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The Mayor

Cllr Greg J T Robbins, 2023-2024

The new Mayor of Llandudno, Cllr Greg J T Robbins was sworn in on Friday 26th May 2023. The ceremony was held at the Assembly Room, Llandudno Town Hall.  Members of the Town Council were able to attend in person or remotely online via Zoom. The ceremony was also livestreamed to enable friends and family of the Mayor to witness the inauguration.

Cllr Robbins paid tribute to the outgoing Mayor, Cllr Carol Marubbi and thanked her for all her hard work on behalf of the Council during her Mayoral year.
The retiring Mayor, Cllr Marubbi offered the new Mayor her support and wished him a successful and happy year in office. Mrs Debbie Robbins was also installed as Mayoress.

Mayoral Engagements

The Mayor has a busy diary of engagements which range from Civic occasions in Llandudno and neighbouring towns, to opening shops and other businesses, presenting awards at social and sporting functions, and attending events organised by voluntary and community groups. 
If you would like to invite the Mayor to attend an event that you are organising, please contact the Mayor’s Secretary on 01492 879130 or email assistant@llandudno.gov.uk

Biographical Details

The Mayor’s late father's family are from the area.  His grandfather owned a farm in Llandudno Junction and had relatives running a shop and a cafe in Llandudno until a few years ago.

He has worked as a Contracts Manager for a local construction company and has been involved in the industry since starting work on the Conwy Tunnel in 1987 for Tarmac Construction.  He is married to Debbie with two adult daughters, Kira and Holly, and has two grandchildren, Elysia and Jack.  He is also an animal lover and currently has both a dog and a cat.

He has been a member of Llandudno Town Council since 2008, 15 years ago. He has been the Chairman of the Planning & Transportation Committee for a number of years and is a very active member of various other committees and sub-committees including Town Twinning, Community Services and Finance and General Purposes. 

He also represents the Town Council on the Great Orme Management Advisory Group and has represented the council on the Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Light Tram Society and Llandudno Museum amongst many others. 

He has also been a County Councillor and held the Environment, Roads, and Facilities portfolio on the Executive of Conwy County Borough Council from June 2019 until May 2022. Managing to keep all waste collection services running throughout the pandemic amongst dealing with many other challenges.

In addition, he is the Treasurer of the Llandudno and District Darts League, a Governor at Ysgol Gogarth and is currently in his second period as Chair of Governors at Ysgol Morfa Rhianedd. He is also a past Chairman of the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza.