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Supporting tourism in Wales
One project which has been supported by £75,000 of Wales Economic Growth Funding is already underway and is finding alternative use for the disused site of the old Little Chef in Conwy.
Entrepreneur, Jonathan Williams-Ellis, who also owns Glasfryn Parc near Pwllheli, is turning the site into a café, local produce shop and Tourist Information Centre which will open in Spring 2014. The project will create five permanent full-time jobs and two permanent part-time jobs and the owner believes that the project will benefit the whole community.
Jonathan Williams-Ellis, said: “We see this site as an entrance point to Snowdonia and it has been an eyesore for some time. We will bring a farm shop and cafe and also a tourism centre where people can get information about the area.
“This is the last stop directly on the A55 before Holyhead and we think it will be popular. It’s a win-win for the area, it will create jobs and we also hope to use local produce where we can so it potentially offers another place for suppliers to sell from.”
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Welsh Economic Growth fund - find out more
Wedi ei bostio ar Dydd Gwener 27th Mehefin 2014