Cyngerdd Nadolig Cyngor Abergele Council Christmas Concert

Cyngerdd Nadolig Cyngor Tref Abergele

Trio, Cor Alaw + Beula Brass

01/12/17

Mynydd Seion, Chapel St, Abergele

£8 tocynnau / tickets o/from Neuadd y Tref / Town Hall

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Is this the best fish and chip shop name in Britain?

Abergele – The Jolly Fryer

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Recordio Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol S4C ym Modelwyddan

Cysylltodd Lois Gwen o gwmni Rondo i adael inni wybod eu bod yn recordio rhaglen Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol i S4C yn yr Eglwys Farmor, Bodelwyddan, ar 20fed o Dachwedd. Croeso ichi alw heibio a mwynhau canu emynau gyda nhw.

S4C comes to Bodelwyddan’s Marble Church on the evening of 20 Nov to record the Welsh Songs of Praise equivalent: Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol

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Tlws jewellery shop in Abergele: end of lease

There’s a heartfelt note by Gaenor in the window of the Tlws jewellery shop in Abergele. Her end of lease is in February 2018 and she’s decided not to renew it. But the shop will remain open over Christmas and right up until the end of February, says the note.

This has been a great place to buy locally-based Clogau gold rings and pendants, as well as reasonably-priced silver pendants and gifts.

It’ll be a loss to Abergele when it’s gone and we wish Gaenor all the best. Diolch.

Tlws general email enquiries post@tlws.co.uk
Tlws
67 Market Street
Abergele
LL22 7AF
Telephone
01745 827900

Shop Opening Times

9.30 – 5pm Mon – Sat

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Cyngerdd Meibion Goronwy Concert in Abergele 10 November 2017

Mae Cor Meibion Goronwy yn canu ym Mynydd Seion Abergele 10 Tachwedd 2017

Goronwy Male Voice Choir performs in Mynydd Seion, Chapel Street, Abergele, on 10 November.

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The revamped Pen-y-Bont pub in Abergele is looking dapper

It’s good to see new life has been injected into the old Pen y Bont pub. I haven’t tried the food upstairs yet but I’m looking forward to going back to the Pen for a pint.


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Penance Stone at St Michael’s Church, Abergele

Outside the church is a penitential stone where sinners had to do penance by standing by the stone, begging the congregation for mercy as they entered and left the church.

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Desperately seeking Squire Jacob

AbergelePost reader John Wallace has been in touch to ask for other readers’ help:

“I am seeking information about a great uncle of mine who kept an hotel in Abergele, and who died at Norcroft, Dundonald Avenue. His name was Squire Jacob or Jacobs. I believe he was a JP. The hotel and the house where he died were probably the same. If you have anything on him in your archives, and especially if you can identify which house in the present Dundonald Avenue was Norcroft, I’d be more than grateful. The period in question is roughly 1900-1930.”

Please use the comments at the bottom of the page if you have any information to help John.

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Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan Abergele Open Evening

On the 5th of October 2017:

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Only Ladies Allowed in this Abergele choir

The Reformed Cantorion Gele Singers seek new recruits. Monday night at the Bee is the place to meet. Women only.

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