Monthly Archives: August 2011

Old Fair Day, Market Street, Abergele

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Telford and North Wales

“Mr. Telford applied the same methods in the reconstruction of these roads that he had already adopted in Scotland and Wales, and the same improvement was shortly felt in the more easy passage over them of vehicles of all sorts, … Continue reading

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Abergele Carnival and Tram memories

I went to look at the recent Carnival in town. Great to see it being supported by the town people and lovely weather as well, as you can see. Pentre Mawr Park looked as it used to when I was … Continue reading

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Interesting and Haunted

While browsing the Northern Ghost Investigation website I came across these¬†articles¬†concerning the history of the Bull Hotel in Chapel Street. “In late 1848, Jane Roberts of Abergele, opened up her home to a Mormon preacher, John Parry Jr, who was … Continue reading

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