NATIONAL Trust Cymru has developed a new operating model for Aberconwy House in Conwy and plan to open a second-hand bookshop on the ground floor later this year.

The conservation charity will also create a flexible space upstairs to share the site’s historical significance, as well as a community space.

Ceri Williams, general manager of Conwy Properties, said: “National Trust Cymru is privileged to care for Aberconwy House, and we remain committed to ensuring this special place is protected for generations to come.

“Working with our community partners we hope to create a plan that offers a space for people to be inspired by the history of the building and Conwy town itself.


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“From hosting workshops, creating opportunities to learn more about the building and providing a quiet space away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

“We hope that Aberconwy House can be a relevant and flexible space for as many people as possible.”

National Trust Cymru is encouraging the community to come forward to share their views and ideas on how to best use and engage with this special place moving forward.

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