Afon Ganol in Rhos-on-Sea
Media playback is unsupported on your device
Video

Council reorganisation: Further consultation in north Wales

Reducing the number of councils in Wales from 22 to eight or nine would cut the cost of local government, the public services minister has said.

Leighton Andrews is to consult further on whether to create two or three councils in north Wales.

The Afon Ganol was a county boundary between first Caernarfonshire and then Gwynedd on one side, and Denbighshire and Clwyd on the other, for 700 years until 1996.

BBC Wales reporter Roger Pinney asked the views of people living near the river in Rhos-on-Sea - currently in the county of Conwy.

  • 17 Jun 2015