Friday, 30 November 2018
Mrs Colwyn Bay Says....Thank You again to a reader who lives near this area of the town for sending these pictures in!
Conwy Council claim that the Monthly Enforced Council Bin Collections are going well! What do you think it is like in your area? Please drop us a line. Confidentiality will be guaranteed.
Mrs Colwyn Bay Says...Thank you to a reader who sent this information in.
"The Ceilings are now beginning to collapse and water damage is clearly evident as the Grade II Listed hotel is just left to Rot! Why can't this be the new Charity hub?
I hope the council and the Listed Building Department are keeping a keen eye on this hotel. It's high time the owner was serviced with a repair notice to ensure the building is water tight. Just be warned we are also watching and recording what is happening with this hotel!"
Crest have apparently been awarded £280.000 from a local Governing body to build a new Charity hub, even though they are not a charity! Crest will have their own store and offices will be available for others.
Crest have been awarded the sum from a 1 Million funding pot. The Crest factory and sadly number 10 Weylands which was originally the Managers house for the Dairy that stood where the carpark now is. The house also has a well known boxing ring behind it where many a local boxer once trained. The council own the building and gazumped a buyer to buy it with the intention of flattening it. Very sad indeed.
And yet the civic offices are now empty and this building could have been used and the money to renovate it. Still that's just a little too clever eh!
Mrs Colwyn Bay Says...Oh dear! news reaches us that the open plan office at Trump Towers is causing quite a lot of problems, noise and drafts! It seems that when the door opens in the lobby the cold air sends a shiver to the lower status staff based in the open plan settings, although all the managers have nice doors and four walls!
Also a little incident in the lobby involving an upset member of the public waiting for someone from housing who was running late, became very agitated and angry ! This could be heard from all floors and disturbed many who were trying to work! We suggest earplugs or mufflers!
Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Mrs Colwyn Bay Says... This apparently happened just by The Ocean View, West Promenade,
My brother once worked as a psychiatric nurse for many years and said that people who really want to take their own life will go somewhere quiet to do it as we read so many times. Here this woman chose a busy area with many people around! Interesting why, when there was such a high chance of being stopped, however a short walk down towards Old Colwyn would have been far quieter! Just an opinion of course, but her actions will have led to the distress of others when she could so easily have trotted off to a & e and seen psychiatric liaison or her gp.
Friday, 23 November 2018
After a PC noticed a knife protruding from the pocket of a 19-year-old man in the centre of Colwyn Bay it was found that he was also carrying a second knife.
Conwy County Council.....Enforced Four-weekly waste collection is causing "no problems" Council claims
"Conwy council have said the new four-weekly bin collections have posed "no problems" for most residents"!!!!
Mrs Colwyn Bay Says....Really? You have to love the councils stiff upper lip don't you! As Rome Burns etc But the truth is there is more litter and filth and the public are struggling. The council it seems can waste money all over the place but not on bin collections that the public did not want monthly. Now the bin collectors just leave extra bin bags on the street and these then rip open and look a mess attracting vermin etc, but this will require more costs than simply just putting the extra bags in the wagon! Where is the sense in that? What is it like in your area? Let us know.
"More people are recycling and, thanks to television programmes such as Blue Planet, people are thinking more about what happens to their waste.”
Original article from...https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/17235828.four-weekly-waste-collection-is-causing-no-problems-says-conwy-council/
Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Colwyn Bay...Council Install New pay & display ticket machines by mistake Opposite Flats on Promenade!
Mrs Colwyn Bay Says....Well they will be needed in the future so just leave them there!
More pay and display ticket machines have been installed on the Colwyn Bay promenade – but by mistake.
An Anglesey man admitted that he was responsible for stealing two valuable oil paintings from a Llandudno hotel.
Mrs Cowyn Bay Says...You just can't leave anything valuable anymore or it will be stolen, and in this case screwed to the wall! The clientele who visit "The Fading Queen Of Welsh Resorts" are no longer the sort of people you can trust not to steal, sadly.