Dec 04

Rotary Llan Pen – Sion Corn / Father Christmas

……Bydd Sion Corn Rotary yn cychwyn ar ei daith o gwmpas ein pentrefi Nos Lun, Rhagfyr 5ed yn ol y rhestr isod (dibynnu ar y tywydd). Bydd pob taith yn cychwyn am 5.30 o’r gloch (o’r Split Willow am Llanfairfechan; o Crofton, Hen Ffordd Conwy am Penmaenmawr a Dwygyfylchi) a bydd Sion Corn yn edrych ymlaen i gyfarfod y plant yn ei garafan . . . . . . . . .
……Rotary Father Christmas will start his tour of the three villages on Monday, December 5th in accordance with the schedule below (weather permitting). Tours start at 5.30 p.m. (from Split Willow for Llanfairfechan and Crofton, Conwy Old Road for Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi) and children will be welcomed by Father Christmas in his caravan . . . . . . . . . .
….Nos Lun/ Monday, 5.12.2016 – Llanfairfechan: Maes Dolfor, Station Road, Parc Menai, Parc Crescent, Maes y Glyn, Promenade;
….Nos Fawrth/Tuesday, 6.12.2016 – Penmaenmawr: Y Berllan, Greystone Park, Gilfach Road, David Street, Erasmus Street, Penmaenan, St. John’s Park;
….Nos Fercher/Wednesday, 7.12.2016 – Llanfairfechan: Pandy Bridge, Cae America, Valley Road, Gorwel, Bryn Road;
….Nos Iau/Thursday, 8.12.2016 – Dwygyfylchi: Conwy Old Road, Cae Cyd Road, Gogarth Avenue, Mona Drive, Ysguborwen Road, Gwynan Park:
….Nos Lun/ Monday, 12.12.2016 – Penmaenmawr: Merton Park, Graiglwyd Road, Parc Moel Lus, Voel Road, Bryn Helig, Cemlyn Park, Conwy Old Road, Fernbrook Road:
….Nos Fawrth/ Tuesday, 13.12.2016 – Dwygyfylchi: Maes y Llan, Cae Gwynan, Old Mill Road, Gardd Eryri;
….Nos Fercher/Wednesday, 14.12.2016 – Llanfairfechan: Nany y Felin Road, Mill Road, Nant y Berllan, Pen y Bryn Hill, Pool Street, Bryn Mair, Pen y Bryn, Bryn Rhedyn, Llwyngwgan;
….Nos Lun/Monday, 19.12.2016 – Llanfairfechan: Pen Dalar, Tyddyn Drycin, Penmaenmawr Road, Parc Henblas, The Close;
….Nos Fawrth/Tuesday, 20.12.2016 – Penmaenmawr: Bangor Road, Esplanade, Celyn Street, Plas Brynmor, Llanerch y Mor, Llys Sambrook, Marine Terrace;

Nov 10

Light Up Llan Christmas Lights Switch-On – Saturday 19 November 2016

This year’s Christmas lights will be switched on on Saturday 19 November 2016, and the event will take place between 2pm and 10pm. A funfair will be in Village Road with live reindeer and live music, craft stalls and a freet Santa grotto (Micky & Minnie)in the Community Centre. The funfair will commence at 2.00pm, with the arrival of Santa and the switching on of the lights at 6.20pm.

Please note: Village Road will be closed to traffic for this event on Saturday 19 November.

Nov 10

Service of Remembrance – Sunday 13 November 2016

This year’s annual service of remembrance will take place on Sunday 13 November 2016. A procession, led by the Mayor, will start from the Community Centre on Village Road, to the cenotaph on Aber Road. Please be present by 10.25am. The Remembrance Service will be held by the cenotaph on Aber Road at 10.45am. Pre-ordered poppy wreaths are available for collection from the Town Clerk’s office on Monday, Wednesday & Friday mornings only, between 9.15am and 12.00 noon.

Nov 01

Firework Display 2016

This year’s community fireworks display, organised by Llanfairfechan Town Council, will take place on Thursday 3 November 2016, starting at 6.30pm. A collection will be held towards the Mayor’s Charities, wchich this year is The Alzheimer’s Society.

The organisers reserve the right to change or cancel the event at short notice.

Aug 16

Fun For Kids at Dogs Trust – Llanfairfechan Library, Weds. 24 August 2016

Kids – learn howDog Smart 24 August 2016 to be dog-smart at your local Community Llibrary!

Come and meet Dogs Trust Education and Community Officer, Bethan. You will learn all about what a dog needs to be happy and healthy, and how to stay safe around dogs.

There will be craft activity after the workshop.

Primary school aged children are welcome to join us on Wednesday, 24 August 2016, between 2 and 3pm. Please give your name to a librarian if you’re coming.

Aug 16

Llanfairfechan Community Players – new production, Thurs. 18 – Sat. 20 August 2016

Prescription for Murder PosterThe Llanfairfechan Community Players will be performing their play, “Prescription For Murder”, this week on Thurs, Fri, Sat, Aug 18, 19, 20, in the institute starting at 7.30 pm. Tickets £8 (£7 concessions) available at the door or by phoning 01248 680109.
“all the best thrillers have their fair share of humour, just as every comedy should have an element of tragedy and the assured comic touch of Norman Robbins is present here………this is a good little thriller that I expect will prove to be a popular choice with amateur theatres” – Amateur Stage March 2010
Thanks to those of you who have already booked their tickets. Hope as many of you as possible will be able to attend and do bring a friend or two along with you.
By the way, just to set things straight, as one or two people have been under the misapprehension that we are performing one of our evenings of murder and mystery, which involve food and drink. This NOT the case.
We are performing a full play with an interval when you can have a cuppa and biscuit.
Thanks in advance for your support.
Jul 19

Crowdfunding appeal to help fund new showers for village football club

Chrissie O’Hagan has launched a JustGiving appeal for donations to raise £500, to provide new shower facilities for the Llanfairfechan Town Football Club. She says:

Llanfairfechan football club is a treasured resource in our village. We offer training, support and fun for our children and senior teams. The club has been running since 1870. All helpers are volunteers. Unfortunately our changing room needs upgrading and our boiler is broken so we have no showers. We are desperately trying to raise money to buy a new boiler to enable the players to have hot showers after their games. We would be so grateful for any donations. Every little helps Thank You”

The JustGiving page to make donations is at:

Jul 16

Copy of “Fresh As Yesterday – Memories of Old Llanfairfechan” available online

Fresh As Yesterday - Memories Od Old Llnfairfechan - by Elizabeth Constance Ellis

People often look for copies of out-of-print books about Llanfairfechan. One such is “Fresh As Yesterday – Memories of Old Llanfiarfechan”. by Elizabeth Constable Ellis (first published by Llanfairfechan Historical Society in May 1988. These books are like hen’s teeth – very scarce! There is a used/very good-condition paperback copy available in the local Bangor branch of Oxfam at £9.99 (reduced from £19.99), so if you’re interested, get online and order it quickly!

The link to the item is: