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HaverHub to host a variety of events over the next few weeks

BETWEEN now and November 26, HaverHub will be hosting a wide range of events for anyone to attend. 

Located in Quay Street and Riverside Quarter, Haverfordwest, Haverhub is a not-for-profit social enterprise which has been set up in order to create a diverse venue for locals to meet, work, socialise and share talent. 

Here are some of the upcoming events at Haverhub over the next few weeks – 

October 28 

Sound Healing and Essential Oils /  5.30pm-6.30pm

Join Michelle for an hour of Sound Healing and essential oils at HaverHub.

This evening, Michelle will guide you on a unique sound bath journey using crystal singing bowls and other sound healing instruments. Our focus in the session will be relaxation, restoration, peace and serenity.

To enjoy your Sound Bath you need to be comfortable and warm whilst lying on the floor during the session.

Here are some suggested items to enhance your experience.

  • Warm layers & socks
  • Weighted eye pillow /eye mask
  • Blankets
  • Pillows x 2
  • Yoga mat, towel or added padding to lie on
  • Water

Dark Street Live Lounge / 7.00pm-11.00pm

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Dark Street Studios take over The Depot, transforming it into a funky Live Lounge and bringing a stellar line up of local talent.

They will be welcoming back some of our favourite local acts along with some fresh new faces and sounds.

Performing this week is the incredible Llewellin Duo with their awesome, uplifting sound and epic guitar skills. Along with Mystic Moose bringing their full rock vibes and legendary tunes and Reality Cheque with fun, lively classic tracks. Plus house band La Loba hosting and playing a short warm up set.

Get down to HaverHub 7-8pm for Free Entry and then it’s £5 on the door after 8pm.

October 29

Improver Dog Class / 10.00am-11.00am

This is a 6 week course designed to help get you back on track with your dog training. Maybe some things have got a little rusty and you want to polish up your skills. If you are experiencing a few struggles, we have the solution!

For more information, please contact Julie Payne on 07962 235 024 or helpmydog.org.uk

Course Starts October 22nd for 6 weeks.

Places are limited so early booking is essential.

Puppy Class / 11.15am-12.15pm

These 6 week courses will teach your puppy all the life skills they need so that they grow up as a confident, well rounded and optimistic dog. The classes will help build a strong relationship between you and your new puppy so that they can depend on you for direction in life.

For more information, please contact Julie Payne on 07962 235 024 or helpmydog.org.uk

Course Starts October 22nd for 6 weeks.

Places are limited so early booking is essential.

Low-Fi // Nightmare on Quay Street / 9.00pm

Low Fi is BACK! Returning for a Halloween special with a stellar line up of local legends, spinning the best in underground music.

Good sound system, scary drinks and a room full of great people.

£5 tickets available online now. Available on the door for extra so grab a cheap one while they are about!

FANCY DRESS COMPETITION – £100 cash to the best dressed on the night!!!! No rules or theme but the more mental the better!

November 2

Adolescent/Rescue Dog Classes / 12.00pm-1.00pm

This is a 6 week course designed for those dogs who missed out on puppy classes when they were younger and have come straight from rescue centres or adolescent dogs who need to go back to basics for a little while now they are finding their feet.

This Course starts on the 19th of October and runs for 6 weeks.

For more information, please contact Julie Payne on 07962 235 024 or helpmydog.org.uk

Places are limited so early booking is essential.

Open Mic Night / 7.00pm-11.00pm

November 10 / 11

Gathering the Graves / 7.00pm-10.00pm

Much is known of the great events of the Great War; the battles,  the suffering and sacrifice that millions endured in the “war to end all wars.”

Amongst the memorials to the conflict are the immaculate British war cemeteries found across all zones of conflict. The work to recover the bodies of the Fallen and create these resting places was fraught with danger; from unexploded ordnance on the former battlefields to the gruesome work of identifying the corpses and the psychological trauma endured by the men of the Graves Registration Parties, many of whom suffered from what we now know to be post-traumatic stress disorder, but who chose to remain amongst their dead comrades rather than face the terrors of adapting to civilian life.

From the 21st Century perspective it is surprising to learn of the initial opposition to a policy of burying all ranks, classes and creeds together in uniform graves and cemeteries on or near to the battlefields.

There was a huge groundswell of emotion from the British people; many of whom felt that their right to choose how to mourn had seemingly been taken from them.

But, out of this division evolved a sense of national unity that continues after a century, and through the great memorials and simple cemeteries that rose from the killing grounds and encapsulated in one beautifully simple idea that gave focus to a nation’s, and empire’s, grief and desire to mourn.

In his film Bob Phillips sets out to tell this forgotten story through the lives of two cousins from Pembrokeshire who went to fight, and of their loved ones who asked the question:

“After war, what then?”

A question still tragically relevant today.

The HaverHub Bar will be open from 6.30 – 10pm during this event.

November 12 

Tankus the Henge / 5.00pm-11.00pm

November 26

Christmas Fair / 10.00am-2.00pm

Join us at HaverHub for a Festive Fair.

Hosted by Sally, there will be lots of fabulous and local businesses selling their creative gifts. From food and craft, there will be something for everyone.

Shop small, support local and buy sustainably this Christmas!

Free Entry

Soul Train / 8.00pm 

Haverhub presents another Soul Train night, with DJ Mr. A spinning a vinyl only selection of funk, soul and beyond.

Expect to shimmy round the floor to mostly classic sixties and seventies Detroit Soul, New Orleans Funk and a whole lot more. James Brown , Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, Aretha, Chairman of the Board, Sly Stone to name but a few of the selections from Mr A’s vast collection of 7″ singles and LP’s.

Mr. W supports with an eclectic film show of literally all sorts, with live mixing so expect the unexpected.

There is a rumour of a new box of Northern Soul singles so pack your flares and talcum powder perhaps

No MP3’s, no scratching, no Cd’s, just a night of turntables and a whole lot of vinyl. Mr. A has been playing records out for quite a few years now and has been hosting regularly in Cardigan at the Small World Theatre with his Move on Up night and has recently started a fortnightly show on Cardigan Internet Radio, wednesday evenings 8 till 10.

For more information about the upcoming events, please visit https://haverhub.org.uk/events/