An excellent Chippy, highly recommended.
Brilliant food at a reasonable price. Rated 5* on Google reviews.
11 Victoria St,
Age Connects North Wales Central is a charity that assists adults, specialising in support for older people living in Conwy and Denbighshire.
Age Connects North Wales Central
15 Bridge Street
Denbighshire LL16 3LF
3 Trinity Square
Today, the 19th August, I was volunteering for St. David’s Hospice.
We were collecting for the Hospice outside M&S in Llandudno. We even had volunteers riding a stationary bike for charity.
Here you can see me with my charity bucket and the guys behind me riding the bike.
We raised a good amount, thanks to the generous people who took the time to come over and put their cash in the buckets.
St David’s are always on the lookout for volunteers, so if you are interested, give them a call.
St David’s Hospice
Abbey Rd, Llandudno LL30 2EN
Vicky’s Coach Trips are a small family firm running great quality day trips, short break and holidays by coach in the UK. Every trip and tour they run has been created with your enjoyment in mind right down to the hotels being checked out before you go! So book with confidence, knowing they are going to take really good care of you on their friendly day trips.
Vicky’s Coach Trips
The office is open between 9 am – 1 pm Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the office number is 01492 478516. Outside of these hours you can still call them – simply leave a message and they will always call you back. There is also a contact form on this site that you can use and they will respond as soon as they can! www.vickyscoachtrips.co.uk
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I visited the new Primark store on the Llandudno Retail Park today.
I was there to buy some clothes, but took the opportunity to ask if I could be shown round the store to check out the accessibility. Regular readers will know I do this with most stores in the area, and although very busy, the supervisor was more than happy to get someone to show me around.
A lovely young lady escorted me around the shop showing me how well it was set out for those with accessibility issues. As well as large accessible changing rooms and wide aisles, I was very impressed with the wheelchair friendly counter they have. It allows wheelchair users to go straight to that counter, avoiding all the hassle of queuing and the bottle-necking that can occur when you try to manoeuvre a wheelchair in the queuing lane. The lift to first floor is huge, so no issues with space for your wheelchair, you could easily get two in with space to spare.
The staff couldn’t do enough for the customer and were extremely helpful indeed.
All in all, a bright, spacious, accessible, and reasonably priced store. Can’t fault it to be honest.