The free activities for the May half-term for local children, aged seven-16, are as follows: Tuesday, May 29: 10am-noon, Newport YMCA, multi-sports; 1pm-2pm, Pill Millennium Centre, tennis.
Wednesday, May 30: noon-1.30pm, Pill Millennium Centre, football; 2pm-3.30m, Pill Fields, baseball.
Thursday, May 31: 10am-noon, Newport YMCA, multi-sports; 1pm-2pm, Pill Millennium Centre, rugby.
Friday, June 1: 10am-11am, Pill Fields, golf; 1pm-3pm, Newport YMCA, multi-sports.
For more information contact Norman at Pill Communities First office, Pill Library, tel: 01633 671823.
NEW PILL YOUTH WORKER: On June 4, Pill's first full-time youth worker will be taking up his new placement. Pill Communities First and Pill Millennium Centre full-time youth worker will be taking up his new placement.
Pill Communities First and Pill Millennium Centre Trust would like to wish Musa every success in his new job, and we are sure he will get a warm welcome from the community.
Musa was not only chosen by Communities First, but was also interviewed by local teenagers, whose involvement made sure the right person received the job.
The six teenagers, who gave up their time and deserve a thank-you, are Rico Zulkarnain, Lewis Enos, Luke Burnell-Morgan, Danielle Seivwright, Sarah Delahaye and Lataesha Harrison.
PILL MILLENNIUM CENTRE: Due to the fire that closed Pillgwenlly Millennium Centre in February, most of the rooms and main sports hall were unusable.
Now all the suites are open and the contractors are in the final stages of completing the main sports hall.
Clive Thompson, the Millennium Centre Trust development manager, would like to thank all the various groups for their understanding and support during the closure and for returning to the centre. For more information telephone Pill Millennium Centre on 01633 660262.
BANK HOLIDAY PRAM RACE: On Monday, May 28, the annual pram race will take place.
For those who've never been before, a mother (usually a man) and grown-up baby dress up and run along a designated route through Pill, calling in local pubs, downing half-pints, and finishing up at Pill Millennium Centre.
There is a £50 cash prize for the first past the line. Following this is a family fun day with refreshments, stalls, face painting, and a bouncy castle. This is to help fund Pill Carnival. Please come along and support us.
If you would like to enter telephone Jayne on 01633 263719.
So, come on, drag out that old pram/buggy and join in the fun!
CARNIVAL QUEEN: Calling all young ladies between the ages of five and 18 for Pill Carnival Queen. Judging takes place on Sunday, June 24. All entrants must live in Newport.
First prize £50, runner-up £25. There are also prizes for the four court ladies and four flower girls who will be on the float that heads the procession on carnival day. Dresses, etc, are provided.
So, call into AB Florist, 17 Commercial Road, or telephone: 01633 259249, for further details.