Over 30 trees were on display at the St David’s Hospice Conwy Christmas Tree Festival this year. Displayed in the St Mary’s church on Rosehill Street, trees decorated by local businesses, groups, churches and schools, provided visitors to the festival with a creative array of trees to enjoy.
The six-day event, which also included ‘Carols around the Trees’ on the Thursday evening, was kindly sponsored by Daisy Chain Conwy and the Conwy Valley and North West Wales Community Rail Fund. It raised £1300 in total for local palliative care charity.
The Hospice would like to thank everyone who supported the event this year.
Conwy Community Fundraiser, Adrian Owen said:
“Thank you to everyone for making it such a wonderful event, the trees were beautiful. A special thank you goes to Revd. Eryl Parry, Revd. David Parry, Chris Roberts and Lorraine Gorst for their continued support. Also thank you to the volunteers from both the Church and the Hospice that helped us with the Festival throughout the week. We look forward to inviting everyone back in 2022!”
This week, the Llandudno Christmas Tree Festival takes place at the St John’s Methodist Church on Mostyn St and runs from Monday 13th December until Saturday 18th December (10am-4pm).
On Thursday 16th December, there will also be an opportunity to sing carols under the lights of the Christmas trees at 7pm. The Carols around the Trees concert will include Llandudno Fun Ladies Choir and the St John’s Church Bell ringers. All are welcome with free entry.
On Saturday 18th December (10am – 4pm) there will be a Christmas Fair in the St John’s Church Hall featuring stalls such as cakes, books/DVDs, Carol Thorne cards, crafts, toy/teddy stall, Hospice Merchandise and refreshments will be available.
For further details please contact Adrian Owen on 01492 873674 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHOTO CAPTIONS – Mayor of Conwy Councillor Collette Ryan with Adrian Owen