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“Wednesday's Reflection”

Holy Trinity Church
Ranked #33 of 95 things to do in Llandudno
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: A fine Victorian church in the centre of town, with beautiful stained glass windows and carvings. Open most days from about 8.30 am till about 5.00 pm.
Wallasey, England, United Kingdom
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23 reviews
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“Wednesday's Reflection”
Reviewed 27 January 2014

Choir concerts are amazing.. Full of variety as well as atmosphere. So welcoming to all and the space really conveys the sound.. Wish we could be here for Christmas!

Visited October 2013
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Prestatyn, United Kingdom
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“Chrismas Carol Live at Holy Trinity”
Reviewed 13 November 2013

Opening it's doors to all ,all day, is rare for a church these days but this is indeed the case at HTC.Llandudno.

The usual peaceful surroundings are on occasion livened up by choir concerts ,recitals and even songs from the shows This month ( November 27th & 28th) sees HTC (as it's called by locals) hosting a live theatrical performance of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol. Travelers to the venue will be treated to an event not to be missed, mixing live action from a 20 strong cast and audio visual effects. Llandudno has a strong tradition of theatrical performance from the Punch and Judy show on the promenade to the state of the art Venue Cymru, hosting all the big names and shows that are touring the country. Why not make a short break of it .There is plenty of accommodation of varying standards to please every pocket . If you fancy a break during the day from the plethora pf retail outlets, then you can't go wrong with a visit to Fountains or Home cooking ,both situated at the top end of Mostyn Street, as both venues do an excellent deal on a cake and coffee. Tickets for the permanence at Holy Trinity are priced at £6 ,another bargain.

Visited November 2013
Thank Rob A
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Shropshire, United Kingdom
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“Wednesday night concerts”
Reviewed 24 June 2013

We went to the Wednesday night concert by the Llandudno showplayers and really enjoyed it. There were a few issues with the sound and we noticed how much better it was when the lady singing Oom Pah Pah (from Oliver) came down the aisle, so maybe the acoustics weren't great, but all in all it was an enjoyable evening. Tickets are £6 and the concert lasted 2 hours with lots of well known songs from Broadway and the West End. Get there early if you can as it was packed. A nice way to spend an evening.

Visited June 2013
Thank shropshiretraveller9
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“Magnificent Church in a busy town”
Reviewed 27 May 2013

Holy Trinity is positioned right in the heart of Llandudno and has recently opened its grounds partly to parking (it obviously brings in revenue for the church and at the same time helps the towns parking problem). They have coffee mornings and small 'craft' sales from time to time. It has a thriving children's section run by wonderful staff which allows parents to attend services.
If looking around the exterior you will find evidence in the north east corner of a stone laid at the time of building (mid 19th century). The weather has eroded the inscription completely but inside the church you will find behind the door a copy of what the stone once said. The church was opened with a masonic ceremony and makes mention of The Provincial Master of the Province of Shropshire and North Wales. Presumably some donation was made for this by the Masonic Order. Lady Mostyn is also mentioned. It would be nice if a new stone were to take the place of the old one. It shouldn't cost a great deal.

Visited May 2013
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