After August at St. Garmon’s Mynydd Mawr, “Offering – the WAY” will transfer to St. Agatha’s church Llanymynech on Thursday 1st September for one month. Today Diana met with wardens Chris and Russell and together they found an ideal display space next to the pulpit. The piece will stand on a stage box and there is a light switch just behind it, so a small spotlight was agreed for special occasions!

Talking of light – Freja Evans’s Light Show in the Lime Kilns down the road on September 11th is next on the menu for Inside Out.

Also if you like male voice choirs the Canoldir Male Voice Choir concert at St.Agatha’s church at 7.3o on Friday September 2nd is not to be missed.

Canoldir Male Voice Choir is based in Birmingham.  It was founded in 1966.  Many of the singers are Welsh, and the choir has a strong allegiance with Wales, and with the tradition of Welsh male voice choirs.Canoldir is Welsh for ‘Middle Land’.

Canoldir is a Registered Charity (501538) and is a Member of the Welsh Association of Male Choirsand the National Association of Choirs.

If you visit St. Agatha’s they are displaying five lovely tapestry works depicting the local area and made by local artists to commemorate the millenium – now what a long time ago that seems…….