THE Coastguard in Llandudno said it has had a busy Easter weekend after a boat caught fire and a person fell from the sea wall.

Llandudno Coastguard reported four incidents in four days since Thursday, April 2 as sunny weather and Wales-wide restrictions resulted in a busy Easter weekend.

An incident on Thursday involved a broken down boat on Llandudno Pier and on Friday, April 2, a vessel had grounded at the mouth of the River Conwy.

A serious incident on Saturday, April 3 involved a vessel that caught fire near Conwy Quay.

Llandudno Coastguard said in a Facebook post: "It's been a busy start to April for us. As well as providing safety patrols, we have dealt with a number of incidents. Broken down vessel off Llandudno Pier. Vessel aground at the mouth of the river Conwy. Reports of a vessel fire in the river Conwy.

"The vessel had four people on board who were safely rescued by passing vessels. The vessel continued to drift down the river where it came to rest on a pontoon where colleauges from North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and the Harbourmaster were able to work together to fight the fire.

The fourth incident, on Sunday, April 4, involved a person who had fallen from the sea wall at Porth Eirias.

"We assisted the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust with casualty care and carrying the casualty to the waiting ambulance," Llandudno Coastguard said.

"Patrols are continuing over the coming days, so if you spot anyone in danger at sea or along the coast, dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard."