This was the scene from the pier yesterday afternoon, a solitary cloud floats over the Great Orme.
Hope you have a sunny weekend!
After Tuesday’s sailing was cancelled, The Waverley, the last ocean-going paddle steamer in the world, finally reappeared off Llandudno Pier yesterday afternoon…
… unfortunately the wind was still too strong to allow it to dock…
… still, at least it was good to see The Waverley back in Llandudno Bay once again!
This was the scene shortly after 10am yesterday morning on the North Shore.
Strong winds and rough seas meant that the scheduled arrival at Llandudno Pier of the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world, the Waverley, had to be cancelled. However, at the time of writing this, she is still due to arrive at Llandudno today… weather permitting!
More about the Waverley’s sailings can be found here.
Yesterday I photographed the rehearsals for LLAWN02, Llandudno Arts Weekend, in the disused Tabernacle in Upper Mostyn Street. During the Weekend, the Tabernacle will be brought to life by a dance and music composition by dancer Cai Tomos, pictured. The piece, Gymanfa, will fill the Tabernacle with recorded voices from disused chapels across North Wales. Find out more on the LLAWN02 website.
Taken yesterday morning; Dusters, the Kitchen Shop cat, has found a comfortable looking spot outside the Wales Air Ambulance shop.
Yesterday afternoon was Llandudno Lifeboat and Emergency Services Day, when crowds on the prom were treated to a display by the emergency helicopter and lifeboats. Here you can see them in action, photographed from outside our shop on the pier.