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March 9, 2017

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Indoor Bootsale

Indoor Bootsale Saturday 25th March 9.00am - 12.00pm Cafe Available for hot/cold refreshments �5.00 cost for booking a table

LOADS to keep you entertained

LOADS to keep you entertained!!! Open Monday - Friday 4.00pm - 8.00pm £2.00 entry fee for members £3.00 entry fee for non members Cafe available for hot/cold refreshments FREE Bus service available Contact us on 01685 375318 for more information

Bubble Football

Bubble Football Available for hire Available for both Adults and young people Cafe available to serve refreshments Get in touch 375318

FREE Daily Pick up Service

FREE Daily Pick up Service from all different local Schools/Areas School Pick ups: Pantyscallog Primary ST Illtyds Primary Twynrodyn Primary Ysgol Gymraeg Santes Tudful Greenfields Cae Mari Dwn High School Cyfarthfa Primary Local Areas: Penyard, Twynrodyn, Abercanaid, Pentrebach, Troedyrhiw, Aberfan, Merthyr Vale, Mardy, Ynysfach, Heolgerrig, Twyncarmel, Swansea Road, Trefechan, Cefn, Brecon Road, Dowlais, Pant, Penywern, Galon Uchaf, Penydarren, Gurnos, Fochriw, Merthyr Town Contact us on 01685 375318 for more information

Fresh Fruit given out daily

Fresh fruit cut up and given out daily to the young people here at The Dowlais Engine House

Thursday Night Activities

These are the activities that will be taking place every Thursday evening

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The Engine House now have Twitter

FEBRUARY HALF TERM

*F E B R U A R Y Half Term* Monday 20th - Friday 24th 9.00am - 6.00pm ALL DAY ENTRY & BREAKFAST FOR ONLY £5.00!!! Cafe available for hot/cold refreshments FREE Bus Service Contact us on 01685 375318 for more information

Police P.A.C.T Meeting 23.02.17

The PSCO's held a Police P.A.C.T meeting with our young people! They are already looking forward to the next one.

Photography Session 23.02.17

Fantastic opportunity for our young people who got to take part in a photography session. They were shown how to use a camera correctly, how to capture the best light, different techniques then put into practice what they had be taught. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

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