Three services were held at St. Tudno’s on Sunday 18 December, which enabled everyone attending to be seated safely and comfortably. The 3.00 pm service was attended by 68 people, with music provided by Holy Trinity Choir. At 4.30 pm there were 98 people and they enjoyed listening to the Holy Trinity Handbell […]
The November Sunday service at St. Tudno’s was an Advent Reflection on the 27th. The service was led by the Friends of St. Tudno’s and was followed with hot drinks and cakes.
The annual service to remember the local men who died in the Boer War was held at St. Tudno’s on Saturday 12 November. After a short service in the church, wreaths were laid at the Boer War Memorial in the churchyard by the Mayor of Llandudno and by the President of the Lions […]
Harvest Festival at St. Tudno’s was celebrated on Sunday 9 October. The service included presentation at the altar of gifts of food for Conwy Food Bank. The service was followed by tea and cakes – which were eaten outside as it was warmer there!
On Wednesday 28 September Year 5 class from Ysgol San Sior visited St. Tudno’s. Friends of St. Tudno’s led the activities during the day, which included exploration of the church and churchyard, rubbings of tombstone inscriptions and an investigation of ages at death at different times.
On Sunday 18 September the Llandudno Branch of Soroptomists International held a service at St. Tudno’s to mark the International Day of Peace.
On Friday 12 August the Britain in Bloom judges visited St. Tudno’s Churchyard as part of Gogarth Ward’s entry in the competition. Members of the Churchyards Committee told the judges about the management of the churchyard for wildlife conservation.
The Friends of St. Tudno’s annual open day at St. Tudno’s was held on Saturday 6 August. The theme was “Exploring the Churchyard” and visitors were invited to test a new, self-guided churchyard tour with children’s activities which is being developed by the Churchyards Committee. The Friends served refreshments in the church and […]
On Thursday 4 August members of the Great Orme Exploration Society visited St. Tudno’s. The evening included a walk to St. Tudno’s Well, which was visited with kind permission of the landowners, and finished with tea and cakes.
On Sunday 26 June there was a joint service with St. Cystennin’s Church. The service, with the theme “Gog in Creation” was prepared and led by members of the two congregations and was followed by a bring-and-share picnic.