Some information on the two communities
The story of how the twinning originated.
A summary of the visits made
Specialist visits made by sporting and community groups
Tangible signs of the twinning.
Welcome to the website which celebrates the twinning of our two towns - Briec de l'Odet (the 'Pays Glazik') in Brittany and Rhuthun in Wales.
Here you will find some information about the two towns, how they came to be twinned, and of the many visits which have taken place in each direction. And as we want more and more people to join in and enjoy the many benefits of the twinning, you can find out how to get involved yourself!
For those of you who have already enjoyed the company of our guests or hosts, we are always pleased to receive any photographs or notes which we could add to the site.
VISIT TO BRIEC - FRIDAY 2 JUNE - TUESDAY 6 JUNE 2017
This year it is our turn to visit Briec, and we will be travelling by car and ferry. The following are the provisional travel arrangements.
Friday 2 June 2045 Depart Plymouth 0800 Arrive Roscoff
Tuesday 6 June 1500 Depart Roscoff 2010 Arrive Plymouth
On arrival at Plymouth on 6 June we shall be staying the night at the Ibis Hotel, Longbridge Road, Plymouth at a cost of £69 per room plus £8.95 per person for breakfast.
The estimated cost of the return journey, including the ferry crossings with 2 berth cabins on the Friday and reserved lounge seats on the Tuesday; and the hotel+breakfast on Tuesday night is £180.
Further information on visit Brian Hubble : 01824 703349
or e-mail Brian Hubble : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rhuthun group meet on the second Thursday of each month (except August) at Tabernacl, Well Street, 7.30 p.m.
New members always welcome.
Speak French? Learning French?
Fluent French is not essential.
In fact you don't need French at all!!!
These are brilliant social occasions, so give it a go!!!!!
Alors, allez - y!
Further information : 01824 704558
or e-mail Nerys Hughes Secretary : email@example.com
Vernon Hughes Twinning Secretary Honoured
Rhuthun's Good Citizen award goes to Vernon Hughes for 21 years of service to the society.
Well done Vernon!
2017: Vernon Hughes, Secretary has retired after 23 years of service and Brian Hughes, Treasurer, has retired after 18 years of service.
Thanks to both for their service.