Seaside tat

Moving onto Llandudno itself now, it started off as a typical dismal grey day in North Wales!! Apparently the town’s name is derived from its patron saint, Saint Tudno and has had the title of “Queen of the Welsh Resorts”, from around 1864. As we sauntered along the North shore pier we admired the views out toContinue reading “Seaside tat”

Marble church and Llandudno

It’s another grey drizzly summer day, so where better to go than North Wales! After sitting in traffic and arriving two and a half hours later than planned we were all a bit tetchy . . But first stop was the marble church of St.Margaret’s in Bodelwyddan. The church was erected by Lady Willoughby de Broke inContinue reading “Marble church and Llandudno”