North Wales Weekly News - - COMMUNITY EVENTS -

CATHOLIC CHURCH: Our Lady Star of The Sea, Lloyd Street. Priest Fa­ther Antony Jones. Web­site www.llan­dudno-catholic­church.org.uk Week­end mass times: Sat vigil masses, noon (Welsh) and 5.30pm. Sun­day mass 9.30am. Daily mass at noon.

GUIDE DOGS: for the Blind Au­tumn Fayre. Sat. Oct 10, 2-4pm St David’s Church. Pen­rhyn Bay. Stalls in­clude Guide Dogs Mer­chan­dise, Christ­mas cards, raf­fle, cakes and many more. Ad­mis­sion £1.50 to in­clude Tea/Cof­fee and Cake. All Pro­ceeds to the Conwy & Dis­trict branch of Guide Dogs Cymru. Con­tact Sheila on 01492 875098.

COACH TRIP: The lions Club of Llan­dudno have or­gan­ised a coach trip to the Harrogate Christ­mas Mar­ket. The trip takes place on Sat Nov 21 at a cost of £16 per per­son. To book or for more info con­tact Lion Stu­art Lown­des on 01492 541313.

ST JOHN’S METHODIST CHURCH: To­day (Thurs), noon Soup and Roll, cost £2; 1.45pm Heal­ing Ser­vice with Rev Bar­bara Bir­cumshaw; 8pm Betws yn Rhos Male Voice Choir Con­cert with soloist Trys­tan Lewis - £6: Fri, 10am-1pm Cof­fee Morn­ing for Church: Sat, 10.30am-2.30pm Re­verb Cafe. Sun, 11am Morn­ing Ser­vice with Rev Bar­bara Bir­cumshaw, 6.30pm Evening Ser­vice with Holy Com­mu­nion with Rev John An­der­son. Mon,, 9.45am Tod­dlers Singing Group (£1 per fam­ily). Tues, 2.30pm Ladies Fel­low­ship ; 8pm Den­bigh Male Voice Choir - £6. Wed, 9.30am Tod­dlers £1.50 per fam­ily; 2.30pm Bi­ble Study.

WI: Next meet­ing is a Talk and Slides by Miss V Mc Don­ald, on Ex­cit­ing Travel on Wed Oct 14. The Llan­dudno WI cel­e­brated WI Day on Llan­dudno Bandstand Cakes and Pro­duce for passers-by. Llan­dudno WI meets in Craig-y-don com­mu­nity cen­tre 2nd Wed of the Month at 2pm. Con­tact Frances Wil­liams 878355 or Sheila Payne 593644

RO­TARY: Ju­lian Thompson from the Pensy­ch­nant Con­ser­va­tion Trust was the speaker on Tues Sept 29. Pensy­ch­nant is a 150 acre Vic­to­rian Es­tate in the Sy­ch­nant Pass. Cen­turies of tra­di­tional farm­ing have shaped the pre­his­toric land­scape and made deep cul­tural roots. The Pensy­ch­nant Foun­da­tion was set up in 1989 to pro­tect the history and nat­u­ral history of Sy­ch­nant. Steve But­ler gave the vote of thanks.

HOLY TRIN­ITY CHURCH:. On Sun Eucharist Ser­vice at 8am. At 10.30am Fam­ily Wor­ship for Harvest, fol­lowed by short­ened Eucharist. Evening Prayer 5pm and Ex­plor­ing Wor­ship 6pm. Eucharists at 9am on Weds and 11am Thurs and on Oct 8 this in­cludes the Min­istry of Heal­ing. On Sat Oct 10 bilin­gual Eucharist 11am, to mark the end of the Ar­l­lech­wedd Dean­ery, and guest preacher will be Canon Peter Jones. Sun­day School meets at 10.30am term times. See www.llan­dudno-parish.org. uk or ring the Rec­tor (01492 876624).

ST TUDNO’S CHURCH: Great Orme. The church is open ev­ery day and Morn­ing Prayer is said most Sats at 9am. On Sat Oct 17 work­ing party at 10am, with var­i­ous jobs to be com­pleted in the church and church­yard. See www.llan­dudno-parish.org. uk or ring the Rec­tor (01492 876624).

LLAN­DUDNO FRIEND­SHIP LINK: Last Fri­day, Geraint Grif­fith gave an il­lus­trated talk about his culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ences on three rail­way jour­neys in Wales, South Africa and Bel­gium. Jack Wadding­ton gave a vote of thanks. On Sat Ian Fraser led a walk around Bodys­gallen, De­ganwy and West Shore.

RNLI: Llan­dudno’s RNLI vol­un­teers have re­ceived a num­ber of sub­stan­tial do­na­tions to­wards the con­struc­tion cost of the new MO­BILE LI­BRARY: Next visit Wed Oct 14 at Groes Rd., Llanel­lian (4,15-4.35)

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