MIDWIVES based at Roslin Resource Centre in Llandudno are moving back into hospital.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) confirmed this week that community midwifery services will fully move from the centre, on Nant y Gamar Road, to Llandudno Hospital within the next two weeks.

It is understood some midwives will also be returning to GP surgeries. 

Karen Roberts, BCUHB’s head of midwifery and gynaecology nursing, said: “Women will be aware provision moved from hospitals and GP surgeries as part of Board-wide infection prevention measures during Covid, to safeguard those using our community midwifery services.


“We have been in the process of reversing this since 2022 and women using the service have been informed of changes at every point along the way.

“We will of course continue to keep our staff and service users fully informed of any potential future changes, as and when they arise."

It is unsure what will happen to the Roslin site or what the building will be used for in the future. 

Ms Roberts said: “I have not been made aware of any plans to dispose of the Roslin site.”

Prior to the pandemic, the centre supported patients with mental health needs. 

This service relocated to Nant y Glyn Community Mental Health Team, Colwyn Bay, in mid 2019.