Manager Sean Eardley has bolstered his defensive options with the return of the experienced Neil Ashton, and highly sought after Nick Grogan from TNS, as Eardley adds the pair of centre halves to his current squad to add competition and depth, with upcoming University placements possibly disrupting some of the promising talent coming through already.
Sean said of the new arrivals: "Nick is a young centre half who was recommended by Sarge (Chris Seargeant), he wants to get out and play senior games after a bout of illness and injury and I'm really looking forward to working with him here at Llandudno to help fulfill his potential.
What is there to say about Ashy (Neil Ashton) that hasn't been said already. He is a leader both on and off the field and fantastic in the dressing room around players of all ages. He was missing his fix on the weekend and after a weekend in Abersoch with the family he decided to return and help us out this year, so I'm made up to have him back involved and offering that vital experience."
Eardley also added another young recruit from the Nomads academy last week with the arrival of right full back Jack Robinson: "Talking about Nick and his potential, the same goes for Robbo, he's been in the last couple of squads and his attitude and application has been fantastic and is itching to get going!"
Llandudno Football Club can also confirm the departures of Bryan Roberts and Morgan Murray who both joined Conwy Borough in the last 7 days:
"I wish Morgs (Murray) all the best at Conwy, he was concerned about first team opportunities with us and wanted game time and I respected that decision. He goes with my best wishes, as does Bry Roberts, again he worked hard in pre-season but commitment issues became a problem, and I wish him well in the future."