This is due to be held at 1pm on Friday, June 30 at the town’s war memorial, and is not linked to the Llandudno Coastal Forum.
Last August, Welsh Government rejected Conwy County Borough Council (CCBC)’s proposal for funding to see sand returned to Llandudno’s North Shore beach.
According to a report published by CCBC, the Welsh Government’s Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management branch (FCERM), stated that the return of sand to North Shore “does not appear to provide any additional flood risk management benefits”.
CCBC’s cabinet has agreed to support a non-sand flood defence option for North Shore.
Janet Finch-Saunders, Aberconwy MS, is an advocate of sand returning to the beach, which had quarry stones placed on it in 2014.
She previously said: “It is clear to me that the return of sand to North Shore has not been successful because it is not the most cost-effective option in the short term.
“However, over several years, decades, it would bring a huge economic boost to the town, and whole region.
“The boulders should never have been put on our beach in the first place, and now we face the risk of even more being dumped.”
In April, Mrs Finch-Saunders, along with Llandudno town councillor, Ian Turner, renewed their long-running campaign to see sand return to North Shore.
A petition, created by Cllr Turner, calls for Welsh Government to fund the removal of quarry rocks and the restoration of sand and groynes to the beach.
At the time of writing, his petition has garnered almost 5,000 signatures.
For Welsh Government’s Petitions Committee to consider it for a debate in the Senedd, a total of 10,000 signatures are needed.
Nigel Treacy, who chairs the Llandudno Coastal Forum, added: “Welsh Government advised CCBC that they considered that the preferred option of sand was not financially viable.
“The coastal forum is now challenging the decision and is seeking further funding options at this time.
“Our last meeting was on May 31, and next is scheduled for June 28.”
Following public concerns of deposition of cobble on North Shore in 2014, CCBC’s cabinet resolved to establish the forum to find a sustainable policy for beach management of North Shore.