How much does it cost?

There is absolutely no entrance fee to the event. We are often confused with the Llandudno Transport Festival which happens the same weekend on Bodafon fields in Llandudno. This is a separate event and does have an entrance fee.

We do however fund this event ourselves. It costs approx £80,000 to put on. If you see a bucket over the weekend and have some spare change please do give to help this event happen each year.

Do I need to bring money?

The event is free to attend, the entertainment is free, the exhibits are free to see and the daily parade is also free to watch. There are a number of fun fair attractions and stalls at the event that are chargeable. If you wish to participate you will be required to pay. Prices start from £2. There are a number of cash machines & Banks in Llandudno.

Is there parking?

The event is on the main streets of Llandudno which is closed to vehicle access. Llandudno has many car parks which you will find indicated on the map. All carry a charge and these charges can be found on the Conwy Couty Borough Council website. There's also parking along the promenade for a charge.

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Can I enter the competitions?

There are a number of competitions over the weekend, some of which open to visitors. Entry is free to all competitions and there's wonderful prizes to be won! We also welcome anyone wanting to walk in the daily parade, make yourself known to anyone in high viz at the start of the parade route.


Is there an age limit?

The event is suitable for all. You don't need to be young or old to enjoy the event. There's no need to be a Victorian enthusiast either. Vintage exhibits, funfair and entertainment mixed with modern funfair and entertainment. This is a family event which has something for everyone. 

Are there places to stay?

Yes! Llandudno has an abundance of hotels, guest houses and B&Bs. If you are struggling to find somewhere to stay contact the tourist information office or ourselves for recommendations. 

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The parade runs daily. For information on times and this years route click the link below.

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When's best to come?

The event is over the first May Bank holiday every year. Each day has a similar  programme. We recommend you come early so you don't miss the daily parade. Collect a programme from a shop in the town so you don't miss any of the fantastic entertainment. 

Can we be involved?

Yes! Whether you want to volunteer, join the committee, have a stall, advertise or sponsor the event, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Can I receive event updates?

Our social media pages have all the updates for the event on the lead up and over the weekend. Make sure you head over and follow us to keep up to date.

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Lost Property

Any lost property over the weekend is usually given into the police but if found by a member of staff or handed into a member of staff the items will be stored in Event Control. Event Control is indicated on the map.


First Aid

First Aid is on hand each day. Their locations should you need to go to them are on the map. Should you need them to come to you please approach any event staff in high viz who will radio the team with your location.


Coach driver?

Are you a coach driver coming to the event? Click on the link below for information on location and prices of parking.

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Is it safe?

Our team of volunteers are experts in their field of work. Each of the stalls and attractions have been vetted and all relevant paperwork supplied. Our Health & Safety team check all structures prior to opening each day. They are also working throughout the weekend to ensure the event is safe for everyone. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our team.

Are dogs aloud?

Yes of course. Please be mindful around the traction engines as they can whistle loudly. It is a very busy event with lots of hustle and bustle. Llandudno does have at least one cafe that is dog friendly if you fancy getting off the streets and enjoying a cuppa.

What time is the event on?

The event runs 10am till 5pm each day of the first May Bank holiday weekend, 4-6th May 2019.

When and where can I get a programme?

The programmes are distributed around the businesses of Llandudno just before Easter. The programme is free and contains the event information, entertainment timetable and map. They are also on all the stalls over the weekend and volunteers in high viz can also get you a copy if you ask.

Any further questions?

If you have any further questions you would like to ask please contact us using the tab below.

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