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COLWYN BAY.

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ST. GEORGE, ABERGELE.

BETTWS-YN-RHOS.

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BETTWS-YN-RHOS. HARVEST FESTIVAL.—The thanksgiv- ing services were held in the Church on Thursday. The sacred edifice had been most tastefully decorated by Mrs. Pryce Morgan (Vicarage), Misses G. and F. Old- field (Ffarm), Mrs. Marston (School House), and helpers, together with Mr. Andrew Hunter, head gardener, Coed Coch. In the morning there was a celebra- tion of Holy Communion by the Vicar, at which a goodly number attended. At the English service Ithe church was comfort- ably full, large numbers attending from surrounding villages. The musical portion was in the capable hands of the Hon. Mrs. Brodrick, Coed Coch, who was organist, and needless to say this part was capital. The special preacher was the Rev. Ebenezer Evans, B.A., LLanfair Talhaiarn. The Welsh service in the evening commenced at 7 o'clock, when the seating capacity of the church was taxed to the uttermost. It was most gratifying to see the large number of Nonconformists present, with the Rev. O. Ffoulkes, thus showing the good feeling prevalent in the village. Among the con- gregation were the Hon. Mrs. Brodrick and several of the local clergy. Miss Florence Oldfield, Ffarm, with her accustomed ab. iltity, presided at the organ. The Rev. David Jones, B.A., A.bererch, was the special preacher. The singing throughout the day was highly creditable to all concerned. Great thanks are due to Mr. J. E. Oldfield, Ffarm, and Mr. John Parry, Ty Isa', the churchwardens, for their supervision and management during the festival.

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ABERGELE.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

TALYCAFN.

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Colwyn Bay District Council.

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COLWYN BAY.

Colwyn Bay District Council.