The Parish of Shotton

Shotton is situated in the North-East of Wales, along side the banks of the River Dee. This is a relatively new Parish, which was formed from the old Parish of Hawarden in 1911. The town itself is an industrial town whose population didn’t really take off until the docks, and then Steel Works arrived nearby. Nowadays the steel industry is struggling with job cuts, although across the River Dee is the largest industrial estate in Europe.

About the church

A warm and friendy church community in the catholic tradition

Service Times

First Sunday
08.00,Holy Eucharist
11.00,Holy Eucharist
Second Sunday
08.00,Holy Eucharist
11.00,Holy Eucharist
Third Sunday
08.00,Holy Eucharist
11.00,Holy Eucharist
Fourth Sunday
08.00,Holy Eucharist
11.00,Holy Eucharist
Fifth Sunday
08.00,Holy Eucharist
11.00,Holy Eucharist

Other Services

Wednesday at 19.30,Holy Eucharist
Thursday at 10.00,Holy Eucharist followed by private prayer and contemplation until 12.00noon

Opening Times

Public Transport

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