Fancy a change of scene?

Can you spare a few hours a week?

Cwmdu  is looking for volunteers!

Now in its 23rd year, the shop and post office is an important and valued facility, serving an ever increasing area. Customers are assured of a welcoming and friendly service with a wide range of goods and services at affordable prices.

Here are some of the things you might do:

  • Prince Charles visited Cwmdu in 2009Shopping, pricing up goods and stocking shelves
  • Checking stock levels and preparing re-ordering lists
  • Serving customers and restocking shelves
  • Record keeping
  • Updating the web site and posting the latest deals on Facebook
  • Helping to spring clean the shop, bar and restaurant
  • Handling Post Office business (subject to approval by the Post Office)
  • Serving coffee and generally helping customers
  • Setting up and taking down tents for events
  • Mowing the grass
If you like meeting people and having some fun while helping in the community or gaining new skills,  then please contact either the shop manager, Jenny, for an informal chat on 01558 685156, or come to our next Cymdeithas Cwmdu meeting.
  1. Obermair Gerlinde says:

    Dear all of you!
    We are thinking of you very often and our very nice stay in Cwmdu in August/September this year with our Landrovers. For us cwmdu is the heart of wales 🙂 – really, it was such a special stay for us in your village and especially at your pub.  
    If you response, I`ll send you some pictures of our stay and our “party” in the pub. We hope, that we can come back again in some time – and if somebody of you comes to salzburg or austria – everybody of you is very welcome anytime – just let us know!
    We wish you merry christmas and a happy new year – best regards to everybody – big hugs from all of us – 
    enjoy christmas eve 🙂 – 
    Cheers Linda, Peter, Matthias, Linda, Fritz, Michi, Alex 

  2. David A says:

    Are the cottages next door still available for rent? We stayed there a few years ago because my great aunt Annie used to be landlady, postmistress et al in the village. We’d like to revist next year.
    Best wishes,

    David & Patsie Allen (nee Davies)

    Mundford, Norfolk.

    • Peter says:

      Hi David, I’m sorry but the cottages are no longer available as holiday lets. The page places to stay locally has some details and I will see if there are others available and let you know. With your family connection it would be good find somewhere that gives you the opportunity to visit the area. There are various details and pictures in the shop / inn with details of an Annie, who I assume would be your great aunt.

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