A group of supporters are planning to turn part of the site into a visitor centre - and tomorrow the public are allowed to take a look.
Several times a week Hannah travels hundreds of miles to undergo dialysis. All her relatives have been ruled out as possible kidney donors.
Businesses in Chirk and Conwy have been testing out some new twists on old favourites to mark St David's Day tomorrow.
The family of a little girl who needs a kidney transplant say all relatives have been ruled out as suitable donors.
Hannah Phillips, 6, was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome aged two, which led to both her kidneys being removed.
She travels from her home in Conwy to Liverpool to undergo dialysis four times a week.
Hannah told ITV News reporter Rob Shelley that she hopes to be able to eat food like chocolate and bananas once she's had a transplant.
"I'm just so looking forward to it!" she says.
Tonight we'll bring you the story of six-year-old Hannah Phillips.
Hannah had to have both of her kidneys removed aged just two.
She travels hundreds of miles each week for dialysis - and she and her family are appealing for anyone who might be a kidney match to help.
Nearly 50 jobs have been created at Robertson in north Wales, an oil and gas company that provides services to industries across the world.
The company will receive a £1 million package of support from the Welsh Government to anchor the business in Llandudno, safeguarding 242 jobs and creating the 48 new posts.
– Cllr Ronnie Hughes, Conwy County Borough Council
Robertson is a valued and key employer in the area and we're delighted they've secured the support of Welsh Government to help them stay in Conwy county borough and expand their business.
This is an exciting key employment project for North Wales and the Council will continue to work with Robertson and the Welsh Government to help deliver it.
Carol Jones forgot about her EuroMillions ticket, which was buried at the bottom of her handbag. She only realised she'd won after finding it five weeks later - as Mike Griffiths reports.
A mum from Conwy is celebrating after scooping £1 million in the National Lottery EuroMillions draw – but she only discovered she had won when she found her ticket in her handbag five weeks after the winning numbers were revealed.
Carol Jones, 56, said she had forgotten about her ticket which was at the bottom of her handbag and only realised it was there when she went shopping.
She said: “I just thought I had better check this ticket – I never believed it would be a winner. I thought I would be throwing it in the bin. I actually checked the ticket on my way into work and I don’t think the news really sank in at first – in fact I still don’t think it has!"
She's now planning to retire from her job as a shoe shop assistant.
People from across the county of Conwy are gathering in Llanrwst tonight for the premiere of a film celebrating their favourite local places... with a difference!
One hundred people were invited to dance to their favourite songs in their favourite locations as part of the film 'Boombox Eryri', inspired by New York-based performer and art director Ely Kim's Boombox.
The resulting short film is a celebration of dancing in rural Conwy and its communities.
As the busiest time of year for taxi drivers starts, cabs in Conwy are fitting their vehicles with CCTV cameras as part of a pilot scheme to deter crime.
It is the first county in North Wales to try it.
The scheme is being backed by North Wales Police and Conwy Council - but the move comes as some councils in England have been told to take cameras away from cabs because it breaches people's privacy rights.
Taxi drivers in Conwy are installing CCTV cameras in their vehicles as part of a pilot scheme to reduce crime.
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