Entries by HL & LL

Remembrance Sunday Services at Resolven & Clyne

The 2021 Annual Remembrance Service at Resolven on the 14 November began in St David’s Church Hall at 10.30am with a restricted number in the congregation and continued at the adjacent Resolven Cenotaph immediately afterwards. As the Resolven Branch of the Royal British Legion was no longer in existence, the Resolven Community Council have this […]

Resolven COVID-19 Plaque Dedication Service

On a typical damp and drizzly Autumn morning on the 13th November at 11.00am, the community of Resolven came together for a special dedication to all those who are no longer with us due to the ‘Covid’ Pandemic. This Pandemic, in the face of adversity, has been described by many as a Silent ‘War’ against […]

Remembrance Sunday Services

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM A SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE FOR THE FALLEN IN WARS AND CONFLICTS WILL BE HELD AT THE SQUARE IN RESOLVEN ON SUNDAY, 14 November 2021 Attendance at the Service in the Church Hall which commences at 10.30a.m. is restricted to 35 people, due to present circumstances. Followed by a Service at the […]

A Report on the November Meeting of The Resolven History Society

Both Halloween and Guy Fawkes night have come and gone in a certain lack lustre fashion this year. the dismal , dark nights and the lingering half-life of the Covid- 19 pandemic have made people reluctant to leave their homes at night and must account for the tiny audience who arrived at the Church hall […]

Poppy Appeal

Due to the loss of the local branch of the Royal British Legion, the Poppy Appeal is being organised this year by the Welfare ladies group in conjunction with Resolven Community Council. Poppies and badges will be distributed in local shops and businesses for sale to raise money for the British Legion. Pin badges will […]

Spooky Halloween Images

Some images of ghostly apparitions at Resolven Canal Basin submitted to RDN recently by ‘Walk-aholic’ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Resolven History Society Meeting

A report on the meeting of Resolven History Society on Monday 11th October Mao Zedong, as well as having his name appearing in several different versions is also misquoted as saying that “the first step in a long journey is the first”. He actually said that the first step was the first in 10,000 to […]

Canal Group – Restoration Volunteers

The following informative, self explanatory and enthusiastic articles focus on how the Resolven Canal area is being regenerated and restored. The Neath Canal Project is run by the Ty Banc Canal Group of Volunteers involving, among others, local young students of Llangatwg School and the 12th Neath Resolven Scout Group. ~ ~ RDN would like […]

Resolfen History Society AGM Report

A Report on the Annual Meeting of Resolfen History Society . After a hiatus of over two years, the History Society held an annual meeting at the Church Hall. It was encouraging that nine members were able to attend and several others sent apologies. It should be pointed out to anyone intending to return that […]

Busy County Finals for Resolven BC at Brynhyfryd BC green

After many rounds of games on the home green at Resolven and away on many greens there were five rinks of the County Finals at Brynhyfryd BC on 13 August which had members of the Resolven Bowls Club bowling on them. Open Triples (Played at 1p.m.), Double Fours (2 Rinks), Open Fours & Open Singles […]