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Skips are available at Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi as follows

Penmaenmawr: Station Road
Thursday 5 May 2022
Thursday 7 July 2022
Thursday 1 September 2022

Dwygyfylchi: Maes Alltwen Green
Thursday 14 April 202
Thursday 9 June 2022
Thursday 4 August 2022
Thursday 6 October 2022

Skips will be available from 9am and remain until 4pm or until full
For more information please contact the Town Clerk
Phone
: 01492 623221
Email: [email protected]

Monday
* U3A Poetry (3rd Monday AM)
Pen Buskers

Tuesday
Library Services: 10am - 1pm
Library Services: 2pm - 5pm
* Youth Club: 6pm - 8pm

Wednesday
Family West: 9am - 4:30pm
Health Visitor for Babies
Various WI meetings: 6:30pm - 9pm

Thursday
Library Services: 2pm - 5pm
Readers group: 2pm - 3:30pm

Friday
Cymraig i Blant: 1:30pm - 3: 30pm

Saturday
Library Services: 10am - 1pm


* Normally a closed group or with arranged drop-in)

Sound of the Sea

Sŵn y Môr Community Meet & Greet

When: Thursday 21st of April at 6 pm,

Where: The Community Centre, LL34 6AB.

Penmaenmawr Town Council and HTC Events

Welcome all from our community to attend a meet and greet session to talk about the jubilee event.

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Ideas welcome!
Light refreshments will be provided.

Want to get involved? Get in touch.

Issy Hart
01492 623221
[email protected]

Christopher Williams
0845 838 1395
[email protected]


17 April 2022

The Council are pleased with the work completed on Parc Plas Mawr. With significant improvements on the pond, a planted fruit orchard, solitary bee hives and a mix of bird and bat houses installed. Plus a wonderful sensory path. It's got something for everyone.

Parc Plas Mawr

12 April 2022

The Council would like to thank the community for their support on the Launch day of the Shoal, a good turn out and there were many people interested in what the project stands for.

The Council would like to invite the community to a meet and greet event on 21st April 6 pm at the community centre. This will provide an opportunity to explain the work that has been occurring and to encourage local community groups to get involved.

The Town Council is pleased to support Conwy’s playing out the scheme and have funded 2 sessions.

The Council is pleased to announce that it has supported Kids cancer charity with a donation of £75.00.

The next community skip is Thursday 14th April at Dwygyfylchi with the following skip at Penmaenmawr Station Rd on May 5th May.

Highways Notification
Temporary traffic regulation Graiglwyd Road, between Bod Hyfryd and Graiglwyd Farm from 21/04 to the 22/04 for BT work.


SHOAL Sculpture Launch

Plastic Free Awareness - 9 April 2022

The launch of 'Shoal', a sculpture created by Mike Badger that raises awareness of the problem of plastic in our seas and oceans.

Commissioned by Penmaenmawr Town Council, Plastic Free Penmaenmawr and Conwy County Borough Council. The sculpture consists of six metal rods that are attached to the wooden sea defence (groyns) at the high tide mark of the Promenade. Each rod holds two fish made from recycled plastic that swivel and move with the wind. (Swapping water currents for air currents) at 4.5m in height and 4m width, the coloured fish move in unison to create a kinetic, dynamic spectacle for the general public to enjoy as they amble along the historic Promenade.

Sound of the Sea

The Council is pleased to be able to support Welsh Air Ambulance and Ty Gobaith with donations of £75.00 each.

The Council are pleased to unveil the Sound of the Sea Logo and are planning a festival in honour of the Queens Platinum Jubilee.

Sound of the Sea - Hosted by Penmaenmawr Town Council

Penmaenmawr Town Council are excited to announce they are hosting a Platnum Jubilee Event to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 70-year reign.

The Sound of Sea Festival will be taking place Friday, June 3rd, 2022.

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29 March 2022
The Town Council is pleased to announce it has supported Love North Wales Support Group with a £75.00 donation.

The Council are delighted to announce that the current works have been completed in Parc Plas Mawr and a significant difference has been made.

The Community elections occur on 5 May, the Council would encourage ever eligible voter to vote.


Library closure on Thursday 5 May

The library will be used as a polling station.

No other opening hours are affected.


10 March 2022
Parc Plas Mawr Update

Penmaenmawr Town Council would like to share the progress of the work that is ongoing in Parc Plas Mawr.

The Native fruit orchard has been planted. By next spring/summer this will have grown Welsh apples and other fruits for the community to pick and enjoy.

Wildflowers seeds have been planted on the edges of the "sun and clouds" space.

Wildflower meadows are being created on the banks at the top of the parc.

Birdhouses, Bat roosts, and solitary bee nests have arrived and will be distributed through the parc over the coming weeks.

A sensory path is being created to support pollinating insects and night songbirds but, it is also a space that will be safe for individuals to interact closely with the plants safely, it was created to be accessible for individuals with sensory impairments, dementia, learning disabilities and/or mental health conditions.

Work is ongoing to improve the pond area, currently, the pond is looking "muddy" it is expected that this settle and ask for your patience with this.

While no trees are being removed during this project, invasive shrubs and plants have been removed. The Council will be looking to replace these invasive species with native trees such as willow, Hawthorne etc.

The Council is grateful for your patience during this time and confident that the improvements being carried out on the parc will benefit all.

Parc Plas Mawr

3 March 2022

Penmaenmawr Town Council has recently secured funding from Local Places for Nature Grants, This funding is to invest in Parc Plas Mawr.

Over the coming weeks, there will be a range of works being carried out to improve diversity and enhance wildlife as well as connecting people to nature.

Currently, if you are in the parc you'll see work being carried out to improve the pond.

Your patience during this time is appreciated, The Council looks forward to seeing the completion of the project.

3 March 2022

The Town Council is pleased to support the initiative of the North Wales Fire Safety Community Officer and asks that everyone check their smoke alarms regularly.

15 February 2022

The Town Council is pleased to support the initiative of the North Wales Fire Safety Community Officer and asks that everyone check their smoke alarms regularly.

The Council is pleased to announce that it has supported the Dwygy Dashers with a grant of £310.

The Town Council would like to confirm that it has approved a Match Funding grant of up to £500, to the local entrants of the 2022 Veteran’s Rally, scheduled to take place in September. The Council would like to offer them its best wishes for the event.

28 January 2022

The Council is pleased to be able to support Welsh Air Ambulance and Ty Gobaith with donations of £75.00 each.

The Council are pleased to unveil the Sound of the Sea Logo and are planning a festival in honour of the Queens Platinum Jubilee.

Sound of the Sea - Hosted by Penmaenmawr Town Council

Penmaenmawr Town Council are excited to announce they are hosting a Platnum Jubilee Event to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 70-year reign.

The Sound of Sea Festival will be taking place Friday, June 3rd, 2022.

More details will follow in due course.


21 January 2022
Community Skips

Penmaenmawr: Station Road
Thursday 10 March 2022
Thursday 5 May 2022

Dwygyfylchi: Maes Alltwen Green
Thursday 3 February 2022
Thursday 14 April 2022

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