Posted by: Geoff | September 22, 2014

The Time Travellers on Llandudno beach


We are taking a break for a couple of weeks, so we’ve set up a series of images from LLAWN02 for you to enjoy.

Here are the Time Travellers, enjoying fun and frolics in the sunshine on Llandudno beach. The Time Travellers are Victorian visitors to Llandudno who have been whisked to the present day via the 1970s, hence the disco balls.

Posted by: Geoff | September 19, 2014

A dash of colour for Llandudno Promenade


One of the completed bathing machines on the promenade.

LLAWN02 begins today and we will be bringing you lots more images from the Llandudno Arts Weekend over the next couple of weeks, when we will be taking a break.

In the meantime, enjoy your weekend!

Posted by: Geoff | September 18, 2014

Return of the bathing machines


Yesterday afternoon saw the return of the bathing machines. The replica Victorian bathing machines are part of LLAWN02, Llandudno Arts Weekend, and each one will house an artist or installation.This particular one is awaiting its wooden walls and roof. See a finished machine from last year’s festival here.

The festival is completely free, packed with amazing events and starts on Friday. Find out what’s going on here.

Posted by: Geoff | September 17, 2014

Last sailing of the day


The Sea-Jay returning to shore yesterday afternoon, before heading out again at 4pm for the last trip of the day.

Posted by: Geoff | September 16, 2014

A spot for fishing on the Great Orme


This spot, near Pigeon’s Cave, on the Great Orme is very popular with sea anglers.

Posted by: Geoff | September 15, 2014

Llandudno gets a new yoga studio

Lotus Lounge Yoga Studio Llandudno

The Lotus Lounge Yoga Studio opens its doors today at 16 Madoc Street, Llandudno. The studio offers a range of vinyasa style yoga classes, including classes for pregnancy and back pain. Find out more on their Facebook page:

Image kindly supplied by the studio.

Posted by: Geoff | September 12, 2014

Up the track


A close up look at the route the trams take on their journey up and down the Great Orme…


… and the view from further up, around the corner, looking back down.

Have a great weekend!

Posted by: Geoff | September 11, 2014



The ‘Llandudno’ sign, carved into the grass slope beneath the Happy Valley, has recently received a long overdue lick of paint.

Posted by: Geoff | September 10, 2014

Inside the old garage

GarageThis old garage, located behind Debenhams and the Tudno Castle Hotel, has been abandoned for years. As part of LLAWN02, Llandudno Arts Weekend, it’s being brought to life by artist Robert Pitwell.

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Robert, pictured above yesterday afternoon, is creating an installation named ‘Shell’, that investigates the building’s history and resonance. During the festival, the public will be able to visit the site to see Robert’s response to the space. At present, it remains mostly derelict, as you can see from the images below…



Read more about Robert’s installation here.

Posted by: Geoff | September 9, 2014

The Tour of Britain arrives in Llandudno


The Tour of Britain arrived in Llandudno yesterday afternoon; here is the leading group of riders just under 1km from the finish line.

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