Welcome to The Eye

The one-stop community website for Penmaenmawr, covering the whole community from Penmaenan to Capulelo. Created by Penmaenmawr Town Council, it serves the interests of our local community and also visitors and tourists to our lovely town. Packed with useful key community information, we want The Eye to become the go-to resource for anyone wanting to find out what's going on in and around Penmaenmawr.

Explore listings of local community events and activities at our Community Library & Community Centre. Take a look at the local community groups, venue hire & useful information where you can find handy telephone numbers and much more.

On-line services available through and at your local Community Library

Members of the Conwy County Borough Library Service can use online resources from home and can also access other resources using community library resources.

“Home” based resources include the ordering and renewal of books on loan, the online access to e-books and audio books, comics, graphic novels and digital magazines ( e-zines). In addition you can take your Driving Test Theory exam, have access to Encyclopaedia Britannica and order books from other subscribing libraries. Access is also available to services such as Conwy Family Information Service and DewisCymru.

Using the Public Access computers at the Community Library you can access services such as Ancestry, Find my Past, The British Newspaper Archive and National Library of Wales.

For more information contact Penmaenmawr Community Library on 01492 623619 or 01492 577548.

A WiFi service is also available at Penmaenmawr Community Library

Community skips will be on the first and third Saturday of each month for a six-month trial basis.
The skip in the car park by the station will remain on the first Saturday of each month. The second skip will be on Maes Alltwen Green on the third Saturday.
We want to encourage the community to dispose of waste responsibly.
These skips are for those larger household items that you dispose of on an occasional basis.
Please respect the rules of the skips and DO NOT leave waste if skips are full or before they arrive. Staff will be on hand to assist.

The skip will arrive between 8.30 and 9pm and be removed at 11 or when the skip is full, whichever sooner.

Station Car park
First Saturday of each month


Saturday January 6
Saturday February 3
Saturday March 3
Saturday April 7
Saturday May 5
Saturday June 2

Maes Alltwen Green
Third Saturday of each month


Saturday January 20
Saturday February 17
Saturday March 17
Saturday April 21
Saturday May 19
Saturday June 16

Local flood warnings may be triggered by heavy sustained rainfall or high river levels.

Warnings will be communicated by Natural Resources Wales on local radio, TV and online at cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk

Local Flood Information Plan

The flood Store is located in the Old Weighbridge Clerks Office across the road to the station

The Key is in the nearest house/office on Paradise Road to the store at

Banwell Accountancy,
4 Paradise Road LL34 6AR
Phone: 01492 622955

Nat West Mobile Bank
Where: Fernbrook Road car park
When: Every Tuesday
Time: 9.30am -10.30am

The Town Council has the facility to make available limited amounts of money to local organisations and clubs (but not individuals) to facilitate community activities.
The Council will welcome applications at any time, but it is important to make the case for financial support clearly. You will need to include up to date accounts and a copy of your most recent bank statement. Monies’ are given twice a year in March and September. You should state the detailed requirement and outcome for the community – if you have raised money separately from your own resources please mention this and also include the result if you do not receive assistance from the Town Council.

For more information and application forms, please visit the Penmaenmawr Town Council website

We need your help! Do you have a spare room? Can you offer support?

Supported Lodgings
Conwy supported lodgings have been commissioned by Conwy council to provide support for young people aged 16-21 from the county of Conwy, who through no fault of their own find themselves homeless and in need of support and accommodation.

If you have a spare room and can provide a room for a homeless young person. Plus, have an interest in teaching the young person to cook, clean, budget and provide emotional support to prepare them for independence; then we would really like to hear from you!

Nightstop
The scheme accredited by Depaul uk, covers the region of Conwy and commenced in Nov 2016.

Nightstop provides a safety net to vulnerable young people aged 16-21

at a difficult time in their lives, usually after a family breakdown and are forced to leave home.

Last year, the network of Nightstops in the UK helped over 5000 vulnerable young people and kept them from sleeping rough or staying in unsuitable accommodation, which put them at possible risk of abuse.

The use of spare rooms makes a huge positive difference to young people in crisis. The Nightstop scheme sees volunteer hosts provide a room, evening meal and a sympathetic ear to a young homeless person for one night or up to 3 weeks. Once engaged, Nightstop staff can then work with the young person and in partnership with other local agencies helping them address the issues that caused them to become homeless.

All householders are provided with a financial incentive to cover all costs of the young person and receive full training and ongoing support.

For further details or an informal chat about our service please call: 01492 576986 or 01352 700838

We’re delighted to announce that Penmaenmawr Town Council is working in partnership with Your Hwb Community Interest Company to create and deliver Your Hwb Penmaenmawr. This is an annual community handbook packed full of essential community information alongside details of local businesses, clubs, societies and events, creating a really useful, one-stop source of information. This year’s edition will be published in October and delivered free of charge to over 2,000 households across Penmaenmawr.

Your Hwb is a social enterprise with a clear community and social objective. It aims to enable local people to shop locally, trade locally and engage with local services, all of which help our community to thrive.
It gives a minimum of 25% of any profit made back to the community to use for local projects and offers a series of very affordable options to suit all sizes of enterprise from small adverts to full page promotions and sponsorship options plus a free listing on this website.
If you run a business, club or society in Penmaenmawr, Dwygyfylchi or Capelulo, then we encourage you to get involved. For more information you can contact Catherine on 07999 459075, email [email protected] or visit www.yourhwb.com.

Your Hwb 2017

Your Hwb, the useful local community handbook, has been delivered free of charge to every household in Penmaenmawr, Dwygyfylchi and Capulelo.

It has been produced by Your Hwb in partnership with Penmaenmawr Town Council.

Click on the image to view the digital copy or download a copy

For further information, please email [email protected] or call Catherine on 07999 459075

Pen in Bloom

Bringing colour to Penmaenmawr
all-year-round.

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Community Groups

Join in! From Rainbows to the U3A,
there's lots on offer...

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Dates & Events

Weekly meets, one-off events, dates for the diary.

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Find a local business

Shop local, keep it local
and support your community!

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Hire a venue

With five Community Buildings available,
there's a venue for every kind of event.

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Useful Information

Lots of handy telephone numbers
and information all in one place.

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