With more than 300,000 people set to converge on Llandudno for Armed Forces Day traffic management measures are being put into place.

A park and ride service will be set up for the weekend in order to help keep roads in and around Llandudno flowing smoothly.

The service will be operating from ten sites, including, Coleg Llandrillo in Rhos-on-Sea, Civic Offices in Colwyn Bay, and several fields on the outskirts of Llandudno.

This year's Armed Forces Day marks the tenth anniversary of the event and is set to be attended by the Princess Royal, Princes Anne, and include a display by the Red Arrows.

Celebrations are held as a thank you to the Royal Navy, Army, and Royal Air Force personal past and present and activities between June 24 and July 1.

Armed Forces Day, the main event, will be held on Saturday June 30 which will feature a military parade, air display and showcase of military assets.

In addition to the park and ride and to cope with the crowds, public transport operators have also boosted their usual provision.

Whilst parking at the park and ride sites will be free, buses will charge £1 per person each way and will run between 7am and 9.30pm (Under 5s free).

All car parks will be stewarded. Visitors are encouraged to follow directional signage to their nearest car park as the traffic signage will be updated as car parks fill.

For more information visit: www.bit.ly/AFDLlan.