St. Mary’s Church in Betws-y-Coed will be transformed on Friday, August 6 at 7pm.
The pews will have been moved out. In their place, local band MoonCoin will be playing and people dancing at a Ceilidh.
This will be a unique event in St. Mary’s Church using the building creatively in order to raise much needed funds for international charity Water Aid and local charity Hope Restored.
Local businesses have donated generously for raffle prizes meaning that the maximum amount of money raised can go towards the chosen charities Water Aid and Hope Restored.
Water Aid ensures clean drinking water for people across the globe. Hope Restored gives shelter and help to homeless people in the Conwy Valley.
Refreshments will be also available in the church hall during the evening.
The Vicar of Betws y Coed, The Reverend Stuart Elliott said: “The people of St. Mary’s Church, Betws y Coed have been been keen to raise money for local and international causes. This is a wonderful example of creativity, using a much loved space in a different way for two worthy causes. It is a good use of our heritage, looking outwards towards our community.”