Watch out for delays on the road next to the new lifeboat station in Llandudno.
This may be for a few weeks and could lead to hold ups at peak times.
I’ll keep you informed.
Furious motorists found themselves stuck in queues up to 13 miles long on Sunday after roadworks began on the expressway near Colwyn Bay on Saturday.
Drivers were caught in huge tailbacks from Junction 16 Dwygyfylchi to Junction 23 Llanddulas.
The problems were caused by the work on a new crossover between Juntion 23 Llanddulas and Junction 22 Old Colwyn as well as on-going work at the Conwy Tunnel.
The outer lanes are due to be closed in both directions between Junction 22 and Junction 23 until April 5.
Welsh transport minister Ken Skates tweeted “Roadworks on the A55 are banned from Easter until Autumn unless there’s an emergency repair needed”
The work is scheduled to last until April 5.
Motorists are advised to expect delays through Colwyn Bay at peak times due to the ongoing promenade road works and work to refurbish the Pier.
If you are travelling on the A55, please be aware of slow moving traffic around the Ewloe area.
Contrary to recent articles in the paper, Arch Motors is not planning on closing any time soon. So, if you need a vehicle recycling or a good scrap yard, contact them over at Arch Motors.
Craig-y-Don Community Centre has successfully been running a busy Community Centre since 2004. With a small team of paid staff the Centre, situated on Queens Road, has since its creation, been managed and staffed by local people, for local people and is a registered charity. It is a Community Centre in the true sense of the word. People of all ages, abilities and from all walks of life play an active role within the Centre. Their involvement promotes personal development, self-esteem and self-confidence.
Craig y Don Community Centre is proud of the fact that, whenever possible, it responds to the needs of the community and works in partnership with various outside agencies to meet these needs. The Centre’s “What’s On” is evidence of this and clearly demonstrates the diversity of activities available
Access to learning, in a relaxed, non-threatening environment, is available to the local community with the provision of numerous Adult Education courses. We work in partnership with Coleg Harlech to deliver this provision.
Craig-y-Don Community Centre is self-funding. The Management Committee is responsible for the upkeep of the building and finding resources to pay members of staff e.g. The Centre Manager and 2 Caretakers (the only three full-time staff). Everybody else involved in the running of the Centre are volunteers.
8.30 until 10.00pm
Craig-y-Don Community Centre
Queens Road Llandudno ConwyLL30 1TE UK
phone: 01492 871067
Thanks to http://craigydoncommunitycentre.org.uk/ for this information.
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