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Pedestrians, cyclists and a motor buggy user on the newly opened West Shore, Llandudno, cycleway

A recent serious illness obliges Michael Shenton to use a motor buggy when he comes for the first time to inspect the West Shore path he fought so hard for in the past as former chairman of Deganwy Residents' Association. He is thrilled to see it is already proving so popular.


Three cyclists pause on Conwy quay

Conwy Quayside - A pleasant stop on the Conwy Estuary cycle route


French cyclist pauses to chat on cycleway
Entente cordiale:  'A sharing of common humanity', was how Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London, described cycling when he unveiled plans for hosting the start of the Tour de France in 2007.

     With a 70% increase in cycle usage since the London bombings, the capital now has the highest growth rate of any European city. On the theme of entente cordiale, Delphine Lallias from France, stops to chat with our website manager, Maurice, on the new Conwy Estuary cycle route. Her comment - I really enjoyed biking along the coast, with the fantastic scenery on Conwy mountain, Anglesey and the Great Orme!! It was magic! (apology to Delphine - we can't contact your email address)



Family fun on West Shore cycle path: grandfather rides the bike of one of his two small grandchildren

'Cyclists - they've been my biggest problem in years of public life' - quote from a Conwy CBC councillor


Twin sisters take their four young children for a cycle ride on the Conwy Estuary cycle route

Never such devoted sisters! No apologies for a further photo illustrating the joy the Conwy Estuary cycle route is bringing into the lives of so many. Mid afternoon, early November 06, twin sisters taking their children on a six mile bike ride.