Carols by Candlelight at St. Tudno’s. Sunday 17 December 2017

The church was prepared by the Friends of St. Tudno’s, who also set lights along the paths, and the three services were enjoyed by all who attended. Retiring collections were taken for the Archbishop of Wales’ Fund for Children.

3.00 pm service with Holy Trinity choir.


December 22nd, 2017 | Category: Latest, TudnosPrevious | Leave a comment

Boer War Remembrance, 11 November 2017

The annual Boer War Remembrance took place at St. Tudno’s Church on Saturday 11 November. The service was attended by the Mayor and Mayoress and Deputy Mayor and Mayoress of Llandudno, members of Llandudno Lions Club, representative of some of the Cadets and Services units and other parishioners. Wreaths were laid at the […]

CAIS helpers, 17 October 2017

After the Friends of St. Tudno’s autumn working party, a group of volunteers from CAIS helped to clear the remaining cut grass in St. Tudno’s churchyard.



Harvest Thanksgiving at St. Tudno’s, 8 October 2017

The service included a collection of gifts of tins and packets of food for Conwy Food Bank and refreshments were served afterwards.


Visit by Ysgol San Sior to St. Tudno’s, 19 September 2017

Year 5 pupils from Ysgol San Sior visited St. Tudno’s to explore the church and churchyard. They learnt about the history of the church, looked for signs of wildlife in the churchyard and examined Victorian graves in particular. Rubbing grave inscriptions was a popular activity and they collected information on ages at death […]

Service for Peace, 17 September 2017

Members of the Llandudno Branch of Soroptimists International held a service at St. Tudno’s to mark the International Day of Peace.

Songs of Praise, 27 August 2017

St. Tudno’s annual open air Songs of Praise service was held on the afternoon of Sunday 27 August. Members of the congregation chose and introduced a number of mostly well known hymns – but one was new to all except its chooser and had to be practiced before the service!


Rector at St. Tudno’s, 6 August 2017

On Sunday 6 August the Rector took his last open air Morning Service at St. Tudno’s before his retirement at the end of October.

St. Tudno’s open day, 5 August 2017

The annual open day at St. Tudno’s was held on Saturday 5 August and had the theme “Exploring the Churchyard” to promote the new churchyard trail leaflets. Visitors enjoyed following the trails, while refreshments were served in the church.


Britain in Bloom judging, 1 August 2017

St. Tudno’s churchyard was one of the sites visited by the Britain in Bloom judges during their tour of Llandudno. The Friends of St. Tudno’s explained how the churchyard is managed for wildlife conservation and showed the judges a display in the church of “A year in the churchyard”.

The Churchyards Committee met […]