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Monday, December 16, 2019

Town stages annual carol concert

* Above and below: the silver band accompanies carol singing from the stage. 

* The Rev Phil Poole leads the carol service.

* Father Anthony also assists with the service.

* The deputy mayor, right, hands the winner's certificate to the Old Vicarage team.

* The Holy Cross representative collects their winner's certificate from the deputy mayor.

Llangollen Churches Together hosted the annual carol service at the Town Hall yesterday evening.

Musical accompaniment was provided by Llangollen Silver Band.

The service was led by the Rev Phil Poole from the Methodist Church with assistance from Father Anthony from the Holy Cross Catholic Church.

Afternoon tea was professionally prepared by Fabiano Silva.

During a break in the service the winners of the annual Christmas tree competition, based at the Methodist Church, were announced by the town's deputy mayor, Cllr Issy Richards.

Members of the public were invited to visit the church over the past two weekends to view all the trees on display and vote for their favourites.

Winner of the traditional tree category was the creation from The Old Vicarage care home and topping the poll in the recycled category was the tree from the Holy Cross Church.

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