Monthly Archives: November 2014

New York Terrace, Abergele

Norman Williams recently enquired if anyone could help him to locate Eurog House, New York Terrace, Abergele. Two of his late relatives, Mary Roberts (nee Williams) and her husband, Owen Roberts, had lived there prior to their both dying in … Continue reading

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Abergele Autumn Club

If you’re over 50 and are game to meet other Abergeleites for coffee, trips and bingo, 10am Tuesday mornings at the Community Centre (next to the Library) is the place to go…

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Darlith Cymdeithas Emrys ap Iwan talk

This is a bilingual post; the English follows the Welsh… Rwyf wedi derbyn gwahoddiad gan Gymdeithas Emrys ap Iwan i gyflwyno darlith am y wefan hon – Abergele Post – a hanes Abergele o safbwynt hanesyddol o’m hatgofion o’r dref … Continue reading

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A list of grants available for your sports club

This post is triggered by a discussion on Twitter about the difficulties Abergele Rovers / Kinmel Bay Sports FC football team have been having with sports facilities. The club would like a ground in Abergele which meets the standards asked … Continue reading

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Mynydd Seion Paned a Sgwrs

Mae na groeso i bawb ymuno am baned a sgwrs yn festri Capel Mynydd Seion ar fore Gwener cyntaf pob mis. Mynydd Seion Chapel in Chapel Street opens its vestry doors on the first Friday morning of each month for … Continue reading

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