Llandudno-based St David’s Hospice gets ready for summer fair fun

ST DAVID’S Hospice is holding its popular annual summer fair on Saturday, July 30, in the grounds of the hospice and the adjoining Loreto Centre, both located on Abbey Road, Llandudno.

The hospice, based in North West Wales, delivers specialist care free of charge to adult patients with life-limiting illnesses or those in need of end-of-life care, and their families.

The day will be officially opened by Llandudno’s Town Crier, Billy Baxter, along with “Gog the Goat”, and last year’s mayor and mayoress of Llandudno, Cllr Harry Saville and Loren Lloyd-Pepperell, at 11am.

With more than 35 stalls, the fair promises to be a fun day out for all of the family and will feature stalls selling cakes, hand-made goods, soft toys and crafts, books and DVDs, fruit and veg, and also plenty of tombolas, raffles and games to enjoy.

There will also be the usual tasty selection of food and drink including a barbecue, an ice cream van and refreshments in Café Dewi.

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The day’s entertainment includes Colwyn Bay Ukulele Group (12-1pm and 1.45-2.30pm) and Conwy Reflections Dancers (1.15-1.30pm).

Conwy community fundraiser Adrian Owen said: “We are really pleased that the summer fair is returning; it is a much-loved event and a lovely day out for the family.

“This year, we have decided to extend it into the neighbouring Loreto Centre and have invited local businesses and groups to join us, so there will be plenty to see and do!

“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to St David’s and help us raise valuable funds for their local hospice.”

Admission to the fair is £1 for adults and 50p for children.

All proceeds from the summer fair will go directly to St David’s Hospice.

For further details, please contact Adrian on 01492 873664.

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno