RHOS-on-Sea Rotary's 24th annual Tree of Lights ceremony took place on Sunday (November 26).

With other ceremonies at Llandudno St David’s Hospice and on Anglesey, the events allowed people to remember loved ones that have died and are in aid of the charity.

St David's Hospice worked with Rhos on Sea Rotary Club to offer the Tree of Lights event in Rhos-on-Sea and the Llangefni Rotary Club for the Llangefni event.

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Huge crowds attended the Rhos-on-Sea ceremony, where carol singing, led by Cor Meibion Colwyn and accompanied by Beulah Brass, was followed by the switch on by Mayor Cllr Hannah Fleet.

A rotary club spokesperson said: “Our particular thanks go to Griffiths Construction for their preparation of the site to enable us to carry out the ceremony safely and to the public for following our directions."

Rhian Jacobs, event manager for St David’s, said: “The Tree of Lights events are very special to so many people in our community.”