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Condolences Offered Following Hardy Passing

By Sam Williams

Llandudno FC Saddened To Hear News Of Passing of John Hardy

Llandudno Football Club would like to place on record their condolences to the family and friends of John Hardy following his passing on New Years Eve. John was a huge pioneer of sport in North Wales and is highly regarded throughout the club for his support and guidance offered whilst in his position of Head Active & Creative Lifestyles Role for Conwy County Borough Council.

Although John’s immediate passion and affiliation was for rugby, John did a lot for many other local sports in the area, and we were lucky enough to have benefited from John’s generosity and heart-warming nature over the years.

May we offer our sincerest condolences again to all those nearest to John, and for those who may wish to attend John’s funeral, the details are as follows:

A funeral service will take place at Rhyl Rugby Club’s impressive new facility at Tynewydd Fields on Friday, January 18 from 2pm.

Updated 14:30 - 8 Jan 2019 by Sam Williams

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