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Official Statement
2020 Annual Llandudno Fireworks Display


Llandudno Town Council has proudly organised the ‘Annual Fireworks Display’ since its inception back in 1976.

Regardless of the many challenges faced by the Council over the last 44 years it has always managed to put on well received displays, enjoyed by both local residents and tourists who have made Llandudno their destination of choice to enjoy what is now regarded by many as being the “best fireworks display in North Wales”.

However, the ‘Coronavirus Pandemic’ is upon us which, as far as the fireworks display is concerned, has brought with it so many insurmountable logistical and financial problems that the Council has taken the reluctant decision to cancel this year’s display.

The Council understands this decision will be met with disappointment by the many thousands of people who have enjoyed the display over the years, around 19,000 spectators in 2019 alone.
But having worked closely with various partners and agencies, and consulted with health and safety experts regarding the many stringent and complicated government rules, regulations and guidelines connected with COVID-19 (and the huge costs which would have been incurred), the Council was left with no other option but to cancel the 2020 display.

The Council apologises for the disappointment this decision will cause but assures you that work will begin as soon as possible to see if a display in 2021 can be staged.
In the meantime, please keep protecting the NHS and helping to save lives.

Click here for the Official Statement


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


75th Anniversary of VE Day

Friday 8th May sees the 75th Anniversary of VE Day. The Mayor of Llandudno, Cllr Angela O'Grady will join millions of others cross the UK in observing the 2 minutes silence at 11.00 am to commemorate all those who served and those who lost their lives in the Second World War.

The Town Council also invites you to take part in the Royal British Legion national sing-along with Dame Vera Lynn of "We'll Meet Again" following Her Majesty the Queen's address to the nation at 9.00 pm.

Click here for the 'We Will Remember Them' video on Facebook


Gold Success for Llandudno in Britain in Bloom

DEPUTY MAYOR

Cllr Francis Davies, Vice Chairman, Llandudno in Bloom & Louise Morris, Deputy Town Clerk receiving the Award’s from Baroness Floella Benjamin.

photograph © RHS & Richard Dawson ABIPP.Vision2photoPhotography

The Town Council is delighted to announce that following its Gold award and First Place in the Royal Horticultural Society’s Wales in Bloom competition, Llandudno was presented with a Gold award at the RHS Britain in Bloom awards ceremony held on Friday 25th October 2019.

Llandudno was also named category winner, the first time in the Town’s history of entering. This fantastic achievement was only made possible by the work of the Llandudno in Bloom Committee, the Friends Groups, Community groups and businesses within the Town who make such an effort to showcase their work and the dedicated work of the Open Spaces West Team at Conwy County Borough Council that in turn makes this a beautiful town to live in and visit.

The Llandudno in Bloom Committee would like to express its thanks to everyone involved with this year’s Llandudno in Bloom campaign.

 

 

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Contacts

Address:
Llandudno Town Council
Town Hall
Lloyd Street
Llandudno
LL30 2UP

Tel & Fax: 01492 879 130
Email: towncouncil@llandudno.gov.uk

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