The sun shone down on the St David’s Hospice summer fete and a fantastic day was
had by all last Saturday with hundreds of people showing their support for their local adult hospice.
Filling the grounds of the Hospice on Abbey Rd, Llandudno the fete had something for everyone from crafts and knitted goods to toys, books, plants, bouncy castle and face painting.
Officially opened by the Mayor of Llandudno Cllr Frank Bradfield and Town Crier Billy Baxter, the crowds were entertained Conwy Reflections Morris dancing girls, favourites were played by the Beulah Brass Band whilst Mickey Mouse waved to all.
St David’s Hospice is a registered charity providing free end of life care to adult patients from across North West Wales.
Community Fundraiser, Agnes Jones said: “We are so grateful to everyone for coming to our annual fete, and would like to say a big thank you to the volunteers who help to run the stall and everyone who have kindly donated items for us to sell.
“The clinical running costs are £1.9 million a year. We rely heavily on the support of the communities we serve as over 75% of our income is raised through community fundraising such as the fete.”