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Objectives

Since 1993 The Llandudno Arts Festival has worked to foster an
appreciation of the Arts. The Festival has aimed to provide Llandudno and
surrounding area with affordable & user-friendly access to performances
and exhibitions as well as participatory events. These high-quality
cultural events have been presented in an informal audience-friendly way
and at reasonably priced rates. Priorities are to work with local youth,
foster regional talent and celebrate local heritage.

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Music Co-ordinators

Norman Rimmer
After a sojourn as organist at the Church of Ascension, Lavender Hill, South London, Norman progressed to a teaching job at the prestigious Stationers Hall School, and was organist at St. Pancreas Church. Subsequently, he spent 20 years as organist at Waltham Abbey in Essex. Norman has played the organ professionally in places as varied as the Festival Hall, Perth in W. Australia and Geneva. Norman has founded the North Wales Choral Society and is planning the release of a new CD. Norman Rimmer is currently the organist and choirmaster at Holy Trinity Church, Llandudno. He has been at Holy Trinity since 1989 and was recently given the Archbishop of Wales Award for Church Music.

Mark Pavey
Mark is the owner of Les Cousins Music, a recording artist and a manager.

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