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. ART CLASSES: At Llandudno Baptist Church, Great Orme’s Road. Wednesday mornings, afternoons and evenings. Contact Chrissie Smith on 01492 878817. KNITTING CLASSES: At Llandudno Baptist Church, Great Orme’s Road on Weds. Contact Chrissie on 01492 878817.
BOLLYWOOD: during his term as Chief Executive and the creation of the Cafe. Rev Jane Allen gave a Vote of Thanks. Chairman Neil closed the function. February meetings Coffee Morning on 4th (Committee 10am Coffee 11am} and Luncheon February 18th 12.30 for 1pm both at North Wales Golf Club. New members welcome. Email Secretary Ron Jones firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01492 541438. RNLI: The ‘Andy Pearce’ is provisionally scheduled to launch on exercise this evening (Thursday) with a further similar session at sea planned for February 16. The RAF Valley ‘Sea King’ search and rescue helicopters with which Llandudno’s lifeboats have worked on many occasions over the years will be supplanted this summer by civilian-operated Sikorsky S92 helicopters operating out of Caernarfon airport. This new base is now nearing completion, with personnel and aircraft due to arrive over the coming months. It is understood the S92’s and their crews are due to begin training with other North Wales SAR organisations at the beginning of April, with the Caernarfon unit due to go ‘live’ on 1 July. SOROPTIMISTS: A new member was inducted to the club at the meeting on January 22. Hilary Leyland is a retired teacher and complementary therapist, and was introduced by President Elect Stephanie Edwards. Barbara Dixon of SI Anglesey spoke about her visits to Cambodia to carry out voluntary work. She explained that Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in the world, and small contributions here give good value in the country. Club members are looking forward to a social evening in Feb and the annual Charter Lunch is on March 1. For more information visit the website www.sigbi. org/llandudno-and-district or email email@example.com. U3A: Llandudno Area U3A’s next Open Meeting is at 2pm on Tuesday February 3 in the Craig y Don Community Centre. Doors open at 1.30pm. Entrance £1 including refreshments. The guest speaker Ken Young will give an illustrated talk on Railway Architecture with special reference to Welsh Railways. There is also the opportunity to socialise, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and find out more about the U3A. Are you fully or semi retired? Perhaps new to the area or looking for new interests. Why not join the U3A. The monthly Open Meetings are available to members and non members alike. For further details and all our contact information please see our website www.u3asites.org.uk/ llandudnoarea LLANDUDNO FRIENDSHIP LINK: Last Friday, Stuart Anderson gave an illustrated talk about the Colditz POW camp and how his father was involved in some of the escape attempts. A vote of thanks was given by John Dentith. PROBUS CLUB OF ORMESIDE: Chairman Alan Guinn opened the latest meeting, held at the Maesdu Golf Club on Wednesday January 21. Following the meal, the apologies for absence and the birthdays for the month were announced and because this was the last full meeting of Alan’s Chairmanship, he had developed a quiz. A very convivial meeting came to an end and members are reminded that the next meeting on February 11 will be the AGM. JOBS FAIR: Looking for Staff? Looking for Employment? Janet Finch-Saunders AM in conjunction with Job Centre Plus, A4E and Working Links is holding a Jobs Fair and a Stake Holder Engagement Forum on Feb 18 in the Assembly Rooms, Llandudno Town Hall, Lloyd Street. Morning session 9am to noon by prior registration only. Open session 1pm-4pm. Employers wishing to register for the event contact Janet direct. For details call Janet on 01492 871198 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org Or call in office 29 Madoc Street, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2TL BKVA: The North West Wales branch holds meetings every first Monday of the month, 1pm, at the Llandudno Junction Social and Labour Club. All ex-Korean veterans are welcome. . SCOTTISH DANCE: North Wales Scottish Country Dancers welcome anyone who can cope with a Scottish Country Dance with just a ‘walk-through’ or a ‘talk-through’ to their regular weekly dances at 7.30pm on Wednesday evenings in the hall of the church of St Michael and All Angels, Glyn y Marl Road. PARKINSON’S: Parkinson’s UK is the national charity that provides much needed support for people affected by Parkinson’s, as well as funding many significant research projects. The Llandudno and District Parkinson’s UK Support group meets every second Monday in the month from 4pm to 5.30pm in Llandudno Junction. Contact Alison Underwood on 01492 533459 for information. FREE LIPS CLASSES: Lipreading. Information, Practical, Strategies Classes. NWDA Office 77 Conway Road,Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL29 7LN. Weds 2pm-4pm. New class starting: Feb 4, 11, 25; March 4, 11, 18, 25. ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH: The service on Sunday will be Holy Eucharist with The Rev Peter Walker , service starts at 9.30.Also at 5pm there will be a Christingle service for adults and children. On Thurs Feb 5 10am - noon there will be a coffee morning with seasonal stall. FFIN Y PARC GALLERY: New works by Mihangel Jones RCA and James Guy Eccleston will be on show from Sun, Feb 1 until Wed Feb 25, at Ffin y Parc Gallery, Betws Road, Llanrwst. www.welshart.net 01492 6402070. Eucharist (modern language/bilingual Welsh and English). 3rd Sunday of the month Family /All Age worship (bilingual Welsh and English, BSL signed). Refreshments follow both Sunday services. CÔR PLWYF PENMACHNO: /Penmachno Community Choir. Practice 7.30pm at St Tudclud’s Church each Friday. New members welcome!