HOPE CHURCH: meets every Sunday at 10.30am in Ysgol Friars School Hall.
ST JOHN’S METHODIST CHURCH: High St. Weekly Sunday Service 10.30am
MASS: Our Lady and St James RC Church, upper Bangor: Mass times Sunday 10am and 5pm.
BANGOR CATHEDRAL: Weekly Services. Mon: 8am Eucharist, noon Cathedral Prayer Group, 6.30pm University Anglican Society Service. Tues: 8am Morning Prayer, 10.30am Eucharist, 5.30pm Choral Evensong. Wed: 8am Morning Prayer, 10.30am Eucharist. Thurs: 8am Morning Prayer, 10.30am Eucharist, 5.30pm Choral Evensong. Sunday: 8.30am Eucharist, 9.30am Offeren / Boreol Weddi, 11am The Cathedral Eucharist, 3.15pm Choral Evensong.
QUAKER MEETINGS: Sundays, 10.30am; Tuesdays, 1-1.30pm at the Friends Meeting House, Dean St. For details, phone 01248 602156.
BANGOR INDEPENDENT SPIRITUALIST CHURCH: The service includes hymns, prayers, clairvoyance and spiritual healing and takes place every Wednesday at 7pm at the Quaker Meeting House, Dean St. The service will finish at approx 8.30pm with free refreshments and healing shortly later. Admission £2 to include refreshments and towards church funds. Phone 01407 840531.
BANGOR CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST CHURCH: Established in 1947 and affiliated to the Greater World Spiritual Centre, London. Services at 7pm every Thurs at the Quaker Meeting House, Dean St with free refreshments after the Divine Service. No admission fee, only a free-will collection taken during the Service. There is a different guest speaker every week. Everyone is most welcome to attend.
BANGOR & MENAI BAHA’IS: The Baha’i Community of Bangor and Menai invite you to join in activities here. The Baha’i Faith is a world religion whose purpose is to unite all mankind in one universal cause, one common faith. Contact bangorbahais@ gmail.com or 07577 777392.
HIRAEL CLUB: Cash bingo every Tues. Doors open at 1.30pm for a start at 2pm. Come along and enjoy the friendly atmosphere and light refreshments.
GLASINFRYN COMMUNITY CENTRE: Tai Chi Qigong class every Tuesday 6.307.30pm. Gentle energising exercises suitable for all. Beginners welcome. First class free. Jill Turner 01248 351672
YOGA: Mondays 10–11.30am, Garth Rd Community Centre, (road to Bangor pier, left up hill at red post box) Call Katie 07717 661717.
BANGOR COMMUNITY CHURCH: Meet every Sunday 10.30am and 6.30pm at Coed Mawr Community Centre, (behind Mcdonalds).
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD: Pentecostal church. Prince’s Rd, (off College Rd) Upper Bangor. Meeting every Sunday 10.30am and 6.30pm. Warm welcome to all.
QIGONG CLASS: Monday 6.30-7.30pm, Coed Mawr Community Centre, (Behind McDonald’s Caernarfon Rd). Qigong (pronounced Chi Kung) is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention. Contact Jeff Cushing 01248 352336 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk £5
TAI CHI & QIGONG: Monday 7.30-9pm, Coed Mawr Community Centre. Admission £5. Tai Chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow, gentle movements. Contact Jeff Cushing 01248 352336 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk £6, (£5 concessions).
TAI CHI & QIGONG: Bangor Uni. Tues 1-2pm. Room F16 Memorial building, Deiniol Rd (Opp the science library) Admission £5. Tai Chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements. Contact Jeff Cushing 01248 352336 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk £5
YOGA CLASS: Tuesday 7.30-9pm, Coed Mawr Community Centre, mixed ability class suitable for beginners. Contact Jeff Cushing 01248 352336 cymrutaichiwales. co.uk £6 (£5 concessions) block booking also available.
BALLROOM AND LATIN AMERICAN DANCE CLASSES: At Canolfan Penrhosgarnedd. Tuesdays. Beginners Class 7.30-8.15pm. Improvers Class 8.30-9.30pm. Sunday evenings. Beginners Class 7pm-7.45pm. Practice Dance 7.45-9pm. Private Lessons by arrangement. Qualified Teacher with the IDTA. Call Kerstina on 07920 446976.
WIDOWED: Anglesey and Gwynedd widowers and widows Bilingual group is a social group covering Anglesey, Bangor, Caernarfon and Lleyn, set up for widowed people to enjoy life again in the company of other bereaved people. People aged 50-70 will probably get the most from membership, as the group aims to be active, out and about. It meets every fortnight in Bangor and has also met up for gentle walks, opera, ballet, gigs, cinema, a meal, pub quiz and weekends away. If you are an internet user go to Meetup.com and then enter ‘Anglesey and Gwynedd widows and widowers’ and apply to join. Or call Lyn (Cymraes) on 01286678252 or 07474224246 or Ena on 01248853625. Please note that this is not a dating group.
CRAFT WORKSHOPS: Are being held at the Laboratory, Treborth Botanic Gardens just off the Menai Bridge, Bangor. Anglesey Artist and Crafter Romana will conduct her speciality Ivy Weaving Workshops every second Saturday up to December 9. Enjoy a unique and satisfying method of weaving with ivy (Hedera Helix) to create some lovely rustic bunting. No knowledge of weaving required. Please be sure to have nimble fingers and that you are not allergic! All materials with a choice of Autumn/ Christmas decorations will be provided as well as refreshments. £20, 10am to 1pm. Each day is a self contained course. Booking essential. Please visit the Events and Booking pages at: romanatrinity.wixsite. com/romana and at facebook.com/ artandcraftcreations/ Events.
PILATES: Pilates Classes at the Garth Community Ctre. Run by Angie Masterson, who has been teaching many forms of exercise for over 35 years. Contact Angie Masterson 01407 831 348 or 07740 902 125 or Les Day on 01248 355180 for details.
ZUMBA DANCE-FITNESS: Weds & Thurs 6.30-7.30pm, Academi, Deiniol Rd. Salsa Tues 8.30pm. Swing Jive Weds 8.15pm. Burlesque Tues 7.30pm. Helen 07751017157
GWYNEDD SANDS: Will hold their annual Remembrance Service at the Ysbyty Gwynedd Chapel on Saturday, November 11, at 2pm. Refreshments available after the service. Contact Gwynedd Sands on 07934 632882 for further information.
CHARITY EVENING: Gwynedd Sands have organised an evening with Elvis (Wyn Roberts) on Friday November 17, at Bangor Football Club at 7.30pm. Tickets £6. Proceeds from the evening will go towards purchasing items / equipment for the Maternity Unit at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor. Contact Nia on 07787 700872 for more info.
HAFAN MENAI DAY HOSPICE: for Hospice at Home Gwynedd and Anglesey are holding their annual Christmas Fair at the day hospice in the grounds of Ysbyty Gwynedd on Wed, November 29 12:305:30pm. Admission £1, under 16s free. Free Hospice parking on site. The Bangor University Band will be providing entertainment and there will be a mixture of craft and Christmas themed stalls, cakes and raffles with some great prizes.
UNIVERSITY OF WALES GRADUATES: Bangor Branch. 2017 – 2018 Lecture programme, at 5.30pm 5.30pm, lecture room 4 at the Syr Ifor Williams Lecture Room in the Main Arts Building: November 17, 2017, “Tynged yr Iaith yn y Gwasanaeth Iechyd”, Gwerfyl Roberts, Uwchddarlithydd, Ysgol Gwyddorau Gofal Iechyd, Prifysgol Bangor. January 26, 2018, “Y Dieithryn wrth y Drws: thema allweddol yng ngwaith Saunders Lewis”. Dr Bruce Griffiths. March 16, 2018, “Wales and the History of Science”, Prof John Tucker, Swansea University. membership fee £5 to the Treasurer: Gwen Aaron, Gwelfor, Carreg y Gath, Rhiwlas, Bangor. LL57 4HD. Details from Secretary: Mrs Megan Tomos (01248 601176) firstname.lastname@example.org
ROYAL MARINES: Shoppers at Bangor have been generous in their support for injured Royal Marines and their families. A one-day collection at the Tesco store raised £886 for the Royal Marines Charity. The event was organised by the North Wales branch of the Royal Marines Association, which is grateful for Tesco’s support. New members are welcome to join the branch, which meets on the third Monday each month at 7.30pm at the Faenol Fawr hotel, Bodelwyddan.
QUAKER COFFEE MORNING: and SALE. Saturday November 18 at the Quaker Meeting House, Dean St. 10.30am-noon. Delicious homemade cakes and jams, crafts books. Admission £1 including coffee. In aid of Quaker Humanitarian Work
LEAGUE OF FRIENDS: Cyfeillion Ysbyty Gwynedd. A big thank you to the committee members of the charity shearing auction at the Ring, Rhosgoch, that raised £10,900 to the League of Friends to buy vital equipment for the hospital wards.