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Friends of St. Tudno’s guided walk, 15 August 2018

The theme of the walk was industrial archaeology and the walk was led by Nick Challinor of the Great Orme Exploration Society. Despite heavy rain we examined some sites and learnt about copper mining in Bronze Age and Victorian times.


New Time for Junior Church (Sunday School)

Events at St. Tudno’s, August 2018

Throughout the month Pilgrim Prayers are said each day, except Sunday, at 12.00 noon. See poster below.

Compline by Candlelight is on Tuesday 14 August at 7.30 pm.

On Wednesday 15 August the Friends of St. Tudno’s have organised a guided walk on industrial archaeology of the Great Orme. […]

Churchyard awards, 12 August 2018

Congratulations to Holy Trinity and St. Tudno’s for wining awards for the churchyards.

Holy Trinity has been awarded Gold* in the churches category in the Llandudno in Bloom competition. Members of the congregation and 1st Llandudno Guides have adopted troughs or planters around the church and worked hard to keep them […]

St. Tudno’s Open Day, 4 August 2018

The Friends of St. Tudno’s welcomed visitors to their annual open day, served refreshments and invited people to explore the church and churchyard. During the day some of the Friends worked in the churchyard to uncover gravestones which had become overgrown.


Friends of St. Tudno’s Pilgrimage, 13 July 2018

About two dozen people took part in the Friends’ Pilgrimage, including some visitors to Llandudno, and Pilgrim Prayers were said along the way.

At Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch the Friends were given a tour of the church with its beautiful Jesse Window, walked to St. Dyfnog’s Well and saw pottery demonstrations at the Anvil […]

Wales in Bloom judging, 17 July 2018

The Wales in Bloom judge visited St. Tudno’s churchyard during his tour of Llandudno. The Friends of St. Tudno’s Church had just received a Communities Green Flag Award for their work in the churchyard and the judge, Mr. Jim Goodwin, raised the flag for the first time.


Judging for Communities in Bloom, 12 July 2018

The judges for the International Communities in Bloom competition visited St. Tudno’s churchyard as part of their tour of Llandudno. They learnt about the work of the Friends of St. Tudno’s in managing the churchyard for wildlife and saw a display in the church on “A year in the churchyard”.


Calendar for August 2018


Celtic Harp & Fiddle Concert at St. Tudno’s 24 August

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