by the leading businesses of Llandudno
Main Sponsor in
Regency Royal Hotel.
Llandudno welcomed many famous attractions in
On the Saturday
and Sunday the Wormhout
giants, their town band and the Mayor of Wormhout with his
consort visited from Llandudno's twin
town in France. Right - The Wormhout King
of Giants - in the 2009 Saturday Mid-Day Parade.
The "Welsh Mountaineer" special
train from Worcester to Blaenau Ffestiniog called
at Llandudno on the Saturday Morning.
The fairground attractions
this year included for the first time at Llandudno the 1886 steam
gallopers beautifully restored by Howard
Brothers of Derbyshire.
Each year the organisers progress their mission gradually
this now famous annual event to its charm of yesteryear.
The photographs below recall the Extravaganzas of recent years.
Links at the end to previous years 2002 to 2008.
Victorian gentry join the Grand Parade each day and take part in
the fancy dress competition.
Many of Britain's Best Town Criers have joined the Victorian
ladies and gentlemen in procession..
One of several great bands taking part
Oh! La La!
The daily parade of
(including many steam tractors and wagons),
brass bands, and carnival
troops, and also visitors and citizens in Victorian or Edwardian
The parade travels through the town streets and via the
promenade where it disperses.
"Royal" and "Imperial" patronage for the RNLI Gift Stall on
The Llandudno Victorian
associated with a display of many types of
veteran and vintage vehicles
in the Festival of
at the showground site at Bodafon Farm Park near the
A bus service of vintage buses and coaches
between the Showground and Central Llandudno.
Buses like this Wallasey Corporation double decker often take part in
The 1925 Morris Commercial Town Bus visiting from Co. Durham.
Llandudno Queen of the North Wales Resorts
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