Wednesday, 14 December 2016
Betws y Coed,Royal Oak Hotel, North Wales - Petition demanding Betws-y-Coed hotel cat killers are prosecuted reaches more than 72,000 signatures
Friday, 9 December 2016
However praise for Abdul Khan and the town council for seeing sense, but the press do appear to be biased in their reporting as well as printing a number of incorrect statements. A little birdy told me that court action by a person or persons, may be in the Pipeline following a number of shall we say Breaches by the council regarding the Pier.
Something nasty was posted through our door today in Old Colwyn, has anyone else had this dire Council news letter?
Well news reaches me that these offices were to bring work into a deprived area, and the plan was for all council offices to close and for staff to move to this block, so why are the NHS going to be moving in as well?
It seems that two NHS community facilities are to close, One in Llandudno the other in Colwyn Bay and the staff are all going to be shoved in the build ( I bet their thrilled!) apparently not. Does anyone have any more news? To two sites to close are to be flattened for block of flats! Now there's a shock!!!!!
Sunday, 4 December 2016
Sickening! Have these developers no shame? CLEARLY NOT!!!!!!!!
Clearly these animals were very loved, The headstones have been ripped up off the graves ready for the bulldozers!
Thank you to D.M for todays photos.
It looks like Demolition has started on this Art Deco House in Rhos on Sea, all for a block of flats! Very sad news indeed, neighboring properties are very upset about this and are already putting their houses up for sale. In fairness who wants to live next door to a Ghastly block of flats! Sadly there is very little left in Rhos to now be demolished, and just by the golf course up the road, The Arts and
Crafts house is also soon to be demolished for another block of flats.
The good news that he is doing a website for all of the buildings that have been demolished in the area, or are awaiting demolition, and the "mess" that has replaced them. He states that "I want people all over the world to see how lovely these areas once were and the mess they are now" The site will apparently be mirrored on Twitter, Flickr, and Instagram and promises details on the objections, history, etc, We Can't!