FURTHER vandalism has occurred at a historical 15th century house.

Llys Euryn, located on the prominent limestone hill - Bryn Euryn - overlooking Rhos-on-Sea, has been targeted by offenders yet again. Red graffiti has appeared as well as the wording 'joint' and 'Twist'.

A Pioneer reader, who asked not to be named, said: "There is a lot of strong feeling about this.

North Wales Pioneer:

"Last year the interior wall was damaged and stones removed to build fires. Stones were removed from the outer walls to make seats.

"The back of the chimney wall had an incident with graffiti recently and now this new graffiti damage to the front."

North Wales Pioneer:

Cadw - the Welsh Government's historic environment service - said: "We have been in communication with Conwy County Borough Council about this matter and staff have started work to remove the graffiti. The matter has also been reported to the police.

"Heritage crime in Wales is thankfully a very rare occurrence, with only a small number of cases reported each year.

"When we are informed of damage to a historic asset we investigate immediately and, if necessary, work with the police so they can make a decision on whether to prosecute."