Cathedral Plygain Service

Friday 20 January 7:00pm, St. Deiniol’s Cathedral, Bangor

All are welcome to come and to take part in this special traditional Welsh service. (Why not prepare a selection of Plygain carols for the 2 halves, in case another person / group sings your favourite!).  Here is some information about what a Plygain is.

All are welcome and please do come along! Contact Canon Robert Townsend for more details.


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Aberdovey Beach yesterday (8.12.16) where Bishop Andy welcomed the Christian Aid walkers on their 'Escape to Egypt' journey to the Diocese of Bangor
Aberdovey Beach yesterday (8.12.16) where Bishop Andy welcomed the Christian Aid walkers on their ‘Escape to Egypt’ journey to the Diocese of Bangor


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Church Hostel Trust – looking back with thanks and forward with expectation

With a lecture and worship, there will be a mixture of looking back with thanks and forward with expectation from 4.30pm on Monday 5th December at Bangor Cathedral.

An event is being held to give thanks for the ministry and contribution of the Church Hostel Trust, whose work has recently come to an end.



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Snowdonia Marathon and Caroline Gregory

Thank you so much to everybody who supported BIshop Andy with his marathon effort for Caroline Gregory. The total raised was £1,755.35 which  has been transferred to her. Caroline is still in the Calais area supporting unaccompanied children and other refugees who have now dispersed into the countryside. She is working from a caravan on a campsite. If you would like to continue to support her, she welcomes any financial contributions via the NatWest account in her name (60-70-03 50097040). You can also follow her work via Facebook.

Anglesey Show 2016

Sioe Mon 2015 87 lrTuesday and Wednesday of this week (9 and 10 August) sees the annual Anglesey Show at the Mona Showground.

People from the Anglesey Synod will be helping with the Diocese’s tent at the show. There will be displays about Church Buildings for Mission, the History of Christianity in the Diocese as well as a variety of activities for children and refreshments provided by the Diocesan Mothers’ Union.

Looking forward, the Archdeacon of Bangor and Anglesey, the Venerable Paul Davies, commented, ‘The Anglesey Show is always a great event, and our presence is part of our mission to be at the heart of the community and to show God’s love for all. Do call in to see us!’

The Diocese’s location is C68 (the same as last year) which at at the opposite end of the street to the Food Hall. If you’re coming to the Anglsey Show, please do drop by!