St. Teilo’s Church Golden Jubilee
Plans are well in hand for the celebration of the golden jubilee of the current St.
Teilo’s church building (1964-
As part of the celebrations we would like parishioners, or those who are (or were) associated with St. Teilo’s, to share their memories of events that have taken place, not only in the last fifty years, but since the foundation of the parish in 1925. These could be Baptisms or Marriages, maybe First Holy Communion or Confirmation celebrations, May Processions or Christmas or Easter Masses to name but a few. Or maybe you have photos of the exterior, the sanctuary or the old guild room. And maybe even of the old tin church that the current building replaced in 1964.
It is planned to have a week of celebrations. More details of other events to mark the anniversary will be announced in due course.
If you have photographs of events that you would like to share with the parish, please submit them, along with a form on which you can give details of the events. You will find copies of the relevant form at the back of the church or you can download a copy here. The form asks for your brief recollections of the event your photographs relate to.
Please submit your photographs and the form in an envelope marked
St. Teilo’s Golden Jubilee Photographs
and place in the box at the back of St. Teilo’s. Your photos will be scanned and returned to you.
Alternatively, you can email your photographs and recollections.
You can have a look at a few of the photographs that have already been submitted on our Facebook page.
Please note that the last date for the submission of your photographs and recollections is Sunday 18th May. This will allow time for scanning your photographs and for preparation prior to the week of celebrations in June.
Thank you for your support and to all those who have already submitted their photographs and recollections.
Did you serve as an Altar Server at St. Teilo’s at any time? If so, you are invited to join in the celebrations to mark the golden jubilee of St. Teilo’s church.
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