Looking at the pier head from Alex Munro Way, near the Happy Valley, as the light begins to fade.
The original section of Llandudno Pier, seen stretching 1,234 ft out to sea yesterday afternoon.
Construction began in June 1876 with the pier opening to the public in August 1877. Work was finally completed in 1884, with an extension running alongside the Grand Hotel taking its overall length to 2,295 ft.
This year’s Conwy Half Marathon took place yesterday, here are just a few of the runners emerging onto the West Shore after running around the Great Orme.
The Conwy Half Marathon was voted in the top five most scenic Half Marathons in the UK by readers of Runners World magazine.
The annual Llandudno Christmas Fayre opened yesterday, and runs though to Sunday. My wife had a wander around this lunchtime and photographed a small selection of what’s on offer…
A snow globe enables you to pelt your friends with fake snow…
…while a hog roast provides warmth on a chilly November afternoon…
…The Way to Blue has a stunning display of cyanotypes…
…While next door, tillyandarthur have a wonderful Christmassy display of handmade gifts…
…There is even a stall selling wooden reindeer, complete with red noses!
More information is available on the official Llandudno Christmas Fayre website.
The Great Orme seen from near the end of the promenade.
The Orme is roughly two miles wide and one mile long, and is also home to over a 150 wild goats (a number of which have featured before on this blog!). Much more information about the Great Orme can be found here.
The famous Starbucks mermaid logo appeared in town at the end of last week. The coffee shop will be located in the former William Glover gift shop, over the road from Northwestern Gardens/Bog Island.
If you’d prefer to support local, independent cafes, check out our guide to places to eat and drink in Llandudno.
In other news, the Wales Rally GB drove into town on Sunday. Here are the cars lining up for the finishing ceremony on Mostyn Street: