LLANDUDNO's spectacular Christmas Parade will return to the town this December.

The parade, organised by Llandudno Town Council, will depart Llandudno Railway Station at 4pm on December 2 and make its way through the Streets of Llandudno, along Vaughan Street, Mostyn Street, past the Town Hall in Lloyd Street, down Madoc Street before returning to the Station.

The parade will be led by Father Christmas on his sleigh, followed by the mayor and mayoress and Miss Alice.

Attractions include the Cambrian Band, the Theatr Colwyn Mother Goose themed pantomime float, nativity float, Christmas themed stiltwalkers, juggling elves, as well as young people’s groups from Llandudno.

Entertainment will take place outside the Town Hall from 2.15pm and will feature Llandudno Town Band, Llandudno Youth Music Theatre, an Abba Tribute band and Chris Williams from the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza and the Magic Bar acting as compere.


Once the Parade has left Lloyd Street there will be a performance by the Batala Samba Band and a 25 minute show with performers dressed as characters from Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”.

Cllr Antony Bertola, Christmas Parade Chairman, said: "Last year’s Christmas Parade was brilliant, lots of activity with a variety of talented performers. It was great to see so many smiling faces from children and parents enjoying themselves.

"We are looking forward to an even better event this year and to seeing you all on the day."