SORRY, CONWY HONEY FAIR 2020 IS CANCELLED.
Conwy Seed Fair, Thursday 26th March 2020. (Easter Monday is 13th April).
Our 30th year organizing the Seed Fair.
Conwy Honey Fair, Monday 14th September 2020 9am to 4pm the 31st Honey Fair organized by Conwy Beekeepers.
- Venue: Conwy High Street and Lancaster Square LL32 8DB, 9am to 4pm. Free entry.
- We expect the High Street and Lancaster Square to be filled with stalls.
- The High Street will be closed to non-emergency traffic from 9am to 4pm.
- Disabled access. Conwy High Street is paved with flagstones, and is accessible with care.
- The Fairs are very busy. Be wary in case of pickpockets.
- If you have any old photos of the Honey Fair we would love to see them.
- Bring plenty of cash. See our page Getting cash in Conwy
- The Honey Fair is Conwy’s oldest event and probably its most sociable. A “bee-rilliant event” according to stallholders The Snowdonia Society.
- The 2020 Honey Fair is on a Monday. Why not make a long weekend of it? See our list of Places to stay.
Getting to Conwy
- There is very limited public car parking in Conwy town. Mount Pleasant long-stay Car Park just outside the walls, off the Bangor Road, is cheaper than the town centre Vicarage Gardens car park.
- Many visitors park free in Llandudno Junction, and walk across the Cob to Conwy, a 20-minute walk.
- Bus. Arriva buses from Bangor, Llandudno and Llandudno Junction serve Conwy regularly.
- Bicycle. 5-minute ride across the Cob from Llandudno Junction. Cycle tracks from Deganwy / Llandudno West Shore and Penmaenmawr.
- Train. Conwy station is five minutes by train from Llandudno Junction station. Llandudno Junction has services to Bangor, Chester, Crewe and London.
Conwy’s many attractions include…
- Conwy Castle Edward 1st finest castle. Conwy Castle and the Town Walls are a World Heritage Site.
- Plas Mawr the best-preserved Elizabethan town house in Britain, reopens 1st April.
- Conwy Town Walls The best preserved town walls in Europe, free entry.
- Royal Cambrian Academy Art Gallery Crown Lane. Free entry.
- The Smallest House in Great Britain on the Quay.
- Aberconwy House free entry to National Trust members.
- Telford Suspension Bridge and toll-keeper’s cottage and garden. Free entry to National Trust members.
- The award-winning Albion Alehouse Highly recommended.
- Incredible Edible Conwy gardens, managed by volunteers. Pick your own vegetables, soft fruit and herbs, and help the pollinators.
- Conwy has a great variety of shops, mainly independent, and well-worth supporting.
- North Wales Police Station in Lancaster Square. Unmanned, telephone contact only.
- Conwy Castle Visitor Centre and Conwy Quay, and at the Tourist Information Centre (20p charge) in the red-roofed Muriau Building, opposite the town centre Vicarage Gardens Car Park.
Compiled by Peter McFadden
Secretary, Conwy Beekeepers Ltd, a Company Limited by Guarantee.
Organizers of the Conwy Fairs on behalf of Conwy Town Council.
Updated September 2019