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the buses will be leaving from the coach park rather than the palladium during this event.
Llandudno is bustling with Victorian buildings and structures, and retaining their original look play an excellent part in this fantastic event. One of these great buildings is the Llandudno Pier, based at the foot of the Great Orme, be sure to go and visit this attraction.
There is a fantastic and accessible Fish and Chip Restaurant in Colwyn Bay I can highly recommend.
Darbey’s Fish Restaurant,
9-11 Station Road,
Fabulous food at reasonable prices in lovely surroundings!
Just read these reviews!
“Excellent service, lovely helpful waitresses, beautiful food.
Had the Cod Special and reminded me of the good old days, "proper fish and chips"
The portion size was more than enough especially when you take into account you get , fish, chips, peas, bread and butter and a pot of tea for only £5.95 AMAZING VALUE!
Everything was cooked to order and was piping hot, lovely crispy batter mmmmm
Definately going back!
I wish them all the success they deserve in taking such a huge risk in the present climate and opening a lovely shop in Colwyn Bay.
100% for toilets. “
“A GREAT ASSET TO COLWYN BAY
Ordered the Cod Special, (Cod, fresh lemon, chips, peas bread and butter, pot of tea) £5.95
The cod was the best I’ve tasted in years, white flaky cod and crispy batter, real chips and mushy peas.
Food arrived quickly even though it was very busy.
Very clean & hygienic, disabled facilities.”
Not only can it be annoying to have to bump down a kerb in a wheelchair, but when you are forced onto the road because someone has parked on the pavement, it can be very dangerous. This also applies to the elderly and mothers with prams who can be forced on to the road or to have to step out between parked vehicles at times.
You would be surprised at the number of times I have encountered cars parked over dropped kerbs where the driver is unaware they are breaking the law.
Only today I came across three examples of inconsiderate parking in less than Twenty five minutes walking from Craig-y-Don to Gloddaeth Street in Llandudno. The first caused me to cross three roads at the junction of Queen’s road and Mostyn Avenue just to get to the chemist. What was surprising was that two of the cars had Blue Disabled badges in the windows, so you would think that they would know better. There is no excuse for abusing the badge system this way.
The Law is quite clear on the problem.
Parking across certain dropped kerbs is contrary to Highway Code rule 243 which states:
DO NOT stop or park:
• where the kerb has been lowered to help wheelchair users and powered mobility vehicles;
• in front of an entrance to a property.
Also Rule 218 of the Code says: “Do not park partially or wholly on the pavement unless signs permit it”.
Civil Enforcement Officers should be enforcing these rules more actively and Drivers should be more aware of the effect inconsiderate parking can have on others. Perhaps we need to report these instances more?
On the whole, Llandudno is getting it right concerning accessibility, with good access to council facilities and shops both in the town centre and surrounding areas. Parking has always been an issue in town, but the new retail parks have helped a lot with that problem. Just a little consideration would make things much easier for those of us who have problems getting around. Lets hope drivers take heed and think before they park!
BRAND NEW SHOP THAT HAS OPENED IN CRAIG Y DON LLANDUDNO.NORTH WALES
SELLS ALL KIND OF STUFF LOVELY THINGS!
IS OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR DETAILS PLEASE CALL CLAIRE ON
COME AND JOIN US ON THE SATURDAY!
2-3 PM UNDER 16 YEARS
3-4 16-25 YEARS
Crest Cooperative Ltd
Ferry Farm Road
Conwy LL31 9SF
Join us for the opening of Crest Community Store, Mostyn Broadway, Llandudno!
A SOCIAL enterprise will be bringing life back to an empty Llandudno shop unit.
Recycling company Crest Co-operative will be opening a new retail store on Mostyn Broadway, Llandudno on Saturday, February 16. The unit was previously occupied by HSS Hire for several years and is situated at the back of Parc Llandudno 9-5 pm
coordinator of volunteers
Just to let you know that the roadworks on Whitehall Road near the Caley bank in Rhos-on-Sea are still on going.
also look out for delays on Abergele Road near tho junction with Greenfield Road, They’re at it there too!
So be careful if you’re traveling down that way.