What's On in Cowbridge this weekend: Lego Club, Cowbridge Farmers' Market and With Music In Mind
By Jack Wynn
26th May 2022 | Local Features
Events in Cowbridge this weekend
Every Thursday we bring you our top picks of events in Cowbridge happening over the coming weekend.
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Here's what's coming up
Friday morning (10:30 – 12:30): With Music In Mind
A weekly group for over 50s to sing and socialise runs Friday at Scout Hall in Cowbridge.
With Music In Mind, which runs weekly groups in Cowbridge, Penarth, Barry and Llantwit Major, aims to bring people together through singing to improve memory, wellbeing and reduce stress.
The musical director, Matthew Nash, leads a one-hour session of singing with lyrics projected onto the wall, and then attendees will have a tea break before finishing the day with a social activity.
With Music In Mind sessions are held at the Scout Hall every Friday from 10:30 – 12:30.
Read more about it here.
Friday afternoon (14:00 – 16:00): Forget Me Not Hub
There is a community hub in Cowbridge every Thursday and Friday, between 14:00 and 16:00.
We are welcoming people with dementia and the elderly to join us. Watch a golden oldie movie, have a sing-song, play a game or just sit and chat.
Tea, cake, and company on the house!
Please call Nicola to book a space: 01446 506810. Hosted by Bluebird Care Cardiff South & The Vale
Find out more details here.
Saturday morning (09:00 – 13:00): Cowbridge Farmers' Market
Every Saturday morning at the Arthur John Car Park, you can shop fresh, locally sourced produce at Cowbridge Farmers' Market.
A fixture of Cowbridge for more than 20 years, the market is brimming with treats and organic food.
Take a look at the full list of producers here and see what takes your fancy.
Saturday afternoon (13:30 – 15:30): Lego Club at Cowbridge Library
Children's Lego Club at Cowbridge Library.
Booking is required and you can call the library on 01446 422425.
Learn more here.