Toby Tunstall
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We want people to return to Conwy, says trade boss

Senior figures in the tourism industry have said north Wales needs to improve the basics it offers visitors if it wants them to return.

They have claimed dirty streets, poor amenities and local authority spending cuts could affect business.

Hoteliers and industry representatives insisted facilities should not suffer even if "money is tight".

But local councils in the region said they are doing their best with limited budgets.

Toby Tunstall, chairman of Conwy Chamber of Trade, said the popular quayside area of the town is suffering from dirty litter bins and weeds.

  • 16 Aug 2016
  • From the section Wales