Colwyn Bay


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Colwyn Bay

(kôl`wĭn), Welsh Bae Colwyn, town (1991 pop. 27,002), Conwy, N Wales. It is a popular seaside resort. Colwyn Bay has an amusement park, several theaters, a zoo, a botanic garden, and the Pwllychrochan Woods.

Colwyn Bay

a town and resort in N Wales, in Conwy county borough. Pop.: 30 269 (2001)
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Bay's Newby admitted the adventurous line-up had failed, but blamed a lack of desire by some of his players for a defeat that has again heaped the pressure on him as Colwyn Bay slip back into the bottom six.
But Colwyn Bay were too strong for the Cardiff youngsters as the north Wales outfit ensured they were champions with a 4-1 victory.
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Two minutes from time, Danny Lloyd was give a straight red for a rash two-footed tackle but Colwyn Bay held out for an excellent point.
As part of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board's consultation three public meetings were held at Eirias Park yesterday over the proposed closure of Colwyn Bay Hospital's minor injuries unit (MIU).