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Council Services

Conwy County Borough Council (know as the Local Authority) has a legal responsibility to provide services such as education, environmental health, social services, highways and planning for the whole county. For further information on the services provided by Conwy County...

Grants Available and Local Trusts

Grants Available: The Town Council makes a number of grants each year to locally-based voluntary bodies. These range from small grants of £100 – £500 for revenue expenditure, small events etc., to large grants of several thousand pounds for...

Visitor Attractions and Places of Interest

The Bay of Colwyn is full of great visitor attractions and places of interest...

Local History & Heritage Trails

Colwyn Bay is not an “historical” town in the accepted sense of the word. We only need to go back to 1865 to find fields and woods sweeping down to the water’s edge. A few modest manors, farms, watermills,...

Welcome

The Bay of Colwyn Town Council represents a small area of the county, covering Rhos-on-Sea, Colwyn Bay, Upper Colwyn Bay and Old Colwyn. It has legal powers to deliver some services to the local community, but fewer duties than the County Council.

Conwy County Borough Council has a legal responsibility to provide services such as education, environmental health, social services, highways and planning for the whole county. For further information please visit https://www.conwy.gov.uk/

Any information the public supply to the Council will be used by the Council for administrative purposes within the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998.  The Council will not supply it to third parties.  If you do not wish your personal details to be held by the Council, please inform the Council immediately.