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Llandudno’s Mayor to cut the ribbon at Llandudno shop opening

Cancer Research Wales' Llandudno shop to open on Saturday 13 April

Llandudno's mayor, Councillor Greg Robbins, is to be the guest of honour at the opening of the town’s new Cancer Research Wales shop later this month.

Councillor Robbins is to cut the ribbon at the store at Knightsbridge House on 11 Gloddaeth Street on Saturday 13 April.

The opening is taking place at 10.00am and the Llandudno store is to be the first Cancer Research Wales shop in North Wales. 

It will be decked out in Cancer Research Wales’s distinctive coloured stripe branding logo which is inspired by the DNA sequencing gels used by scientists.

The store will sell top-quality goods including women’s, children’s and men’s clothing; a range of household items and bric-a-brac.

It will also provide job and volunteering opportunities for local people.

Welcoming Cancer Research Wales to Llandudno, Councillor Greg Robbins, the Mayor of Llandudno said:

“Having had close family succumb to Cancer I am happy to fully support this new Cancer Research Wales shop in Llandudno as the work that is carried out is of great importance. It is also wonderful to see this iconic shop re-opened to the public.”

Lorraine Boyd, Head of Retail at Cancer Research Wales said: “We’re very excited to be coming to Llandudno – ‘The Queen of Welsh resorts’ and look forward to our colourful stripe-branded shop becoming a familiar and loved landmark in the town."

"Cancer Research Wales is a Wales-wide charity and the opening our new shop in Llandudno is a real landmark for us and the first step in us opening our new chain of shops in North Wales."

“Please come and support us when we open on 13 April and help us to fund our life-changing research work by donating your pre-loved goods, shopping with us and volunteering your time.”