Whether you live or work in the ‘Queen of the Welsh Resorts’, are a regular visitor, or are contemplating spending time with us, you are certain to find something of interest within the pages of this site.
‘We aspire to offer a professional and genuinely valued service to the residents of the locality.’
Llandudno Town Council is a large Community Council, having been inaugurated following the local government reorganisation of 1974. It consists of 30 active Councillors serving a population of around 20,000, which can swell to over 60,000 in the summer months. The Councillors represent five ward areas: Craig y Don, Gogarth, Mostyn, Penrhyn and Tudno.
The Town Council plays a vital role in representing the local community and also organises, or involves itself, in many of the local events held in Llandudno each year (see events section). It also aims to improve the local quality of life and deliver services to meet local needs.
In addition to the normal business of a busy Town Council, we organise many of the Town’s Civic Parades, an annual Fireworks display, Decorative and Christmas Lighting, bi-annual Freedom parades, the Town’s Christmas Parade a Llandudno in Bloom competition, the annual Miss Alice competition, operate North Western Gardens Public Conveniences, and participate in Town Twinning exchanges during the year.
Pictured below is the current Mayor, Cllr Frank Bradfield, who was officially sworn in on Friday 22nd May 2015 and Deputy Mayor Cllr Mrs Carol Marubbi.
Llandudno Town Council has adopted the Fair Trade ethos and keen to promote the use of Fair Trade produce
Please note that this website is still under development.