LABOUR leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn will visit Llandudno on Monday to speak to party members.
Mr Corbyn, MP for Islington-North, will visit St George's Hotel to talk about his policies and to listen Labour party members' views.
He is one of four contenders for the leadership including Yvette Cooper, Andy Burnham and Liz Kendall - who made a visit to North Wales two weeks ago.
Mr Corbyn, who is calling for an increase in taxes on the wealthy and for protection of public services, has gained popularity in recent weeks with his anti-austerity views and his new economic plan for the North.
On Monday, August 10, Mr Corbyn will be at the St George’s Hotel, The Promenade, Llandudno, LL302LG from 5.30pm to 7pm and the meeting is open for the public to attend.
He also aims to be at Llandudno Pier for 2.30pm for a walk and to meet with the public.