Category Archives: Harry Gee

The Abergele Visitor

The Abergele Visitor was pushed  through our letterbox every Friday. It was printed in Abergele, in a room with lino on the floor above the Visitor Office newsagents, next door to the Bee. Our neighbour Gordon Hughes was the printer … Continue reading

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This Little Piggy

Abergele is know as a market town because there used to be a livestock market here every Monday in the 1960s and 70s. The town filled up with land rovers, tractors and trailers and farmers wearing flat tweed caps and … Continue reading

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Abergele’s Old Windmill

We’ve already lost Abergele Market, Rhyl Watertowers and Colwyn Bay’s Astra Cinema. If you walk up Chapel St to Mynydd Seion and turn left at the flat-roofed building that sells tiles (previously a printers and a laundrette before that), you’ll  … Continue reading

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