Bog Island

The full name for this small green area at the bottom of Mostyn Street is North Western Gardens, but it is known locally as ‘Bog Island’ due to the underground toilets that are situated here. The area was originally the private gardens of the North Western Hotel, hence the name. The newly installed statue of the White Rabbit can be seen to the left of the tree.

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White Rabbit

The White Rabbit – one of a set of ‘Alice In Wonderland’ themed Sculptures carved by Simon Hedger that have recently appeared around Llandudno as part of the new ‘Alice Trail’. Edited in Lightroom. The White Rabbit can be seen at North Western Gardens; you can also see Alice herself outside the Neville Hotel, The Queen of Hearts on Gloddaeth Street by Tiffanys and the Mad Hatter on the Promenade by the Queens Hotel. There is also a ‘Reading Chair’ up in Happy Valley and a Pocket watch themed Floral Clock on the Promenade by the Cenotaph.

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Gentle Decline

Whilst rows about its ownership and future continue, Colwyn Bay’s Victoria Pier gently declines a little more every day. It’s getting harder now to remember a time when it was open to the public, although it was only a couple of years ago.

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