A sparkling look back at the beach and promenade yesterday afternoon.
Have a sunny weekend!
A close up view at the roof of the pier head pavilion; The pavilion is now used solely as an amusement arcade, but was originally built as a bandstand.
John Morava and his orchestra played here between 1938 and 1974, performing twice daily at 11am and 7.45pm.
More on the fascinating history of the pier, and other Welsh piers can be found in the excellent book titled ‘Piers of Wales’ by Martin Easdown & Darlah Thomas.
Saturday saw thousands of people visit Llandudno to view the annual Air Show, among the many displays on show were the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team the Red Arrows…
… here they are flying in formation over the Great Orme…
… and sweeping past the Little Orme…
… this seagull decided to join in too!
Taken yesterday, St Tudno’s Church on the Great Orme.
The present church was built in the 12th century and extended in the 15th century. Weekly open air services are held during the summer, the first one of 2015 is scheduled to take place this Sunday at 11am.
More information about St Tudno and St Tudno’s Church can be found here.
Enjoy your weekend!