Author Archives: Gareth Morlais

Abergele and Pensarn Railway Station

        Wikipedia says: “Opened as Abergele by the Chester and Holyhead Railway on 1 May 1848,[1] it became part of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway during the Grouping of 1923. The line then passed on to … Continue reading

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Creative writing classes at Gwrych Castle Abergele

There’s a chance to be inspired by the surroundings while writing at Gwrych Castle on Thursdays. I don’t have the exact dates but there are details on this poster:

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St Kentigern Sale Day Thurs 31 August

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The Castle Hotel pub, Abergele

The Castle Hotel, 67 Water Street, Abergele, Clwyd, LL22 7SN, Telephone 01745 823322.     Photos taken July 2017

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Gwrych Castle Medieval Festival

19/20 August 2017 at Gwrych Castle, Abergele.

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Surprising first-hand account of the Kinmel Camp Riots of 1919

Two Abergele Post readers – Doug Colter and John Michael Care – have been in touch with remarkable original accounts of the Kinmel Camp Riots (or Mutiny) of 1919. For background information you can read a BBC Wales account by Phil Carradice … Continue reading

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Chwarae Allan Playing Out Abergele from 9 August 2017

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Abergele scientist John Hepworth awarded 50 year medal

Abergele resident and biomedical scientist John Hepworth has been awarded  with a prestigious 50 year medal  by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). Erin Johnson, Communications Officer with the Institute of Biomedical Science shared this story with us: “John joined the Institute in … Continue reading

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Guitar lessons offered in Abergele

Have you ever wanted to be a rock ‘n’ roll star?

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Abergele meeting room available

On Wednesday evenings:

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