Monthly Archives: September 2013

Abergele Grammar School old photographs

Does anyone have any group photographs, or know the whereabouts of any, taken during the period 1963-1969 of staff and pupils of the Old Abergele Grammar School please? My recollections of my school years are fast fading and I’m hoping … Continue reading

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The Old Pubs, Inns and Taverns of Abergele in the 1800’s

In replying to a query posed by Gareth regarding the Sun Inn (see Market Street topic), he suggested that I start a new post on the subject of the old pubs in the town, so here goes. We are fortunate … Continue reading

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Mount Cottages

Gareth, on 23 March last year you passed on an appeal for information from Juliet Roberts, regarding the location of Mount Cottages. Delyth MacRae & Brian Haynes were able to provide the answers. Subsequently I’ve found this copy of an … Continue reading

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New novella about a boy growing up in Abergele

Abergele author Rob Burslem has published new e-book called “Three Pomegranetes and a half bottle of Scotch” Rob wrote to Abergele Post to let us know about the book because it’s about Abergele.┬áThe blurb on the book cover says: “It … Continue reading

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