Llandudno Rotary activities
Doing good and having fun!
Llandudno Rotary's meetings and activities are wide and varied. Whether it is welcoming a speaker, supporting local events, or undertaking fund-raising activities, there is always a great mix of fellowship and fun.
The pages linked alongside show some of the recent activities the Club has undertaken.
Rotarians and their friends and guests were enthralled by the story that lies behind TV Conwy, as told by directors (voluntary and unpaid) Debbie Braden and Anna-Marie Munro in their “dynamic duo” presentation.details
Llandudno Rotary – making a difference
Tuesday 4th July saw President Mike Clutton hand over the reins to incoming President John New.details
Rotary Bowls Evening – how green were we?
Every year the Rotary Club of Llandudno hosts a competition at Craig y Don Bowling Club as to which of the area’s Rotary Clubs will carry off the coveted Llandudno Bowls Challenge Shield.details
Gwydir Castle and Gardens
Members and friends of Rotary Club of Llandudno visited the spectacular Gwydir Castle and Gardens, a mile from Llanrwst.details
Stepping out – the new Rotary year
Llandudno Rotary Club was honoured to receive newly-appointed District Governor Beryl Cotton to the Clubdetails
Our very own beautiful back garden
Rob Naybour explained the history of Bodnant Gardens to members of Llandudno Rotarydetails
Raining Cats and Dogs but saved by the bell!
Rotarian David Thomas delved into the fascinating background of familar sayingsdetails
A right royal bistro life
Rotary's meeting on 28 February 2017 heard from member Rosalind Hopewell about running a bistro in Windsordetails
Wales' Strategy for Older People
Llandudno Rotary provides feedback for the EngAGE Project's consultation on Wales' Strategy for Older Peopledetails