Monthly Archives: September 2012

Abergele barbers: Hywel, Mr Roberts and Eric

AbergelePost reader Noel Hughes has been in touch with some memories he wanted to share with us. I can remember Mr Roberts cutting our hair. I always saw him out walking his small white hairy terrier. Here’s Noel’s message in … Continue reading

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Gwrych Castle – Jousters and Banqueting cast 1970/80s photo by Karen Linley

Here’s a gem of a photo from the personal collection of Karen Linley – aka The Lady of Gwrych. In the photo, she’s the one in blue dress between the women in green and orange. I love the movement of … Continue reading

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The Lady of Gwrych Castle

Every now and again, a gem of a comment is sent in to this website. I’ve just received this story from Karen, the Lady of Gwych, in response to a post “Booing the Black Knight at Gwrych Castle”. Karen tells … Continue reading

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Pensarn Beach Huts

Curious picture of the BeachHuts in Pensarn. I think it was taken in the 50’s. Strange to think that one of them was relocated to our garden to be a shed.

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Dundonald Avenue

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Dundonald Ave Abergele, date unknown

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