The Co-operative food store on Mostyn Avenue, Craig-y-Don, Has closed for refurbishment.
The shop will be closed until 27th October.
This is part of the Co-operative Group’s commitment to improving their stores.
Please be aware that there are traffic lights in place on the Prom in Craig-y-Don while they put in Gas mains at the new Life boat station.
These lights will be in place for around a week.
There are also lights near llandrillo College and in Colwyn Bay.
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.
Professional car valeting service available by Martin Kelly.
For your convenience, he will come to you. Get your car professionally valeted while you relax.
Competitive rates and a quality finish, all from the comfort of home.
Bring the shine and “new car” feel back.
Contact Martin on:
North wales Police are looking for people who would like to volunteer some of their time, do you think you may be interested? If so read more about it below.
Becoming a Police Support Volunteer within North Wales Police is an excellent opportunity to become involved with different aspects of policing and gain experience within a professional and public organisation. It offers the opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a team, engage and interact with people from different communities and backgrounds whilst making a positive contribution to the local community.
By volunteering with us you could play a vital role in helping us deliver and improve the service we provide to communities across North Wales Police.
All kinds of people volunteer, across a wide age range, with a variety of different backgrounds, skills and life experiences. If you have some spare time we will be able to provide opportunities to help you develop yourself, learn new skills and make a difference in the communities.
You will be fully supported in your role as a volunteer, and provided with the appropriate training and updates.
As described by the Home Office a Volunteer is “someone who commits time and energy for the benefit of society, the community, environment and/or individuals, undertaking this freely and by choice, without concern for financial gain”.
A Police Support Volunteer is someone who performs voluntary tasks, at the direction and on behalf of the organisation, through personal choice.
Police Support Volunteers agree to do this without expectation of compensation or financial reward, except for the payment of pre-determined and agreed out of pocket expenses.
There is no obligation therefore when an individual agrees to take on a voluntary role, and no contract of employment is issued. Either party may cancel the voluntary agreement at any time.
All Volunteers are required to sign forms agreeing to the principles of the Data Protection Act and the Official Secrets Act.
Volunteers and the work they carry out are not designed to replace employees; the underlying principle of the agreement is that volunteers compliment and support staff roles. Being a volunteer provides a unique opportunity for individuals to use their skills, experience and local knowledge to make a positive contribution in their community by supporting the work we do.
Opportunities and activities vary from one department to another according to the needs across the Force and in local communities.
For example some of our roles are based within our community teams, specialist units whilst others are office based providing support and coordination for policing operations and teams.
We do not expect formal qualifications for most tasks, but what we are interested in is common sense, dedication and the ability to communicate with people.
You must be over 18. Due to the nature of the Police Service voluntary roles will require security checks to be completed.
You will be subject to the same criteria as all members of the Force, and as such your application may not be accepted if there is a conflict of interest in your professional or personal life.
You can contact Lisa on 01492805398
( Information courtesy of http://www.north-wales.police.uk/ )
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.
Every May Day Bank Holiday weekend, Llandudno plays host to a Victorian Extravaganza featuring a Victorian street fair, old time fair rides, fun stalls, steam engines, people dressed in Victorian costume, street parades at 12 midday each day and street entertainment the whole family will enjoy.
Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza(30 Apr 2016 – 2 May 2016)
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The Llandudno Transport Festival is held on the sea-front showground, on Bodafon Fields, in one of the most picturesque bays of the UK. Llandudno is Wales’ largest resort and famed for its Victorian style and Edwardian elegance.
The Transport Festival is the largest in Wales and one of the U.K.’s best-loved events. It is held in conjuction with the Victorian Extravaganza. Costume, vintage fairground and a host of attractions combine in a unique annual celebration of transport and entertainment heritage within the town. The two events are linked by a free shuttle-bus service.
Don’t forget that the Arriva buses will be going from the coach park on Mostyn Broadway for the duration of the Extravaganza.
If you are travelling by bus, please be patient with the drivers, they will be doing their best in difficult circumstances. Also, don’t forget to keep hold of your ticket, it’s likely that the inspector will be popping on and off buses throughout the weekend.