Event organisers have said a new look Victorian Extravaganza this year is set to be the best ever.

Last year's event saw a change in the running of the event with a greater focus on the Victorian element and larger fair ground rides moved into the Llandudno Town Hall car park to open up the high street for businesses to get involved more with the event.

This year's event looks set to continue the trend of change with event organiser, Chris Williams from HTC Events and Entertainment, hinting at more changes.

Mr Williams said: "The Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza committee decided to reduce the number of fair ground rides at the 2018 event.

"We also moved a few larger rides into the town hall car park to create more space to move freely throughout the town.

"These adjustments along with the addition of more old-time fairground rides and exhibits, were deemed to be a great success.

"As a committee we are now looking to build on this and make sure the 2019 event is even better and set up the same thoughtful way of following last year's blue print."

The 2019 Victorian Extravaganza - set to be held on May 4, 5 and 6 - will see an increase in live entertainment including bands and a circus and big top tent putting on a variety of shows.

Mr Williams said the Llandudno Town Band would be returning to the event after a three year hiatus.

The focus on the Victorian theme would continue into this year's event with some nice prizes on offer for the best dressed family.

The committee has release a letter listing a range of sponsorship packages which make it clear where the main costs and focus are set to lie for the May Bank Holiday weekend event.

The top four sponsorship packages which are more than £1000 are all for entertainment stages, with organisers attempting to provide as much free entertainment as possible.

With the event just a few months away Mr Williams said he and the committee are excited to be able to provide the biggest event on the Llandudno calendar.

He added: "We are set to stage one of the biggest extravaganza's in the 33rd year of the event.

"We have been working really hard and everyone is very excited about this year's event.

"There were a few issues with the noise levels in some areas last year, but we have been working hard to try and reduce that this year."