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Memories of Llandudno

Happy Valley Happy Memories

My sister, Ellen, won a children's talent competition at Happy Valley in 1936, at the age of eight, playing 'Minuet in G' on the piano. I was only aged two at the time ...Read full memory

A memory of Llandudno by Gwyndaf Roberts

''Tram Crash On Tabor Hill''

On Tuesday, August 23rd 1932 there occurred at almost exactly the same spot from which this photo was taken, the most serious runaway and crash that ever ocurred on the ...Read full memory

A memory of Llandudno by John Owen

Great Orme Railway, Ty Gwyn Road Passing Loop

The Great Orme Tramway is split into an upper and lower section at Halfway station. This photo is taken on the lower section at the middle passing ...Read full memory

A memory of Llandudno by John Owen

Shows At The Pavilion Theatre

Oh how I remember going to shows at the Theatre. The one I recall most is seeing Tommy Steele - sometime in the 60s. Walking along the Pier before or after and having a cuppa or an icecream - great stuff. Gone are the days!

A memory of Llandudno by Sue Oliver

Enid Mary Adams Above.

Enid Mary Adams' maiden name was Jones.

A memory of Llandudno by Belinda Taylor

Gas Tanks?

Does anyone remember a gas tank near Bodnant Road? If so could you give me any relevant references so that I can research the area - I remember as a child my grandmother living nearby.

A memory of Llandudno by Yvonne Wolstenholme

Childhood Memories Of Pink Farm

My mother worked in the cafe for many years. I used to play with John, who lived there with his parents and sister.

A memory of Llandudno by Glyn Davies

My Family

I was christened here, Belinda Adams, and have a photo of me with my Mum and Dad and sister Susan, who was also christened here, I think, 2 years earlier. My father, William Shirley ...Read full memory

A memory of Llandudno by Belinda Taylor

Passing Place On The Upper Section, Great Orme Tramway

This is a photograph of two tramcars, Nos 6 & 7, at the passing loop above the Great Orme Mines. They are painted in the Dark Ochre livery ...Read full memory

A memory of Llandudno by John Owen

Chilhood And Family

My family connection with LLandudno starts with my grandmother. She moved with her widowed mother, brother and sister from Sutton Coalfield sometime in 1900s. The family name ...Read full memory

A memory of Llandudno by Cheryl Thornthwaite

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