Visitor Information

Friday 25th March 2022,  Conwy Seed Fair.  CONFIRMED.
9am to 4pm.

Tuesday 13th September 2022 Conwy Honey Fair 9am to 4pm.
Enjoy the day and stay safe!

Covid-19 precautions
You must comply with current Covid-19 regulations.
Do not attend if you feel unwell, or if you are showing any symptoms of Covid-19, or if you have recently tested positive.
Use hand sanitizer provided at the stalls.
Maintain social distancing
Use contactless payment where possible
Do not linger at stalls. “Pay and go”.
Masks are still compulsory in shops in Wales.

  • 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.
  • Plenty of local honey for sale at the Seed Fair.
  • The High Street will be closed to non-emergency traffic from 9am to 4.30pm.
  • 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 cash.  See our page Getting cash in Conwy
  • The 700-year old Honey Fair is Conwy’s oldest event and probably its most sociable.  A “bee-rilliant event” according to stallholders The Snowdonia Society.
  • Seed Fair 2022. We will be making a Street cash Collection in aid of the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.   Conwy Licensing permit no. 092831. This will be displayed at the foot of the High Street on the day.   DEC Fundraiser ID CFR76769.  Thanks for your generosity.
  • Plas Mawr and the Royal Cambrian  Academy Art Gallery will be open during the Seed Fair.

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…

Emergency services

  • North Wales Police Station in Lancaster Square. Unmanned, telephone contact only.

Public toilets

  • 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 non profit Company Limited by Guarantee.
Organizers of the Conwy Fairs on behalf of Conwy Town Council.

Updated March 2022

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