Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Colwyn Bay Yobs Cause Havoc At The Historic Ruined Mansion Llys Euryn!

Sadly due to gangs of Yobs drinking in large crowds the area is back to being a no go place for walkers. The site has previously suffered vandalism from yobs, and now Lockdown appears to raise few concerns for the lower runs of our society!

Rhos On Sea North Wales Police appeal to Rhos-on-Sea residents to be vigilant of scam

Saly with the mass of OAP flats in the town it is easy pickings!

RHOS-on-Sea residents are being urged to be vigilant of potential scammers in the area.
North Wales Police has received reports of two men claiming to be from a window fitting company visiting a number of properties on Monday, June 29.
They managed to ask one elderly resident for payment to be made upfront using a card machine, however, thankfully, the bank raised suspicion and put a stop to the transaction.
A spokesperson for the force's West Conwy Coastal team said: "They are believed to be traveling in a blue-colored Range Rover. One male is wearing a suit and speaks with a Manchester accent and the other male has blonde hair.
"Our inquiries are underway however if anybody has seen these males, or who has information that could assist our investigation, they're asked to contact PC 3448, Erin Davies, at Colwyn Bay Police Station on 101 or via the live web chat quoting reference number Y092889.
"We're asking everybody to be vigilant and to please keep a close eye on any elderly or vulnerable neighbors."

Llandudno Three people arrested and drugs - including class A and class B - seized after series of raids

More drugs in Llandudno! What a shock!!!

THREE people have been arrested following a series of raids in Conwy and Denbighshire.
The raids happened on Friday, June 26, and were part of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
Five warrants were executed in Denbigh, Rhyl, Prestatyn, and Llandudno during a policing operation within the central division, and drugs, including what was believed to be class A and class B, were seized.
A large amount of cash was also been seized as well as mobile phones.
Those arrested, two women and a man from the Denbigh and Rhyl areas, are currently being investigated for drug-related offenses.
Chief Inspector Alwyn Williams said: “The success of this operation sends out a clear message that the communities of North Wales will not tolerate this behavior and that North Wales Police will continue to support the communities in tackling this problem in a fair and robust manner.
“The operation was undertaken as a result of information received from members of the public, relating to people being concerned in the supply of illegal drugs. We have also targeted the road networks and worked with officers from across the region to combat drugs activity and safeguard the public
“Friday’s policing activity will continue as we are committed to keeping people living and visiting Conwy and Denbighshire safe."
In response to the day Ann Jones, MS for Vale of Clwyd, said: "I am pleased to see the proactive work by North Wales Police officers in Denbigh and Rhyl in carrying out these successful drug warrants. It is good to know that even in the times of additional pressures on safety with the effects of Coronavirus, the work still carries on to rid our streets of these dangerous and harmful drugs."
Dr James Davies MP for the Vale of Clwyd said: “North Wales Police continues to work hard in our communities and as a result of their efforts today, Denbigh is a safer place."
Anyone with information to help police crackdown on drugs is asked to contact 101.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or contact the web live chat.

Aberconwy MS urges Tesco to launch battery farmed egg education campaign

Well done to her, but Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi, and Asda all sell this muck and Halal which also needs to be banned. In this day and age animal welfare should be the priority. Someone recently bought us an anniversary cake from Morrisons but it had battery farmed eggs in it so we couldn't eat it, but no one else we knew wanted it, so we gave it to the birds!

A LLANDUDNO politician is calling on a supermarket giant to "highlight the blight" of battery chicken farming.
Aberconwy MS Janet Finch-Saunders MS has written to Jason Tarry, chief executive of Tesco, to urge the launch of an industry-leading education campaign.
While Tesco had previously committed to stop sourcing eggs from caged hens by 2025 about 50 percent of egg laying hens in the UK are still kept in battery cages according to RSPCA Assured.
Mrs Finch Saunders said: ""My constituents are rightly dismayed at a local Tesco supermarket which has begun to sell caged hen eggs in ever greater volumes.
"It has long been accepted that the wire mesh cages used to house battery hens fail to allow enough space to scratch freely and perch comfortably, often leading to frustration and suffering.
"Tesco must stop putting cost above welfare. Their actions undermine the significant moves by local farmers to improve their welfare standards, often letting their flocks roam free to enjoy the open pastures of North Wales.
"As a world-renowned British brand, with a history of food education, Tesco stands in a privileged position to help facilitate change. I have asked the company to look at providing clear signage about the circumstances in which these eggs came about.
"A pioneering and positive campaign by Tesco could also provide further educational resources to consumers about the caged eggs hidden in processed foods, like pasta and cakes, so consumers can make an informed choice when shopping."

Colwyn Bay ....Did You Know "Bryn Williams" At The Skip Is Only A Partner At “Shel Restaurants Ltd”.

I think this is a little unfair, a man who sold meats to the Bistro took small claims against Mr. Williams for money owed but lost because it was a company and Williams was only a partner! It seems a bit petty, but what do I know. The local press and council always state Bryn Williams as the owner, so people could be confused. I hope this will now be corrected in the press as Williams states he is only at the skip (Porth Eirias ) twice a month. People should know this as everyone seems to think it is all about Williams which clearly according to this case it is no it is “Shel Restaurants Ltd”.

A butcher who supplied meat to a celebrity chef has failed in his bid to claim over £4,000 he said he was owed.
In dismissing the claim, Circuit Judge Timothy Petts said that Glyn Davies had acted unreasonably in bringing the case against Bryn Williams, who was awarded costs of £3,500.
In a remotely-conducted county court hearing Mr Davies, who ran the Denbigh business of J Williams and Co, said he had known the chef and his family for many years and started supplying him with meat in 2015.
Bryn Williams  is head chef an proprietor at Odette’s restaurant in Primrose Hill, London, and also Porth Eirias on the seafront in Colwyn Bay, and Mr Davies, who sold his butchery business in 2018, told the court that when he received an order he always put an invoice in the  box addressed to “Porth Eirias”.
He brought the small claims action for £4,253 against “Bryn Williams, trading as Porth Eirias”, but the chef, who shot to fame in television’s Great British Menu in 2006, said he was merely a partner and shareholder in the business with his friend David Owen, and that the company name was “Shel Restaurants Ltd”.
“I’m at Porth Eirias only once or twice a month,” he said.
Mr Davies accepted there was no formal contract to supply the restaurants but his agreement was with Mr Williams, and he was never aware of Shel Restaurants.
Sion Williams, representing Mr Williams, said the question of ownership of the business could have been solved very early in the proceedings had Mr Davies provided “protocol letters”, the recognised procedure for initiating legal proceedings.
He said: “I suggest that you brought these proceedings against Bryn Williams personally because you thought he was a more attractive defendant as a celebrity chef and would attract more media interest.”
His Honour Judge Petts accepted Sion Williams’ submission that the contract was between J Williams and Co and Shel Restaurants, adding: “Therefore Bryn Williams is not personally liable for any outstanding amount.”
The claimant’s solicitor John Owens said his client genuinely believed that he was bringing the claim against the right defendant but the judge ruled that they had acted unreasonably by not carrying out the necessary identification checks before pursuing the case.
“Both sides have fought very hard, harder than usual in a small claims case,” he said.
Mr Sion Williams said it was unfair to expect Bryn Williams to have to pay his legal costs in the light of such unreasonable conduct, and sought costs of £4,458, but the judge awarded him £3,500, which he said should be paid by Mr Owens.

Sunday, 28 June 2020

Colwyn Bay Someone Is In For 7 Years Bad Luck!

Well, more filth around the streets of Colwyn Bay and Llandudno and the beaches too! Where are the council when you need them?

Saturday, 27 June 2020

Colwyn Bay Warning Signs go up after Spate Of Car Crime!

Car crime during Lockdown! Do these lowlife scum bag villains never rest?

SIGNS have been put warning motorists following recent car crime in Colwyn Bay.
The signs are on Lawson Road, Maes Y Fron, and Rhiw Road and come after reports of a male trying car doors, gaining access to vehicles, and rummaging through the glove compartment.
North Wales Police Community Safety Central said: "Please remember to lock your car door."

Llandudno Idiots having BBQ on Great Orme see police, panic - and accidentally start a fire!

These people should have been arrested, anyone who is local will know that this area was blocked off to people during the lockdown. So the covidiots who clearly knew that they should not have been there panicked when they saw the police! And then caused a fire, at the very least they should be charged for the callout of the fire service!

A group of people who "panicked" when they saw police on Llandudno's Great Orme caused a fire when they rushed to throw their disposable barbecue in the bin.
Firefighters had to be called to the scene last night as people gathered to bask in the sunshine.
Officers said it was lucky it didn't spread or ignite the grass.
North Wales Police West Conwy Coastal posted on their Facebook page: "Last night officers were on patrol up on the Great Orme and came across groups of people.
"Some panicked when they saw us and one of them put their disposable BBQ in the bin which then went on fire.
"Colleagues from the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service attended and put the fire out.
"Thankfully the grass did not catch fire as the wind was blowing in the other direction, however, this could have easily escalated."

Friday, 26 June 2020

Colwyn Bay Broken Beer Bottles At The Skip Put Children At Risk! (Porth Eirias)

Someone else was taking photographs shortly before us, so we did the same, Broken beer bottle glass all over the sand and seafront. Gangs of yobs and drunks have been hanging around the skip at night, often drunk or drinking. Bryn Williams Cafe has had problems with yobs before, but now it is closed it seems the in place to be for yobs!

Colwyn Bay Litter Strewn Beach At The Skip (Porth Eirias)

Filth and litter everywhere at the beach by the Skip! Glass, clothing, cans, it's all there! Welcome to Colwyn Bay!

Thursday, 25 June 2020

Llandudno Blue Carrera Hellcat bike stolen from front garden of Llandudno property

And more Lockdown crime!
LLANDUDNO bike owners are being urged to be wary following a theft.
A Blue Carrera Hellcat pushbike has been stolen from the front garden of a property on Knowles Road.
A spokesperson for North Wales Police's Community Safety Central team tweeted:"Please keep your bikes locked up and if possible in the back garden.
"If you have any information that could help get in touch on 101 quoting reference number Y088636."

Llandudno Residents warned by North Wales Police following burglary

Even with Lockdown criminals can't stop doing crime! 

LLANDUDNO residents are being warned to be extra vigilant following a burglary.
A property on Bryniau Road was targeted in the early hours of Wednesday, June 17.
A spokesperson for North Wales Police tweeted: "Always keep your doors and windows locked. "Ring 101 if you have any information, with reference number Y086314."

Llandudno Inquest opens into death of man found dead in White House Hotel room

A man who was found dead at a Llandudno hotel has today been named.
David William Stewart, of no fixed abode, was discovered on the floor of his room of the White House Hotel on St George's Crescent shortly after 11.10am on March 4.
An inquest opening at Ruthin County Hall this morning heard that the 55-year-old gardener drank whiskey and vodka the day before his death.
Coroner for North Wales east and central John Gittins said Mr. Stewart had checked into the hotel with someone and later went to the bar area to watch a football match before retiring to his room.
The White House Hotel in Llandudno 
The following day, he was discovered on the floor by the end of the bed, and police and ambulance crews were called.
A post-mortem was carried out and a provisional cause of death was given as aspiration and acute alcohol toxicity.
A full inquest will take place at a date yet to be fixed.

Colwyn Bay....An Abandoned Washing Machine on Double Yellow Lines!

The places people leave things is just crazy!

Friday, 19 June 2020

Dame Vera Lynn - the Forces Sweetheart - dies at the age of 103

Such sad news, thank you, Vera, for all you gave, you will never be forgotten.

Forces’ Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn has died at 103 - the singer’s family has said.
A statement said: “The family is deeply saddened to announce the passing of one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers at the age of 103.
“Dame Vera Lynn, who lived in Ditchling, East Sussex, passed away earlier today, 18 June 2020, surrounded by her close family.”
In May, Dame Vera Lynn became the oldest artist to score a top 40 album in the UK, the Official Charts Company said.
The 103-year-old saw her greatest hits album 100 re-enter the chart at number 30, boosted by last week’s commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE day.
When originally released in 2017, the collection made Dame Vera the first centenarian to chart, according to the Official Charts Company.

Colwyn Bay Mochdre man arrested in connection with a number of burglaries!

I hope he has a little or long spell in prison!
A MAN has been arrested in connection with a number of burglaries in the Colwyn Bay and Mochdre areas.
North Wales Police took to Twitter to remind residents that they're on patrol after the arrest of the 31-year-old Mochdre man.
Insp Daf Curry said: “We never tolerate people burgling people’s homes and will always treat it as a priority. It is a horrible, intrusive crime.
"Plain clothed and uniformed officers are doing regular patrols day and night, but you can help us by keeping doors and windows locked when not at home and at night, especially in these warmer months."

Colwyn Bay Man who groped schoolgirl jailed for six years!

Glad he has been jailed.
A man who admitted grabbing a schoolgirl's breasts on a number of occasions has today been jailed.
Caernarfon Crown Court heard Thomas John Ferguson sexually abused a girl under 16 Colwyn Bay several times between 2008 and 2009.
He pleaded guilty to two charges of historic sexual activity with a child under the age of 16.
The 58-year-old of Shackleton Place, Oldbrook, Milton Keynes said he didn’t know why he groped her breasts but said he “may have just been wondering how they felt.”
Judge Timothy Petts jailed Ferguson for six years.
He ordered him to register as a sex offender for life and made him the subject of a sexual harm prevention order.
Ferguson, who was not represented in court, was also barred from working with children and vulnerable adults in the future.
Judge Petts, said: “On several occasions, you would put your hands down her top and on her breasts.
“When matters first came to light, there was a time where you denied it.”
He added: “It’s clear she’s been severely affected by your abuse.”
Prosecutor Ryan Rothwell said the historic offenses took place when the victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was between the ages of 13 and 14.
She had initially spoken out to police about the offenses in June 2017, claiming that on several occasions the defendant came up to her and put his hands down her top and onto her breasts.
The court heard the victim recalled that sometimes he would “hurt when he did it”, and would go on for about a minute each time.
Mr. Rothwell said: “She never said anything, she would just wait for him to stop doing it.
“Sometimes, bizarrely, the defendant would make friendly conversation with her whilst touching her.”
At the time, Ferguson was interviewed but denied any sexual abuse at the time.
It was taken no further.
In June 2018, when he was voluntarily interviewed, he said he didn't know why he had assaulted her, but “may have just been wondering how they felt.”
In a victim impact statement, the victim said the abuse “affected her in a variety of ways”.
Mr. Rothwell said while Ferguson’s previous convictions are limited, he would likely have committed the offenses while carrying out a 12-month community order in 2008 for an unrelated matter.
Speaking in court today, Ferguson expressed his remorse and apologized for the offenses.
He said if he could “take back” what he did, he would.
He was given full credit for his guilty plea.
Judge Petts said Ferguson will spend half of the sentence in custody, and the remainder on the licence.
“Despite your denials that you were sexually aroused, I agree there was sexual motivation,” he said.
“It’s inevitable in my view that such offenses have to be met by an immediate termination of prison.”

Colwyn Bay Complaints From Public As Cyclists Flout Dismount Rule!

Due to the current Sea Defence work on part of the promenade bikers have been told to dismount and walk with their bikes for the safety of walkers. It appears that most cyclists are ignoring this and walkers are concerned for their safety. Some Cyclists are angry that this has been raised and feel that they have lost their cycle route. This article appeared on a Facebook page. The issue here is straight forward really if the sign says dismount, you dismount if you hit someone or hurt them after ignoring the advice then you will be the one prosecuted and will have no defense or excuse for not dismounting as the sign are clear.

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Colwyn Bay ...Man who bit partner asked police to take her away for fears of what else he would do!

A man who bit his partner after an argument called the police and asked them to take her away over fears he would hit her.
Ian Duncan avoided a jail term at Caernarfon Crown Court today after sinking his teeth into his partner's finger at his home on February 22.
The 56-year-old of Plas Wylfa, Old Colwyn, had been drinking heavily with Emma Swallow, 36, at his house where they both live when they began arguing.
Prosecutor Ryan Rothwell told the court the victim initially told police the argument began after Duncan was shouting at her because he “perceived she was being too loud on the phone” and the noise would lose him the tenancy for his home.
She added she “felt scared all the time” of the defendant and that he could be “unpredictable”.
The court heard she told officers their 17-month relationship had been “toxic” and their relationship was over.
But Mr. Rothwell said Ms. Swallow later changed her statement, agreeing she had been making a lot of noise on the night, and the defendant had “tried to calm her down.”
She claimed the argument escalated, and as a result, she hit Duncan on the head with her knuckles.
The court heard that in defense, he grabbed her hand and bit her finger, which bled as a result.
Duncan then called the police, asking for officers to remove Ms. Swallow from his house because he “was worried he was going to hit her.”
He was arrested and admitted the offense.
Ms. Swallow later told officers despite the incident, she hoped to continue the relationship with Duncan in the future.
Judge Huw Rees gave Duncan full credit for his admission and ordered him to carry out a 24-month community order with two requirements.
They included a 25-day rehabilitation activity requirement for building better relationships, as well as a 35-day program requirement to address character.
Judge Rees, said: “To continue a relationship is a matter of choice for both of you.”
Defense barrister Simon Killeen indicated his client’s best mitigation was his early guilty plea, that the injury was not severe and that Duncan has no previous convictions.
He added Ms. Swallow had indicated she was also at fault in the circumstances leading up to the offense and that it had been a “single incident with some provocation”.
Mr. Killeen told Judge Rees he was dealing with a “full credit case” with a man who is of a good character.
He said: “Their wish to have a relationship is a matter between them,” adding it is “not a case where the court should interfere.”