Abersoch Half-Marathon (22nd September 2018)

Reverend David Parry is running the Abersoch Half-Marathon on Saturday 22nd September to raise money for Llamau to support the Housing Matters Wales campaign. Running 21 kilometres on the Llŷn Peninsula for Llamau because nobody in Wales should be vulnerable and homeless. After seeing the devastating effects in England, when the ‘Supporting People’ ring-fenced funding was removed,Continue reading “Abersoch Half-Marathon (22nd September 2018)”

Exhibitions in Llangelynnin & Caerhun

Llangelynnin Old Church above Henryd will be open on Saturday 8th September (2.30pm) for an Exhibition on ‘Llangelynnin Old and New’ and a Guided Tour of the ancient church. Free entry, parking and refreshments. St. Mary’s Church in Caerhun will be open on Saturday 8th September (10am – 4pm) and Sunday 9th September (2pm – 4pm)Continue reading “Exhibitions in Llangelynnin & Caerhun”

Christian Aid this Friday

Christian Aid Cymorth Cristnogol has been allocated a collection day outside the Tesco supermarket in Llandudno Junction (LL31 9XY) on Friday 7th September 2018. Collections will take place between 09:30 and 17:30. Every £1 donated will attract European Union funding of £4. So, for every £1 that you donate, £5 will go towards Christian Aid!Continue reading “Christian Aid this Friday”

Gŵyl Flodau – Flower Festival

This coming weekend the beautiful, ancient church of St Peter’s in Llanbedr-y-Cennin will be full of the scent and spectacle of a Flower Festival, representing the life of St. Peter. Free entry, tea and home-made cakes will be available, with the opportunity to donate and buy a range of gifts in support of the work andContinue reading “Gŵyl Flodau – Flower Festival”

Our Roman past revealed!

One gift of the prolonged dry summer, has been the revelation of our past at St Mary’s Caerhun. The photos below, taken with a drone by Mark Walters show the interior of  the Roman fort of Canovium  including the internal roads (wider brown lines) and buildings (thin rectangles and squares). The main defensive rampart surroundsContinue reading “Our Roman past revealed!”

Special ‘In concert’ at Caerhun

We’re delighted to be hosting a concert in the beautiful setting of St Mary’s Caerhun on Wednesday 18th July, by singer songwriter Cass Meurig and Elise Gwilym, playing from her new album ‘Taith’.  Cass’s music has wide appeal as she has performed nationally and internationally, using song to tell her personal journey of faith.  EntranceContinue reading “Special ‘In concert’ at Caerhun”