Monthly Archives: December 2012

Pensarn prom looking west, old postcard

If you’re planning a Boxing Day walk from Pensarn to Rhyl or Llanddulas today, here’s how the beach used to look.

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Class of Dinorben 1963

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Sioe Nadolig Ysgol Glan Morfa

My father just told me that tonight’s performance of Ysgol Glan Morfa’s Christmas Show at Capel Mynydd Seion, Chapel St,. was electrifying. The school played to a packed Chapel and the teachers and school staff even had their own choir. … Continue reading

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View from the Church Tower

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Life as patient at the Abergele Sanitorium

I left part of my right lung in North Wales, removed by the most eminent of surgeons Sir Ivor Lewis, the same one who operated on the the King. Continue reading

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Gwrych Main Gate

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Pensarn Promenade circa 1900.

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Abergele People and Pictures Facebook Page Party.

The group held a drinks and nibbles party in the Gwindy on Saturday night. It was a great success. If you want to read the comments please visit the page!/groups/370619209625046/ The girls who organised it provided the spread which, … Continue reading

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