We have an active band of
bellringers at Holy
in the Parish
of Llandudno and anyone younger or
older is welcome to join us to learn this ancient, enjoyable and
Visitors, and visiting bellringers, are always welcome. We
on Friday evenings which is convenient for anyone having a weekend
break in Llandudno, this
most pleasant of North Wales resorts.
N.B. Holy Trinity has its
own "Pay & Display" car park which
can be accessed in or out at the rear of the Church. It is
available for use every day of the week, with Sunday mornings being
reserved for those attending services and the "Pay & Display"
operating from 1pm.
details: Tower captain - Stan Whittaker (tel. 01492 596796)
Please send emails to:
|Sunday Service Ringing
||Friday 7.30 - 9.00 pm
|Open Method ringing
||1st Monday monthly
7.30 - 9.00 pm
||Monday 6.30 - 8.00 pm,
except 1st Monday in each month (see above)
Thanks to David
Roberts for this photograph.
News and information 2016
Any visiting ringers are welcome to
join us to ring for Sunday morning services - ringing starts at
10am, service at 10.30am.
A new parish website is under
development, please see the
new bells page for 2016 news.
in the New Year 2016
We used to ring the New Year in at midnight on New Year's Eve but had
difficulty getting sufficient ringers. In recent years we have
therefore rung at noon on New Year's Day and this year we did just that.
20 December. The handbell ringers
took part in Carols by Candlelight at St. Tudno's Church and there is
another photograph on the St. Tudno's
Friday 18 December. The handbell ringers performed some
carols during carol singing around the Christmas tree in Holy Trinity's
grounds, as part of the Christmas Tree Festival (see Special
bells were restored in 2002 and more details of this and the history of
the bells can be found at History
of the bells
The last ring before the bells
were lowered, 11 August 2002. Left to right: Ann Thomas,
Lynn Ferriday, Joan Edwards, Sue Calvert, Enid Horsfield, John
Horsfield, Sid Burrows (a visitor aged 92 - we were always pleased to
see him, sadly he died 1/8/2006 aged 96), Stan Whittaker (Tower
Captain), Peter Goodwin, James Whittaker.