Boer War Remembrance at St. Tudno’s, Saturday 9 November 2019

The Boer War Remembrance Service began in the church and continued, in heavy rain, at the Boer War Memorial in the churchyard, where two minutes’ silence was held. Wreaths were laid by the Deputy Mayor of Llandudno and the  President of the Lions Club of Llandudno. Members of the Lions and Air Cadets took part in the service the British Legion was also represented.

Boer War Remembrance 2019

Bulletin for 10 November, Remembrance Sunday

Bulletin for 10 November

Holy Trinity and Llandudno Christmas Fayre, 14 – 17 November 2019

Llandudno Christmas Fayre will include stalls in Holy Trinity Church grounds and hall.

There will be no parking in the Church grounds from 6.00 pm on Sunday, 10th until 8.00 am on Tuesday, 19th November. Anybody attending Church services will need to wear an armband. These and car parking passes for parking on the East side of the Church in Trinity Square will be available from the Wardens.

The church will be open during the Fayre and we look forward to welcoming visitors. 

Remembrance Services at Holy Trinity, Sunday 10 November 2019

The Civic Service of Remembrance will be held at 9.45 am and will be followed by the parade to the Cenotaph.

There will also be a Service of Eucharist with Remembrance at Holy Trinity at 11.25 am.

At 3.00 pm there will be Junior Church activities in the church hall.

Boer War Remembrance at St. Tudno’s, Saturday 9 November 2019

The annual Service of Remembrance for local men killed during the Boer War will be held at 9.00 am. The service will include laying of wreaths at the Boer War Memorial in the churchyard.

Calendar for November 2019

Advent Carol Service at St. Tudno’s, Sunday 1 December 2019

There will be a candlelit service of Carols for Advent at 3.00 pm and this will be followed by hot drinks and cakes.

The annual services of Carols by Candlelight for Christmas will be on Sunday 22 December at 3.00, 4.30 and 6.00 pm.

Friends of St. Tudno’s working party, Saturday 12 October 2019

The Friends were blessed with beautiful weather for the autumn working party. The church was cleaned and benches were put away or moved off the grass for winter. A project of uncovering overgrown graves continued. The grass had been strimmed and the cut grass was raked and new compost heaps set up. Removing the grass is part of the management for wildlife, to reduce fertility and enable wildflowers to better compete with the grass. Lunch was enjoyed in the sunshine and drinks and cakes were provided during the day and also offered to visitors.

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

Autumn working party at St. Tudno's

 

Harvest Festival at Holy Trinity, Sunday 6 October 2019

Holy Trinity was beautifully decorated for the Harvest Festival service. A collection of tins and packets of food was given to charities helping local people in need.

Harvest Festival flowers

Harvest Festival flowers

Harvest Festival flowers

Harvest Festival flowers

Harvest Festival at St. Tudno’s, Sunday 6 October 2019

The date of St. Tudno’s Harvest Festival clashed with Wales Rally GB’s stage around Marine Drive, below the church. The service was therefore relocated to the Rectory. A collection of tins and packets of food was taken for Hope Restored, a charity helping the homeless in Llandudno.

St. Tudno's Harvest Festival service