Monthly Archives: December 2010

Old High St Windmill

This is a watercolour by Harry Gee of the old limewashed windmill that used to be attached to the red brick warehouse at the bottom of High St. Note how the warehouse used to be taller than it is today.

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White horses on Abergele beach

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Boxing Day Dip circa 1985 Pensarn

Running into the icy cold sea at Pensarn used to be an annual tradition in Abergele in the 1980s. Traddodiad Dydd San Steffan. Continue reading

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Welsh rhyme about Abergele

I’R FFAIR. Ar garlam, ar garlam, I ffair Abergele; Ar ffrwst, ar ffrwst, I ffair Lanrwst. – Owen M. Edwards, Yr Hwiangerddi This is an old out-of-copyright Welsh nursery rhyme. Translation: At a gallop, at a gallop, To Abergele fair … Continue reading

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