EXCITEMENT is building ahead of this year's Llandudno Transport Festival, with organisers announcing the entry list is already full.

Entering its 32nd year, the festival showcases an array of lorries, tractors, motorbikes and more, and is run concurrently with the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza.

This year's event will take place at Bodafon Fields on the May Bank Holiday weekend, from May 4-6.

The organisers said entries for this year had now hit capacity, and that those who applied would be put on a "long" waiting list.

They said that they had already sent out up to 60 letters informing applicants that they could not include them at this year's event.


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In a notice on social media, a festival spokesperson said: "Well it looks like it's going to be a busy one this year - roll on the sunshine.

"Unfortunately, for many we are now full and a bit more for exhibits for 2024.

"So if you are still sat on your form contemplating if you're coming or not it's now too late to apply.

"Any entries received will go on our waiting lists, but just to warn you the lists are quite long.

"We sadly actually sent a mix of 60 'can't fit you in' letters out on Tuesday with more to follow very soon.

"Though it's nice to be popular, it's not nice and we don't enjoy sending them out but we just can't fit you all in."

The notice added that applications would be kept for the 2025 forms, and any payments made would be refunded.