THERE will be three 'Tree of Lights' switching on ceremonies this year. 

The Tree of Lights events allow people to come together to remember loved ones that have died, whether at St David's Hospice in Llandudno or Anglesey or not. 

The hospice will stage three events - in Rhos on Sea and Llangefni and at Llandudno’s St David’s Hospice.

As in previously years, the charity is working with Rhos on Sea Rotary Club to offer the Tree of Lights event in Rhos on Sea. They will work with the Llangefni Rotary Club for the Llangefni event. 

Rhian Jacobs, Event Manger for St David’s, said: “The Tree of Lights events are very special to so many people in our community. This year we are pleased to be able to offer an additional event at our Llandudno hospice. Once again we will be working with the Rotary clubs to offer Tree of Lights events in Rhos on Sea and Llangefni.

“Each event will give people the opportunity to remember their loved ones, and if they wish they can dedicate a light on our trees to them."

Those wishing to dedicate a light or donate can visit

Gavin Davies, Rhos on Sea Rotary President, said: "Rhos on Sea Rotary are looking forward to our 24th Tree of Lights Ceremony.

"The promenade works will have been completed by then and we are hopeful that we will be able to conduct the ceremony in the normal setting.


"So far the Tree of Lights has raised over £400,000 and we hope to continue making a real contribution to the good work of St Davids Hospice.

"The Tree of Lights gives us all an opportunity to remember our loved ones at this special time and heralds the start of the Christmas season."

This year’s Tree of Lights switching on ceremonies will take place on Rhos on Sea’s Cayley Promenade on Sunday, November 26 at 4.30pm, Llandudno’s St David’s Hospice on on Sunday, December 10 at 5pm and St Cyngar’s Church in Llangefni on Friday, December 15 at 6.30pm.