Llandudno is popular with us Wiganers
Here is live view from café on West Shore
Started: 6th Aug 2019 at 16:36
Last edited by cordyline: 14th Apr 2020 at 17:31:33
Cordyline site showing no video found
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Shows OK here
try putting this in your browser
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The full cycle lasts about 3 minutes
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Cordyline just clicked on the link now working
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Love Llandudno my brother lives Craig-y-don
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Welsh time 4 mins ahead of English time
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Looks nice and breezy, I'd love a nice cool breeze...
Replied: 21st Aug 2019 at 14:23
Great stuff. And they could also expend on this and give us a a hundred more views of the beach (and from every street corner, cafe, restaurant, pub, supermarket, ambulance, fire engine, bus etc) taken from all of the privately owned CCTV cameras that are everywhere intruding on everyone's privacy and recording everyones face with facial recognition, well the ones that do work when there isn't some "terrorist" attack.
On a lighter note, wonderful place Llandudno, has one of the nicest beaches I've been to. The boat rides are great too and not bad value for money:)
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The Llandudno web-cam could show a stunning sunset tonight around 7 pm
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Screen grab of sunset at Llandudno -- from web-cam
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West Shore café now zoom in on their Specials Board
The bird scarer is long gone
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You wont taste the welsh beef if its made into chilli, Llandudno is a belting webcam.
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we have been twice in recent years and enjoyed the walks on the flat prom, its a clean town with a olde world atmosphere. some good pubs dotted around the town and only a short drive away.
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Joseph Evans, of Haydock, owned the Great Orme and had Marine Drive constructed around it!
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So a strong Wigan connection then
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A stronger connection with Wigan than Llandudno ever had!
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Fiona Richards did much research in 2011 on Deganwy history during Victorian/Edwardian times with an account of Joseph Evans having owned estates on the Great Orme and other places. Many of his papers are held in Saint Helens local history archives.
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Llandudno "Porsche on the Prom." meeting is cancelled this year due to CoronaVirus!
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Jouell sends her love to all her friends, she has not been very well thease last few months but s getting better.
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Is this car park FREE to use
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