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MyCiTi services

MyCiTi services launch on Saturday, 15 February, linking central Cape Town with Hout Bay via Main Road in Sea Point. Commuters must get their myconnect cards to use these new services.Both routes run from Civic Centre station in the city centre along Main Road through Green Point and Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay and on to Llandudno and Hout...

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Tennis Court

 July 2013

Floodlights installed on Lower Tennis Court


Exciting news for tennis players.

Rules and Guidelines are in place to ensure consideration of residents and control light pollution.

llandudnoLlandudno is named after Llandudno in Wales, which is named after the Welsh word for "Parish of St Tudno" - from the word "llan" meaning parish.

Tudno was the first person to bring Christianity to that part of Wales so he was made a saint and had a town named after him.

Llandudno Primary SchoolIn January 1954 Llandudno Primary School, with its nine pupils, started as a farm school in the servant’s quarters of the Jerrans’ house at the end of Bosman Avenue. Each child had to bring its own table and chair to school. Ginger Townlie –Johnson designed the school badge.

Oxo-boards on which to write were donated. A roll of green gingham material was bought to make dresses for the girls and shirts for the boys.

In 1957 a group of Llandudno residents from various established denominations got together and form a United Church.

Through the years it has undergone many changes, but it is still a united church in essence and spirit and all are welcome. At present it is constituted as a United Congregational Church and each week different speakers are invited.  The building is small but Llandudno Church has a big heart and visitors can be sure of a warm welcome.

The church, can be found in Robinson Avenue, Llandudno,meets Sundays at 9 and exudes a friendly, informal and Christian vibe. Why not pop in and see for yourself? Easter services for Good Friday and Easter Sunday are also at 9am. Tel: 021 683 9665,

llandudno Surf Life-saving ClubEstablished in 1972, the Llandudno Surf Lifesaving Club performs a voluntary and essential service to the community, and has carried out many rescues and countless help-outs.

During the 2 month Blue Flag Beach summer months (December & January) the beach is patrolled daily. For the rest of the year during the week and in winter when there are no lifeguards and bathers are at risk.