Welcome to the beautiful North Wales coast. The conference will be held in Llandudno, at the Venue Cymru conference and theatre complex.



Llandudno is situated on the North Wales shore and is Wales’ largest seaside resort. It attracts visitors from around the world, and is celebrated for its picture postcard Victorian architecture. Llandudno is a town that retains an air of quality, and features unique architecture, history and atmosphere. It has a spacious and wonderfully preserved promenade, impressive shopping parade, and an abundance of daytime activities and
evening entertainment. The town offers friendly restaurants and bars and unsurpassed facilities including major national retailers and unique independent shops. Venue Cymru is a five-minute walk from the town centre, which offers a safe and friendly environment for delegates. The venue is ideal for EG: with a mix of large and small rooms, and areas for registration, presentations, exhibition, tutorials, banquets, and refreshments. Nearby attractions include a wide selection of golf courses, the 700-year-old walled castle town and world heritage site of Conwy, the Great Orme’s country park with Victorian tram and ski slope, both the city of Bangor and rugged Snowdonia are just 20 minutes drive away.


Llandudno shoreLlandudno is set between two headlands: the Irish Sea on one side and the River Conwy on the other. These headlands provide two shores (the North Shore and West Shore) and provide the town with its unique appeal. The golden sandy beach at North Shore is a magnificent crescent shape, and excellent for sandcastles, paddling and picnics! The curved esplanade also boasts an impressive Victorian pier, stretching 376m out into the sea it is the longest pier in Wales, and is considered one of Britian’s finest surviving piers. Another outstanding feature is that the bay is flanked by Great Ormes Head and Little Orme, with Llandudno and its elegant promenade lying protected between the headlands. You have several choices to visit the Great Orme’s summit (207m). Drive up via the road, take the Great Orme Tramway (C.1902) or glide up on
the UK’s longest aerial cable car. Llandudno has a long heritage. Many ancient age relics have been found; with copper being mined from the Bronze Age. There is evidence that the Great Orme copper mine was used by the Romans, but much of the ore was exhausted in the Industrial Revolution.


The Venue

Venue Cymru (North Wales Conference Centre) is a fantastic venue for EG. The facility boasts more than 7,000 sqm of top quality exhibition and conference space as well as banqueting for up to 1,000 people. The venue organizes over 600 events a year. Delegates have breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding countryside from many of the rooms and public areas. The ambience provides a stimulating and relaxing environment, which is essential for effective conference and event communication; views to lift the spirits - whatever time of the day, whatever time of the year.

view of llangollen

Venue Cymru is easily accessible from the UK and beyond. Trains run directly from Llandudno Junction to London Euston in only three hours, and both Liverpool John Lennon and Manchester International Airport are only 75-minutes away. Holyhead, which takes only a short 45-minute journey, provides regular ferry links to Ireland. Venue Cymru offers on-site parking for over 200 vehicles, and there is plenty of additional car parking within the vicinity of the venue.