August 2020: Originally Talog.wales was to be a website for Talog Community Hall (Neuadd Gymunedol Talog) to publicise the events happening there, and, as part of the hall’s centenary celebrations, to display old photographs of Talog
However, when Covid-19 started, there were no more events to be publicised, and work on the website stopped. Now, rather late in the day, it has been decided to make the website live to mark the 100 years since the hall opened on 22 September 1920, and to start to make available some information about Talog’s past, as well as some of the recently received photographs.
Talog.wales will now be a more general resource for Talog and surrounding communities.
Talog.wales has been created by members of the Talog community, free of charge. It does not represent any organisation and its scope will evolve over time. In some ways it is a ‘cousin’ of Facebook: Talog News Group
Although it is no longer specifically for the hall, when Covid-19 restrictions allow Talog Community Hall to once again become a lively venue, it is hoped that news about the hall will be one of the functions of the website.
This website is still a ‘work in progress’, so please be tolerant if it doesn’t work properly, or if information is missing. Many thanks to Menter Iaith for translating those sections of Welsh which are correct, but apologies for any inadequate Welsh written by Welsh learners.
Please use the ‘contact us’ form for comments or questions.
2020 should have been a special year for Talog … but Covid-19 put a stop on planned events
Talog is one of the Carmarthenshire “Villages of Culture” 2020 along with
Penybont, Trelech and Alma
Talog, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6NY