Pensioners have been warned they’ve performed the last waltz at their seaside dancing venue – in a row about a slippery floor.
Safety fears have resulted in the 40 ballroom dancers aged between 60 and 85 being told “strictly no dancing” and banned from the Trinity Centre for the elderly at Llandudno.
Today the centre’s management committee, which includes a number of local councillors, were branded “killjoys” by a dance organiser.
But the committee said the dancers were putting accelerants on the floor which helped them glide around and this made it dangerous for other users.
The dancers deny doing this.
While there had been no accidents, the committee chairwoman said the floor had to be re-polished afterwards.
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There are cancellations on rail services between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog due to heavy rain flooding the line.
Disruption to passengers is expected to last until at least midday, with a replacement bus service in operation.
For updates on any further disruption, visit the Arriva Trains Wales website here.
A schoolboy from Llandudno won't spend Christmas with his friends this year because he's heading to Greece to help out in refugee camps.
Jack Harley-Walsh is spending his holiday bringing supplies to families on the Greece-Macedonia border.
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An 80-year-old man has sustained "serious life threatening injuries" after a collision in Llandudno last night.
Emergency services were called to Nevill Crescent shortly after 10pm after reports that an elderly man had been in a collision with a vehicle.
The elderly man was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor but has since been transferred to a hospital in Stoke-on-Trent.
Police are appealing to anybody who may have been in the area at the time to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 101 and quote S188180.
An exhibition's being launched to celebrate the role of a north Wales resort in hosting thousands of American service personnel in the Second World War.
The Mostyn building - now an art gallery - provided food and recreation for American troops living in Llandudno, a complete contrast to the building's use as a drill hall in the First World War.
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North Wales Police says there are increasing concerns for a 45 year-old missing man.
Stephen Joseph Bellew has not been seen since October 31st and was reported missing after he failed to attend a family event.
He was last seen in the Llandudno area but he may have visited Bangor during early November.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting reference 14455.
A man has been jailed for 28 months for taking a kitchen knife and trying to rob a rural post office as he and his family faced financial difficulties.
Nigel Edwards armed himself with a six-inch knife and tried to rob the store in Talybont near Conwy, but when the postmaster grabbed him by the wrist Edwards muttered "I'm sorry".
Edwards, of Gwel yr Afon, Llandudno Junction was jailed for 28 months after pleading guilty to attempted robbery and having a knife.
The judge at Caernarfon Crown Court said there must have been "something akin to a breakdown to have behaved in this seriously criminal way after an existence of 48 years of blameless living."
Edwards had told police : "It was me, I'm sorry. Tell my missus I'm sorry, we're in so much mess, that's why I've done that."