The group in charge of next Friday’s celebration of the 75th anniversary of VE Day arranged by Llangollen Town Council has been sent this fantastic old picture showing a scene which it believes is connected to the event.
From the collection of Llangollen Museum, it shows an inter-denominational service at Plas Newydd in 1943, which is all that is known about it.
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On Friday, May 8th, as the country does its best amidst the lockdown to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, which marked the end of the Second World War in Europe, the Town Council will be marking the occasion in style by staging its own Llangollen Stay at Home Party/Parti Aros Gartref Dydd BE Llangollen.
This is a specially made half-hour film to be streamed live on Facebook with which people can join in without leaving their homes.
The Stay at Home VE Day Party/Parti Aros Gartref Dydd BE Llangollen, is to be streamed live on the Llangollen & District Noticeboard Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/220715008050894/ at 3pm on Friday, May 8th, and also a little later on the new Stay at Home VE Day Party/Parti Aros Gartref Dydd BE Llangollen page https://www.facebook.com/Parti-Aros-Gartref-Dydd-B-E-Llangollen-V-E-Day-Stay-at-Home-Party-103158784706199/?epa=SEARCH_BOX