Monthly Archives: February 2014

St Davids Day – let’s party like it’s 1909

I’m a fan of the National Library of Wales’s Welsh Newspapers Online site. Here’s a clipping from the Weekly News, 5 March 1909, describing St David’s Day celebrations at the Bee Hotel, Abergele, in that year. ABERGELE. St. David’s Day … Continue reading

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Three charming vintage Kinmel Camp postcards

Thanks to Colin Watt for his comment: “My Grandfather was at Kinmel Park camp in the first world war. He was pvt 6033 J.E.Bayley in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He was wounded at Ypres on the 30th Sept 1917 and … Continue reading

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