Welcome to Penterry Online - 27th May 2020
Coronavirus and the Penterry Proms - 18th Mar 20
Sadly we have had to bow to the inevitable and postpone the Penterry Proms until next year. We have had tremendous support from the community and local businesses, and we are confident that we will be able to hold an even bigger and better event when the present emergency is past. We have set a provisional date for the rescheduled Penterry Proms on Saturday 10th July 2021 – save the date!   If you have any queries, please contact us at info@penterry.org.uk .  

Mary Moxley: The True Story?

Last October, many of you were able to attend a hugely enjoyable re-enactment of the 1843 trial of Edward Reece for the murder at her home in Penterry of Mary Moxley. Reece was convicted and hanged for the murder, but you voted overwhelmingly that he was innocent of the crime.

So, if Ned didn't do it ... who did?

The Penterry Players proudly present "Mary Moxley: The True Story?" at St Arvans Memorial Hall on Saturday 26th November 2011. Why not come along and see if we have found the culprit this time? There will be a matinee performance at 2:30pm (doors open at 2:00) to include tea and cakes (tickets £6) and an evening performance at 7:30pm (doors open at 7:00) to include a curry supper  - meat or vegetarian - and cash bar (tickets £10).

Tickets are now on sale at Parkfield Stores, St. Arvans. Space is limited in the hall, so don't delay! The event is suitable for all ages.