I apologise for falling so far behind with uploading the newsletter - they're now completely up-to-date, and you can find them on the NEWS page, where you can download them to read at your leisure. Kath M-D
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St Dyfnog’s has been named as one of the 50 most beautiful and historic churches and chapels in the National Churches Trust’s Sacred Wales (Cymru Sanctaidd) competition. Members of the public now have the chance to vote for their favourite.
People can vote online at www.sacredwales.org.uk until 31 August 2017. The winning church or chapel will be announced on 28 September 2017 and will receive a Sacred Wales (Cymru Sanctaidd) trophy, together with a cheque for £500.
St Dyfnog's needs your vote!
You can vote from a pc, tablet, iPad or Smartphone. Go to www.sacredwales.org.uk - you will see a photo of each church or chapel that’s on the shortlist of 50, and you can click or tap the photo for more information about the church shown. Under the photo you’ll find a number next to an eye (the number of times the information about that church has been viewed) and another number next to a heart (the number of votes the church has received so far). To vote for St Dyfnog’s, click or tap the photo of the church, which will take you to a red and white notice which says “Vote for this church or chapel”. Click/tap there, and you’ve voted!
There's also a direct link on the top right corner of this page!
You have until August 31st to vote - encourage your friends to vote, too!
February encompassed almost every type of winter weather imaginable, from warm spring like sunshine to raging storms we saw all manner of weather conditions, we even finished the month with a flurry of snow. The damage caused by Storm Doris was immense and it was a sober reminder of the power of nature. Go to NEWS for more.