MATCH HIGHLIGHTS | Llandudno 2-3 Colwyn Bay FC | JD Cymru North | Manager Post Match Interview.
Uchafbwyntiau | Highlights Pen-y-bont 6-1 Porthmadog 3edd rownd Cwpan Cymru JD.
Uchafbwyntiau | Highlights Y Rhyl 0-3 Bae Colwyn JD Cymru North.
Uchafbwyntiau | Highlights Porthmadog 1-2 Prestatyn Cynghrair Gogledd Cymru #JDCymruNorth.
Colwyn Bay Football Club is a football club based in Old Colwyn in north Wales. Despite being a Welsh club, they currently play in the English leagues and are members of the Northern Premier League Division One West.
Porthmadog Football Club is a football team, playing in the Cymru Alliance. The club was founded in 1884 and plays at Y Traeth, Porthmadog, which accommodates 2,000 spectators (500 seated).
Colwyn Bay is a town, community and seaside resort in Conwy County Borough on the north coast of Wales overlooking the Irish Sea. Eight neighbouring communities are incorporated within its postal district.
Colwyn Bay railway station is on the Crewe to Holyhead North Wales Coast Line.
Colwyn Bay Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team from the town of Colwyn Bay, North Wales. Colwyn Bay RFC is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for RGC 1404.
The Colwyn Bay Deanery is a Roman Catholic deanery in the Diocese of Wrexham that covers several churches in Conwy.The dean is centred at Our Lady Star Of The Sea Church in Llandudno.
Conwy & Denbighshire NHS Trust was an NHS Trust in Wales. The headquarters of the Trust were in Glan Clwyd Hospital, in Bodelwyddan, near Rhyl, Denbighshire.
The Welsh Mountain Zoo, is a zoological garden located near the town of Colwyn Bay in Conwy County, Wales. The zoo was opened on 18 May 1963 by the wildlife enthusiast and naturalist Robert Jackson.
Penrhyn Avenue is a cricket ground in Colwyn Bay, Wales. The ground was first used by the Glamorgan 1st XI in 1966, although County Championship matches have only been an annual fixture since 1990 .
Porthmadog , known locally as "Port", is a small coastal town and community in the Eifionydd area of Gwynedd, in Wales. It has been so spelt officially since 1974.
The Porthmadog cross town link is a section of the 1 ft 11 1⁄2 in narrow gauge Welsh Highland Railway, specifically built to link with the Ffestiniog Railway in Porthmadog, and runs along partly what was called the Junction Railway, previously existing as part of the original Welsh Highland Railway. This had been removed some time after that railway closed in 1936.
Porthmadog Harbour railway station in Porthmadog, North Wales, is the passenger terminus of two narrow gauge railways: the Ffestiniog Railway, which was built in 1836 to carry dressed slate from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Porthmadog for export by sea; and the Welsh Highland Railway, incorporated in 1923, which ran to Dinas, after the rebuilding 1997-2011 the other terminus is at Caernarfon, in sight of the Castle.
Porthmadog railway station serves the town of Porthmadog on the Llŷn Peninsula in Gwynedd, Wales. The station is on the Cambrian Coast Railway with passenger services to Pwllheli, Harlech, Barmouth, Machynlleth, Shrewsbury and Birmingham.