Monthly Archives: April 2011

Video of Tower Hill

Watchtower is the most likely purpose for the Tower on Tower Hill. Whether it’s the site for an Easter Bank Holiday picnic or a Boxing Day Walk, Tower Hill is woven into the fabric of Abergele. The Man with the … Continue reading

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Pensarn from the West

Charming picture of Pensarn from the West.

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Pensarn old postcard

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1882 praise for Gwrych poetess

MRS. HEMANS. (_To the Editor._) I have just been perusing in No. 16, of Chambers’s _Edinburgh Journal_, a short and incorrect sketch of that highly-gifted and moral poetess, Mrs. Hemans, “who,” the writer says, “first came into public notice about … Continue reading

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Abergele Carnival 1958/9 pictures

I was looking through some of my old slides the other day and found these three pictures of girls taking part in a dance demonstration¬† in Pentre Mawr Park, also of the Carnival/Rose queen of that year. I thoughtit was … Continue reading

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