Llandudno Town Christmas Parade
The Conwy Fair Trade Coalition and Llandudno CYTUN/Churches Together are combining forces for this year’s Llandudno Town Christmas Parade on Saturday 1st December 2018.
Meet at either:
      Holy Trinity Church at 3.00pm for dressing up and then onwards to Kingdom Krafts Fair Trade shop in Madoc Street;or
     2. Kingdom Krafts Fayre Trade Shop in Madoc Street at 3.15pm.

Parents and children are invited to dress in Nativity costumes. All children must be accompanied throughout the parade and are the responsibility of their parents/carers. We would particularly welcome wise men and women (crown/turban/check tea-towel headdress, cape and small gold box.  We will provide Fairtrade symbols to stick on the gold box.
We expect up to 30 children to take part.
After the parade has concluded with a visit to Santa at the Town Hall, everyone is invited to return to Kingdom Krafts for light refreshments.

Both Conwy Fair Trade Coalition and Llandudno CYTUN have Public Liabili…

Llandudno CYTUN/Churches Together Autumn Diary 2018


Special Days & Weeks around the year

Special Days around the year
The origins and background material for many special days and designated weeks can usually be found on appropriate websites.
As the list of organisations or causes now claiming a special week or Sunday is ever-increasing, a considerable number of them have not been included.
January Christian Unity Week 18-25 January                                                                            
Holocaust Memorial Day
January 27                                                                               As many in our communities mark Holocaust Memorial Day we remember before God the thousands of victims who perished under the years of Nazi atrocities. We pray for the survivors and their relatives and we pray for the eradication, in every place, of the evil and prejudice inflicted upon men, women and children because of their ethnicity, their beliefs or their sexual orientation.
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