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Colwyn Bay Waterfront Shows Impact Of Investment, Says Finance Minister

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The regeneration of the Colwyn Bay waterfront shows how investment is making a real difference on the ground, Finance Minister Jane Hutt said today.

The Minister was visiting the waterfront near Porth Eirias as part of her Budget Tour 2015 in North Wales.

The waterfront has benefited from over £20m from the Welsh Government for coastal defence and regeneration funding which has led to improvements to the promenade, including Porth Eirias which houses a watersports centre and chef Bryn Williams’ Bistro.  The investment has also included European funding.

SOURCE: gov.wales

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