About South Glamorgan
First meeting was at the cameo club Pontcanna in the late 70's. Then moved to Sportsman's Rest Peterston-Super-Ely and then went on to the Three Horseshoes Peterston.
Over the years there have been many changes in venues for our monthly meeting our aim has been somewhere they can provide, good hospitality, friendly car parks and of course good food which brings me to say that our current venue appears to score very well on all three points, where the majority of us dine there on the night.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month at……..
The Bush Inn, St Hilary, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan CF71 7DP
The Bush Inn is a Grade II listed public house in St Hilary, near Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. The current inn dates to the 16th century, and has a thatched roof, thick stone walls, low oak beams, flagstone floors, old pews, a stone spiral staircase, and an inglenook fireplace. Iolo Morganwg was known to have visited the pub. The Rough Guide to Wales praised its food and "cosy" atmosphere. Egon Ronay's Lucas Guide in the late 1970s said "People come from Cardiff and Swansea to St Hilary for the sake of this stone-built thatched pub. The benches outside the pub look across to the Church of St. Hilary.
We currently have in the region of 90 TR members registered within our area though we don't expect everyone to join us at our monthly meeting it would be nice to see a new face from time to time so don't be shy or afraid please do come along.