Saturday, 30 May 2020
What evil women to do this, and her in a position of trust. She should have gone to jail
Sadly with all the chavs and gangs hanging around up there at the moment, and people drinking and doing drugs, there maybe be more fires and with the dry weather could end up being fatal.
Thursday, 28 May 2020
They look a delightful pair, don't they?
One wonders if they were Covidiots as locals all know to keep off the sandbanks! The article fails to state where they were from!
Wednesday, 27 May 2020
(In an ideal world )It is not the dog that should be put to sleep but the owner!
It is the owner who has allowed this to happen. The government also needs to introduce sharp fines for dog owners who allow their dogs off the leads on farmland.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020
I don't envy the Police one bit as Carvidiots are out in force. Personally, I think we need to put a border block on the A55 at the top of The Rheault Hill. However, I can't imagine why anyone would want to visit the skip even outside of Lockdown, and now the dire Bryn Williams Cafe is closed should it not be time for demolition?
on May 26, 2020
Sunday, 24 May 2020
It was looking bad for "The Fading Queen Of Welsh Resorts" before lockdown, it is looking even worse now! I am sure the usual lowlife developers will soon be sniffing around to tear the Hotels down for blocks of OAP Retirement Flats, or Cartrefi Conwy or similar for Social Housing Flats!
on May 24, 2020
Thursday, 21 May 2020
We have to be very careful about what we say here as people who break lockdown rules can become very touchy and aggressive when caught! We have knowledge of situations of innocent people being confronted and accused and others threatened with violence!
Remember people may report others, neighbors, community members, etc because they may be genuinely scared, this disease does kill, and although indirectly those who break the rules could cause problems for other people such as Hospitals and Emergency services, just look at those two fools from England that drove to Snowdon and got stuck on the mountain, it was the Poor Welsh Rescue team that had to risk their lives, all due to the selfish actions of two men!
The thing is I guess that the police cannot enforce everything, and for some people, if they wish to take the risk that is up to them, however for others it is the concern on services and the spread of this awful disease. for others it means nothing, and social activity, drug dealing, seeing family, social events have all carried on as normal!
North Wales now has the fastest rising levels of increase in the UK, but well done to those who have kept to social isolation, it may well have saved their lives. We have had as have the police stories of people flouting the rules, but we have not printed them as previously we did and the person sought police and legal action as they had been confronted by neighbors for something they state they did not do, (but we would love to print some of them, believe me!) so all we will do is add some street names of places that have been having shall we say Lockdown Difficulties! Including Parties, Weddings, Sports Gatherings, Family Meetings, and more!
Bay View Road
Chapel Street Mochdre, reader submission
Grove Park West
Sea View Road
Woodland Park West
Pensarn, Maes Cybi, Reader submission
These are just a few where it is alleged that lockdown rules have been broken, these also include Crime, Vandalism, Drug or Alcohol Gatherings, and gangs of Youths, there are many more apparently! I guess the thing is following the law for some people is hard for others it is easy. But if you think about it, it was like that before the lockdown, it was just called crime then! Please drop us a line if you want to add any names to the list, but no names of anyone accused, please!
If people are staying at home due to lockdown there will be more household waste and less business, and with Fly-Tipping through the roof, you would think the council would relax the monthly bin collections! Yet we are now paying the same amount in council tax for even less!
Tuesday, 19 May 2020
Saturday, 16 May 2020
Again thank you to another reader who spotted this abandoned trolley by Theatre Colwyn, Please keep sending us your pictures of those abandoned shopping trolleys!
Thank you to a reader for sending us these photographs, litter is everywhere yet the council still refuses to relax monthly bin collections! Total Madness!
Friday, 15 May 2020
Thank you to Jennifer for sending in these photographs of a dog walker who was seen tossing a bag full of dog poo on the roof of a neighbors garage! Sadly by the time she had gone to get her phone the woman had gone! What a vile thing to do, the woman was described as being in her 30s with dyed blond hair and a buggy with a child in!
Interesting isn't it, death and the threat of it to some means something serious and to those with very small brains, it is life as normal!
Thursday, 14 May 2020
Adventurer Bear Grylls thanked for urging people to stay away from North Wales until it is safe to return
Thank you Bear.
BRITAIN'S most high-profile adventurer has been thanked for urging people not to visit North Wales until it is safe to do so. Former SAS serviceman and survival expert Bear Grylls, 45, appeared on Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid where he spoke of his love for the region while urging people to stay away for the time being. Bear, who owns Ynys Tudwal Fawr in Gwynedd, said: "North Wales is a place we obviously love - it has especially vulnerable communities, small rural communities and just ever mindful of respecting them. He added that "our time will come when we will be able to go back there". "But for me I have grown up with so much of that Welsh community, I love them so much and out of respect for them, let's just stay away and wait until it's safe for us to go to these places, that we really love." His words have been praised by North Wales Police who, along with Betsi Cadwalader Health Board and the Welsh Government, have been urging people not to visit the region - especially now that lockdown restrictions have been eased across the border in England. North Wales Police tweeted: "Thank you @BearGrylls. "We look forward to welcoming everybody back when the time is right, but for now please continue to #StayHome and help #ProtectOurNHS." And Visit Snowdonia tweeted: "Thank you so much for your support this morning @BearGrylls "We look forward to welcoming everyone back here soon." And "Thank you for saving lives by following @WelshGovernment and @NWPolice guidance by staying home. Travelling to holiday home or a second home is not permitted. Police have powers to enforce this. Visit Snowdonia and Llŷn."
on May 14, 2020
Wednesday, 13 May 2020
This is so awful, why would dog walkers throw their muck in a bag into a field? What is wrong with people? They need to make this a criminal offense. We always take our dog bags home or put them in a bin if one is provided.
Apparently, this man has been terrorizing people in Llandudno, please keep an eye out for him.
This is Michael Hender from Llandudno. He has been made the subject of a 2 year Criminal Behaviour Order from 20/04/2020.
He must not:
1. Use or encourage others to use foul, abusive, insulting, offensive, threatening, or intimidating language or behaviour in any public place or towards any person
2. Must not be intoxicated in a public place
3. Must not enter Dolydd, Llandudno
If Michael doesn’t comply with all of the provisions, he will be committing a criminal offence for which he could be sent to prison. We will continue to work hard to keep our communities safe. Antisocial behaviour in any form will not be tolerated, and in extreme and persistent cases, we will protect the public through the use of Criminal Behaviour Orders.