Correction to 14 July details

The concert by Audley Male Voice Choir and soloists on Sunday 14 July will begin at 8.00 pm.

Correction to 21 July details

The concert by Parkside Male Voice Choir on Sunday 21 July will begin at 8.00 pm.

Correction to 4 August details

The concert by Macclesfield Male Voice Choir on Sunday 4 August will begin at 8.00 pm, finishing by 10.00 pm.

Bulletin for 7 July, Trinity 3

Bulletin for 7 July

Calendar for July 2019

Friends of St. Tudno’s Pilgrimage, Friday 19 July 2019

The Pilgrimage will be to churches and other places of interest in the Harlech area. We will leave Holy Trinity Church at 9.00 am and will be travelling by car and stopping for coffee, lunch and tea are interested in joining us, please Contact Us for further information.

St. Tudno’s services and events, July 2019

Open air services will be held each Sunday at 12.00 noon and a free taxi will depart from Holy Trinity Church at 11.30 am. On Sunday 7th and Sunday 21st the service will include a simple celebration of Communion. If the weather is poor the services will be held in the church.

Compline by Candlelight will be on Tuesday 2 July at 7.30 pm.

There will be a Friends of St. Tudno’s working party in the churchyard after the service on Sunday 7 June, to prepare for Wales in Bloom judging on Tuesday 9 July.

The Friends of St. Tudno’s annual Pilgrimage will be on Friday 19 July. Please see the Friends’ page for further information.

Great Get Together preparation, Sunday 23 June 2019

The Friends prepared for the Great Get Together picnic by trimming the grass and setting out tables decorated with the Great Get Together red and white gingham.

 

Great Get Together preparation

Great Get Together at St. Tudno’s, Sunday 23 June 2019

We again took part in the national Great Get Together event, organised by the Jo Cox Foundation and inspired by her words “we have more in common than divides us”. There was a special open air service at 3.00 pm on Sunday 23 June, attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Llandudno. During the service, taken by Archdeacon Mary, everyone had a go at making a friendship bracelet to demonstrate how many different strands can be combined to make something beautiful. This also resulted in working together to learn how to do it! The service was followed by a bring-and-share picnic – which had almost finished before the rain began, when there was more working together to get everything inside!

Great Get Together service

Great Get Together picnic

 

Friends of St. Tudno’s geology tour, 15 June 2019

Each year the Friends of St. Tudno’s organise a guided walk on the Great Orme, led by a local expert. This year the subject was churchyard geology and geologist Martin Trevelyan-Jones told us about the various rocks from which headstones in the churchyard had been made.

Geology tour

Geology tour

Geology tour

 

We were also pleased to see some cinnabar moths.

Cinnabar moth at St. Tudno's