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A boy who was playing in a cove slipped from rocks and drowned despite efforts of his nine-year-old friend to rescue him, an inquest heard.
His friend, who cannot be named, managed to drag him from The Sea and tried to give CPR up to 10 times before going for help.
He slipped and fell into the water, and The Boy heard several cries for help before a big wave came.
Mr Hughes and Steve Hargreaves, another passer-by, made their way to The Shore to help Dillan.
Mr Hargreaves said in a statement: "It became quite apparent he was not breathing and I could not feel any pulse. "The Great Orme in Llandudno
The Men carried out resuscitation until a rescue team arrived. Dillan was airlifted to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor but was pronounced dead at 23:00 BST.
Pathologist Dr Brian Rogers gave a cause of Death as drowning as well as cold water immersion.
Assistant coroner David Pojor was told the area was popular with groups of Young People but the volume of call outs to the area because of people getting into difficulties was "very low".
Mr Pojor said he would not write a report calling for signs to be erected because he questioned how practical it would be.
He paid tribute to those who had tried to help Dillan, saying the nine-year-old boy had "acted bravely and responsibly for such a young boy in trying to save his friend".
He recorded a conclusion of accidental Death .