The scene on St George’s Place this morning, one of the numerous funfair rides being prepared for this weekend’s Llandudno Extravaganza.
Ongoing work at the old Pier Pavilion site yesterday.
The Pavilion burnt down over 25 years ago and has remained derelict ever since. However, plans are now in place to develop the site into apartments.
Rippling waves on Llandudno’s West Shore.
A view over the town, taken from the upper paths of the Haulfre Gardens.
The weather’s not quite as good as it has been recently, still nice enough for a brisk walk on the beach though!
The Great Orme goats quite often like to venture down into town to see if there’s any tasty food to be had, this particular family were spotted just behind the Empire Hotel.
Yesterday was a great day to have a refreshing ride across the bay in a fast boat, or to just have a leisurely stroll along the prom!
Sandbanks and sparkling water on the West Shore, taken from high up on the western slopes of the Great Orme.
A look up Bodhyfryd Road, all the way towards the Great Orme and into the clear blue sky!
Looking towards the Great Orme from the side of probably Llandudno’s most popular pub; The Palladium, run by JD Wetherspoon.
Formerly the Palladium Theatre, it was built in 1920 and had 1500 seats in the stalls and also two balconies. After World War 2 the Palladium functioned principally as a cinema, until 1972 when it was split… with a bingo hall occupying the stalls and a 600 seat cinema above. Following its closure in 1999 the building was taken over by Wetherspoons and opened as it is today in 2001.