Author Topic: The Changing Face of Llandudno  (Read 56376 times)

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SteveH

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Re: The Changing Face of Llandudno
« Reply #315 on: March 09, 2020, 11:03:17 AM »
This is clever and fun to use..... you can move around the picture, zoom in, change direction etc from GigaPixel Images.

I think it was taken from the Orme, you can even zoom across the estuary and see the tunnels on the A55
See Llandudno all at once.

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Re: The Changing Face of Llandudno
« Reply #316 on: March 09, 2020, 04:49:59 PM »
That's a really interesting find Steve and good to play around with      $good$

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Re: The Changing Face of Llandudno
« Reply #317 on: June 20, 2020, 02:54:58 PM »
Makes sense to save costs when they have two businesses so close to one another, hopefully staff can be transferred to the Toolstation
site on Builder Street West.

Three Travis Perkins sites in North Wales on list of 165 set to close
The builders' merchant is closing the store in Llandudno.

The firm - which also owns Toolstation and Wickes - is closing 165 sites with around 2,500 workers to lose their jobs.

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Re: The Changing Face of Llandudno
« Reply #318 on: July 11, 2020, 02:25:08 PM »
As the day goes on............................

A group of 50 Charadi making their way to West Shore.

Loud music from The Kings head ?

A phone call from a friend ( a very strong and independent lady) who after returning from town, said she was terrified, no social distancing, two face masks other than her own, like a bank holiday, and she would not be returning until things got better.

Someone saying difficult to park in town ?

        "           "      Beaches busy ?

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Re: The Changing Face of Llandudno
« Reply #319 on: July 11, 2020, 03:15:14 PM »
The town seemed to be getting back to a bit like it used to be before the lockdown.     Most of the people in Mostyn Street didn't wear masks but a lot of people were wearing them
Social distancing could have been a problem and I noticed a few instances of that today but what I did notice is that those incidents were caused by visitors from over the border.    They have been let loose in England and are don't realise what the rules in Wales are.
I had no trouble finding a space to park in Mostyn Street but there weren't that many spaces either.
On my way to the West Shore I drove down Church Walks and saw the Charadi making their way down to the West Shore area and I did wonder whether they were dressed like that because it's their Sabbath today

One thing I would like to say is that if we are welcoming the tourists back albeit under certain conditions we should be providing toilet facilities for everyone.   Another is that face masks indoors should be made compulsory to protect everyone

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Re: The Changing Face of Llandudno
« Reply #320 on: August 02, 2020, 08:03:11 PM »
That's where I was born all those years ago and my youngest brother John was also born there.

My most recent memory of the place is when Tony Jones slapped an ice pack on my back after having physiotherapy there, if anyone has had treatment from Tony then they will know how it feels.      A great physio  though    $good$


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