary Club or Rotarian.


The Club is very progressive in challenging formality, structure and the cost to our members. We meet face to face as this affords the benefits in developing close ties and trust. After COVID people need to physically meet and re-establish social contact. This is very important for physical and mental well-being.


People have suffered due to lack of contact, and this included former Rotarians who wanted to close the Club down and start their own Club. We aim, through the meetings and fellowship, to re-introduce ‘normal’ back into society. On-line meetings are impersonal and subject to control by others and are a reminder of the bad times of being locked-down and isolated.



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