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Happy Valley


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Llandudno
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  • Happy Valley is the oldest of Conwy's parks. It was first created in the late 19th Century and was listed as a historic garden of excellence during the 1930's due to its notable Alpine plant collection.
  • Location - Great Orme Llandudno
  • Facilities - Public conveniences, play area, café, adequate seating, miniature golf course, camera obscurer, terraced gardens and woodland walks.

In 1997 the park was awarded a Heritage Lottery Grant. Renovations included extensive replanting, new and improved infrastructure and the creation of permanent gardener posts. The park is extensive and contains many different areas, including: terraced gardens, woodland walks, formal lawns and a quarried cave known locally as Elephants Cave. In 2009 Happy Valley was awarded a Green Flag. This confirms our belief that Happy Valley is a park worthy of a status of national excellence.

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