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ORGANISATIONS
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Constitutional Club
Synopsis
It is not known the date of the formation of the Constitutional Club but the following newspaper reports advise that, in December 1911, a Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Phillips were steward and stewardesses of the Club and that the premises were to be extended and renovated. The photograph is of Steven Evan and Marry Ann (Polly) Phillips on their wedding day of 10 March 1907 and the club was located in the large house at the top of the lower part of Brook Row. Photo provided by Stephanie Phillips

Newspaper reports date from  April 1905 to July 1913


Cork Club

2 October 1909   Cork Club   A Cork club has been started with the object of visiting Dublin in March 1910, to witness the Wales and  Irish International Rugby Football match. It has a membership of about 50 young men.

Fochriw and Pentwyn Pals Touring Clubs

Synopsis
Newspaper reports date between June 1914 and November 1929. Meetings were held at the Rising Sun Inn, and socials held at  Noddfa Chapel Vestry, whist drives and dances at Fochriw Ballroom and concerts at the White Horse Inn, Pentwyn, and the Co-operative Rooms.

A motor car tour to Gloucester, via Abergavenny, Monmouth and Ross, returning via Hereford and Brecon was undertaken in June 1914, the party leaving Fochriw at 8 a.m. and returning home at 11.15pm..
Various outings to rugby internationals and football matches at Wembley were undertaken

Pal’s Club
Synopsis
Newspaper reports date between August 1915 and August 1930.
Meetings and functions were held at the Fochriw Workman’s Institute and holidays to Blackpool were arranged.

White Horse Outing Club  
 7 August 1915   White Horse Outing Club    On Monday, the members of the White Horse Outing Club, Pentwyn, held their annual outing. The party, numbering about 20, travelled by motor charabanc to Carmarthen town. The party left the White Horse Hotel about 6:30a.m. The first stop took place at Senny Bridge, and then again at Llandovery and Llandeilo before reaching their destination. On arriving at Carmarthen dinner was taken. The afternoon and was given to sight-seeing and amusements, the party of reaching home about the 11:00pm. The excellent arrangements were carried out five Messrs. H. Edgar, secretary, W. Price, treasurer, and Edward Morgan, chairman.

3 May 1930  White Horse Outing Club   A large number of members of the White Horse Outing Club journeyed to London on Saturday morning, and returned on Sunday morning after a jolly time.
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Cork Club: trip from Pant to Brecon 1921; Mr EE Cumpstone, posting master at Fochriw, holding reins
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Cork Club. Steve Phillips centre back with bow tie. By Stephanie Phillips
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