Cyngor Tref Llandudno Town Council


The Town Council’s Llandudno in Bloom Committee is made up of representatives from businesses and local community and resident’s groups as well as town councillors and local authority officers from Conwy County Borough Council.

The Bloom Committee oversees Llandudno’s entry to the Royal Horticultural Society’s Wales in Bloom competition as well as organising the Town Council’s Llandudno in Bloom Competition and overseeing the Town Council’s Hanging Basket scheme for businesses and residents each year.


Cancellation of Llandudno in Bloom 2020

It is with deep regret that due to the ongoing concerns associated with Covid-19 and continued social distancing requirements, Llandudno Town Council has found it necessary to cancel this year’s Llandudno Bloom competition.

Click here to read more about the Cancellation of Llandudno in Bloom 2020


Each year Llandudno enters the Royal Horticultural Society’s Wales in Bloom competition. Cities, Town Villages across Wales participate in the competition to show off their achievements in environmental responsibility, community participation and horticultural achievement. Other entries are also invited from Caravan Parks, Pubs, Restaurants and Holiday Homes. The Llandudno in Bloom Committee works in partnership with Conwy County Borough Council, Businesses, Residents, Schools and Community Groups on a number of planting schemes and environmental projects as part of the Town’s entry.

In July, judging took place in this year’s competition. The judge was taken on a tour of the town to see the work taking place to maintain an attractive environment for the benefit of residents and visitors alike. Stops included Ysgol San Sior, The Great Orme, Happy Valley, Haulfre Gardens and The Promenade. The judge also had the opportunity to meet representatives of the various community groups involved in the campaign, who had been invited to show case their work at the Town Hall.

Wales in Bloom
Wales in Bloom
Pictured Jim Goodwin, Wales in Bloom judge, Cllr Francis Davies, Vice-Chairman, Llandudno in Bloom, Peter Barton-Price, Conwy County Borough Council, Louise Morris, Deputy Clerk and Miss Carys Lambe, Miss Alice
Pictured Jim Goodwin, Wales in Bloom judge, Miss Alice and Christine Jones discussing the importance of planting to attract bees and other wildlife

In 2018, Llandudno was awarded first place in its category, and a Gold Award. The Town was also awarded Best Front Garden, Best School Garden and Its Your Neighbourhood Awards were achieved for the following community groups: Friends of Queens Park, Friends of Happy Valley, Friends of Haulfre Gardens, Blind Veterans, the Ty Llywelyn and Tan Y Fron project, Pernnyn Bay Community Lbirary and 418 (Aberconwy) Squadron ATC.

Llandudno’s entry in the Wales in Bloom competition was also filmed for the second series of the BBC 2 programme Britain in Bloom, presented by Chris Bavin. The filming focussed on 4 community projects in Llandudno in the run up to judging day. These were: a new flower Bed in Queen’s Park, the community vineyard project in Haulfre Gardens, the memorial garden at 418 (Aberconwy) Squadron ATC and Ysgol San Sior. The programme is due to be shown in April 2019.

Llandudno’s in Bloom Committee was also delighted to be invited to enter the Communities in Bloom International Challenge and compete against towns and villages from across Europe, the USA and Canada. We were delighted to be awarded a 5 Blooms rating (the highest possible) and a Silver award.

Wales in Bloom
Wales in Bloom
Communities in Bloom International Judge, Mauro Paradisi, Cllr Francis Davies, Peter Barton Price, Conwy County Borough Council and Joanna Tann, Regional Volunteering Development Officer, Blind Veterans UK (Llandudno), visiting the woodland walk project.
Pictured judges, Gérald Lajeunesse and Mauro Paradisi and Christine Jones, Friends of St Tudno’s visiting St Tudno’s churchyard

We always interested in hearing about any relevant planting, environmental or wildlife projects that could be considered for inclusion in the judging route, press releases and portfolio.

If you are interested in becoming involved with the campaign please contact the Deputy Clerk on 01492 879130 or email:

The Llandudno in Bloom campaign also has its own website. Please log on to to find out further information about the campaign.

Wales in Bloom
Wales in Bloom
Spring daffodils, Happy Valley
Haulfre Gardens, Happy Valley
Wales in Bloom
Wildflower Meadow, The Oval

The Town Council also organises an annual Llandudno in Bloom competition which is open to residents and businesses within the town. Entrants are judged in various categories including categories for hotels and guesthouses, shops, schools and private residences.

In 2018, The Imperial Hotel was awarded ‘Overall winner’, B Jennison & H Jones and won the ‘Best Garden’ award

Llandudno in Bloom
The Mayor of Llandudno, Cllr David Hawkins and Miss Alice, Miss Carys Lambe, Mr Gerry Sweeny representing category sponsor Llandudno Hospitality Asosication with the ‘Overall Winner’ 2018, The Imperial Hotel

Results for the Llandudno in Bloom Competition 2018 - Click here



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Llandudno Town Council in a larger map


Llandudno Town Council
Town Hall
Lloyd Street
LL30 2UP

Tel & Fax: 01492 879 130

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