Colwyn Bay Royal British Legion - All about the Colwyn Bay Royal British Legion, Club and Branch
Rapidbuild Construction - Builders of highly insulated home, extensions and garden rooms using an ecofriendly product.
Sunnydowns Hotel - Sunnydowns Hotel Rhos-on-sea, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, North Wales. A 3 star family run Hotel. Situated in a quiet area & just a 2 Minute level walk to the beach & shops. High standard of comfort & cleanliness, car park, bar, games room with pool table, Nordic sauna, Restaurant, TV lounge.
Sunnydowns Hotel - Sunnydowns Hotel Rhos-on-sea, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, North Wales. A 3 star Hotel.Situated just a 2 Minute level walk from the beach & shops. car park,bar,games room with pool table,Sauna,lounge. The towns of Llandudno,Colwyn Bay,& Conway are only 5 minutes drive away & just 10 minutes to the Mountains & castles of Snowdonia. Wi Fi throughout the Hotel.
Victoria Pier - Designed by Maynall and Littlewood of Manchester, Colwyn Bay Victoria Pier was one of the later British piers to be built, opening on 1st June 1900. As first constructed, the pier was just 316ft (96m) long and 40ft (12m) wide, comprising a timber promenade deck with seating and railings along its length, and a large 'moorish' style pavilion. The pavilion was set to the right of the deck, with a walkway allowing access to the pier-head to the left. A modern feature of the pier was the illumination by electric light, and this proved to be quite a spectacle at night. The pavilion was built to a very high standard, and the interior was finished in a typically ornate fashion. One of its most notable features, and an innovation for that period, was a large electric ceiling fan, housed in the largest of the three ornate cupolas on the roof. With the capability of seating 2,500 people in great comfort, the pavilion had a balcony that extended around three of the four walls. At the pavilion entrance were shops, and a tearoom for use during the intervals. Renowned for the quality of its performers, this pavilion enjoyed playing host to many of the famous operatic and ballet companies of the day. As the popularity of the resort increased, so word spread of the pier's high standard of entertainment, and in 1903 the Victoria Pier Company decided to extend the neck to a length of 750ft (227m) in order to facilitate outdoor theatrical performances. Elegant shelters were then constructed for the convenience of the audience.
Young Conwy - Young Conwy 1 - for children living in Conwy Young Conwy 2 - for young people aged 13+
Cambrian Training - The Cambrian Training Suite is an important resource for Active Learning in Photographic related subjects and office applications. The modern facilities provide a positive learning environment with the emphasis on Digital Photography and using the computer. We usually run one day courses but can be flexible with one to one training available by arrangement. The Cambrian Training Suite is part of the well established Cambrian Photography Limited that has been established in the town for over 60 years and provides a wide range of photographic related services including retail sales together with film and digital photo processing.
China Club - To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the Kwong Chow Restaurant has been completely revamped and updated by its original owners. As the new name suggests, the hip décor is wow and the food very now. With designer Philippe Starck chairs featuring female face prints and an exciting, new menu, where every dish is a delight, China Club puts the creativity back into contemporary Chinese cuisine. We would like to thank you for your support over the years and hope that you enjoy this exciting, new experience
Curvy Girls - Fitness suite for women of all ages & sizes, only takes 1/2 hour to complete, no appointment required.
Colwyn Bay FC - Colwyn Bay are a Welsh football team playing in the English pyramid system. They were founded in 1881 and currently reside in the UniBond League Premier Division. Their ground is at Llanelian Road in Old Colwyn, North Wales in the county borough of Conwy. Their colours are light blue and claret and the away strip is gold and navy. Their nickname is The Seagulls or The Bay.
Colwyn Bay Heritage Group - We aim to promote the heritage of Colwyn Bay and make it accessible to the whole community. We also welcome contributions in the form of old photos, articles and memories.
Pen-y-Bryn - From the front, the Pen-y-Bryn looks a bit like a medical centre, but inside, you'll find lovely oak floors, open fires, bookcases and old furniture: it all looks very handsome, and has to be one of the finest doctor's waiting rooms in the land. Outside you'll find a stunning garden and terrace with panoramic views out over the sea and the Great Orme.
Welsh Mountain Zoo - Welsh Mountain Zoo
Colwyn Bay Town Council - THe web site for Colwyn Bay's Town Council; Members and contact details, plus meetings and agendas.
Bay Life Initiative - The Bay Life Initiative is a development plan that aims to make Colwyn Bay a better place to live and visit. Project teams have identified the main 'goals and priorities' that the Bay Life Initiative will focus on to improve the community of Colwyn Bay.
Accent Properties - Accent Properties leads the way in independent residential sales and lettings in North Wales.
Anthony Flint - Anthony Flint is a well known and respected local agent of many years standing in the community. He has assembled a team of experienced and professional staff to assist you in the selling, buying or renting of your property. With three high-profile, computer-linked offices, we are the only local agent that has full information on every single property available at all our offices. No driving from town to town, one office visit will provide everything you need. With the addition of SMS text messaging and full e-mail facilities connected to our website, potential buyers need never even visit the office at all. Each office provides a prime location within the local towns of Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Deganwy and between the three, cover a wide area from Llandulas through to Llanfairfechan and inland as far as Betws Y Coed. With so much experience and technology available we are the natural choice for you, whether you are looking to sell, buy or rent a property in the County of Conwy.
Bods Stationery Supplies - office and school supplies. all purchases over £5 gets a free gift
Colwyn Bay Pet Shop - We are a family run pet shop catering for all your pets needs. We also have a wide range of animals including reptile,snakes,spiders and the more traditional rabbits,hamsters,mice and caged birds. Delivery service also available
Conwy Property Services - For all your property maintainance. Kitchens and bathrooms fitted. Even simple jobs like flatpack assembly
Manshop - Big Mens Clothing from 36 to 58 Inch Chest - Waist from 30 to 54 Inches - Shirt Sizes from 14 1/2 to 23 Inches, In Colwyn Bay.
Rapid Build Construction - Using the latest innovations in home building, Rapid Build Construction can slash the time to build your new home or extension. In addition, there is much less mess around your home. A simple extension can be installed onto the foundations in one day, a typical four bedroom house can be erected in as little as 4 days! Why wait weeks and suffer the problems of the bad weather, dirt and mess? Call us for more information Peter 07979 508286
Rooms & Blooms - interior decor and floral art, exquisite home & garden furnishings and accessories. Special items sourced from all around the world
Weather Forecasting for Business – Long Range Fore - The Weathersys.com system provides UK and European weather services. Weather forecast systems for business used in the Retail, Energy and Event Sectors
Colwyn Bay and District Lions Club - Colwyn Bay and District Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs International. Latest figures show that our world-wide membership is 1,413,431 in more than 45,000 Clubs active in 185 nations and geographical areas. We have come a long way since our humble beginning in 1917. Like other clubs our membership comprises people who willingly give their own precious time and energy to raise money and/or assist those others of our community who are less fortunate than ourselves.
St David's Hospice - St David's Hospice Charity Registration No 1038543 St David's Hospice cares for adults living with cancer and other terminal illnesses. It serves the population of North West Wales and aims to provide a safe haven for patients and their families.