Welcome to Colwyn Bay! Enjoy your stay! Witness the wonderful town that once was.
The dream for the people of Colwyn Bay was the Restoration of the Pier. This was a beacon of hope for the town, but now with it's destruction looming, its demolition goes against the public's wishes. This town has nothing left to give, or fight for. It's just another example of another loss to a once Loved town who's glory years have long since faded.
CONWY stands recorded average crime rates when compared with its North Wales neighbours.
Offending is largely concentrated within urban centres such as Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.
The county’s highest rating was 2nd on the shoplifting chart where it stood behind Wrexham with a rate of 6.81 per 1,000 people at the year ending March 2012.
That had only shown a slight quarterly increase between March 2009, from 1.72, to 1.86 in March 2012.
Conwy was 4th in criminal damage, with a rate of 12.35 offences per 1,000 people and robbery which stood at just 0.15 per 1,000 people.
The county was also 4th for burglary at 7.09, with the quarterly figure for March rising from 1.25 in 2009 to 2.04 in 2012.
Drug crime rates were low at 2.69, with a quarterly drop from 0.97 to 0.59 over the three years, placing it third.
Conwy was also third for violent crime out of the six counties with 13.93 incidents per 1,000. This had shown a slight quarterly increase from March 2009 to March 2012, from 3.02 to 3.23.
Other theft stood at 9.2 for the year ending March 2012, placing it fourth; with vehicle crime, and public disorder and weapons, very low at 3.81 and 2.67 per 1,000 respectively leaving Conwy in 5th in these two areas.