Queens Gardens (Conwy)

Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, LL29 7LD

Protection Type Centenary Fields

0.6000000000
Hectares

November 2016 Protected since

Queens Gardens, formerly Rydal Gardens, are laid to lawn and planted beds, surrounded by footpaths intersected by bench seating areas.

In the gardens is a bronze me...

Queens Gardens, formerly Rydal Gardens, are laid to lawn and planted beds, surrounded by footpaths intersected by bench seating areas.

In the gardens is a bronze memorial statue, created by John Cassidy, of a World War I solider standing at ease. The statue was unveiled by Lord Colwyn in front of the original town hall on 11th November 1922 and moved to Queens Gardens on the building’s demolition in 1964. It stands together with a panel depicting returning servicemen and nurses whilst plaques commemorate the 174 from the area who fell during World War, 38 from World War II and one from the Korean War.

FACILITIES at: Queens Gardens (Conwy)

  • Open Space
  • Memorial

For enquiries about this site, any issues, pitch bookings or maintenance please contact the managing organisation:

Managing organisation Conwy County Borough Council

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