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.
The Llandudno in Bloom Committee has been delighted to participate once again in this prestigious competition, following its cancellation in 2020 due to Covid-19. Llandudno is entered I the Coastal over 12,000 population category and has won a Gold award every year since 2015.

Judging took place on 23rd July 2021 with the judges taken on a tour of the town to look at various sites and meet representatives from business and the community. On the itinerary were the Great Orme, St Tudno’s Church, Happy Valley, West Shore, Haulfre Gardens, The Pier, The Promenade, Queen’s Park and Blind Veterans UK. The judges also met Miss Alice at an Alice tea party in Happy Valley and representatives of the Royal British Legion to talk about the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Llandudno Branch.


Pictured Mr John Woods and Ms Sue Marie- Roberts, Wales in Bloom judges, Cllr Harry Saville, Mayor of Llandudno, Mr Peter Kingston, Royal British Legion Llandudno Branch, Mr Adrian Hughes, Home Front Museum and member of ERF staff from Conwy County Borough Council responsible for the planting of the Alice Clock on the Promenade.

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:


Pictured are the category winners from 2019

The Town Council also organises an annual Llandudno in Bloom competition which is open to residents and businesses within the town. Sadly, in 2020 due to Covid-19, the competition had to be cancelled but the Llandudno in Bloom Committee is delighted that we have been able to hold the competition again this year. Entrants are judged in various categories including categories for hotels and guesthouses, shops, schools and private residences.

Judging is held in July with an awards ceremony to be held in September, subject to Covid-19 restrictions.



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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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