Community organisations in Narberth come together once more for free soup and community clean-up

Fancy a free and friendly Friday afternoon to celebrate St Davids Day? Why not pop to the community Cawl Mawr from 1pm on 1st March 2024 at The Queens Hall Narberth.

Following on from the success of previous events, Plastic Free Narberth and The Queens Hall Narberth are coming together for their first community soup of 2024. All are very welcome to this completely free event. Join us at 1pm for a delicious bowl of cawl or leek & potato soup made with love by Queens Hall volunteers, with locally made Welsh cakes kindly donated by Tan Y Castell bakery.

There will be St Davids Day crafts available for children and we will welcome Haverfordwest-based Choirs for Good led by Tom Dyer, as well as pupils from Narberth CP school, to sing a few numbers for the crowd.

The Queens Hall Manager, Lara Herde, said “This is our fourth year of Big Soup community events in partnership with Plastic Free Narberth, and I am thrilled that we continue to offer a welcoming free space for local people to meet and socialise. Everyone is welcome at the Hall, so even if you don’t fancy the litter-pick, please do come along for a hot meal and a chat”.

After lunch, collect a litter-picker and help to spruce up the town ready for Spring. Vic Dennis of Plastic Free Narberth says, “It’s a really good time of year to find all the challenging plastic litter before it becomes overgrown with Spring lushness”. Vic explains Plastic Free Narberth regularly picks up discarded litter for recycling or safe disposal, as otherwise “it will take years to break down, ending up in water courses and eventually the seas and oceans”.

This event is completely free and family-friendly. If you would like a spot of soup, or to join the litter-pick (or both) come along to The Queens Hall Narberth at 1pm on Friday 1st March - no need to book. For more info, call the Hall on 01834 861212 or use the Contact Us form