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20 May 2014, 17:34 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Campaigners aren't happy rocks have been put on the beach to protect the shore from flooding.
Campaigners are telling Capital they will fight to make Llandudno's North Shore sandy again.
They're unhappy with the council because rocks have been put there to protect the town from floods.
A public meeting is being held tonight to talk about it.
Ian Turner - from the Restore our Beach campaign - said: "The access to the beach is unsafe, it's unsightly, it's not tourism friendly and it's detrimental for the economic situation of the town because we are a tourist resort".
He says Conwy Council has "dumped a quarry onto the North Shore beach which is the Queen of the Welsh seaside resorts".
Conwy Council tells Capital it'll consider the views of the public tonight before reporting back to the cabinet.