|Below is a photo of Llandudno and part of Craig Y Don.
You can see St Paul's church underneath the yacht that is furthest to the left!!
|St Paulís Church is situated in Craig y Don on the north shore of Llandudno, on the coast of North Wales. The church is one of four in the parish of Llanrhos in the Anglican diocese of St Asaph, and we are celebrating the Centenary of the Church's Consecration this year. St Paul's was consecrated in 1901, and built to meet the increasing tourist population each summer. The spacious acoustic lends itself well to the performance of music.
The organ is a fine three-manual William Hill built in 1910. A full restoration of the instrument is to take place in the next few years.
There is a weekly service at 9.45am each Sunday. Sung Eucharist is sung on the first Sunday of the month, while services on the other Sundays combine part of the office of Mattins with the Eucharist. Details of music are published each month and can be found on the Present Music List page.
Music plays an important part in the services here. Stuart Robinson has been Director of Music at St Paulís since September 2000. There is a choir of a dozen trebles (both boys and girls) and about a dozen adults. There are vacancies for trebles, and altos and tenors who can sight read, and enjoy singing church music.
If you're interested contact the Organist or go to the Singers Wanted page.
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|Last updated: 27th April, ©2002
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|Some dates for your diary|
|Saturday May, 25- 7:30 pm:
Concert by the Monteverdi singers (Conductor- John Huw Davies)
A Program fo Tudor anthems and madrigals, and music by Tippett and Britten.
Sunday June, 2nd- 3:30 pm:
Choral Evensong to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen.
Music includes: "I was glad" (Parry), "Thou wilt keep him" (S.S Wesley) and "Crown Imperial" (Walton)
Saturday July 6th- 7:30 pm:
Concert given by St Paul's Choir, with Alan McGuinness (Assistant Organist of St Asaph Cathedral) directed by Stuart Robinson.