Category Archives: hyperlocal

Free video workshop in Rhyl for charities

When I’m not producing the AbergelePost website, one of the things I do is to sit on the Wales advisory panel of the Media Trust and Community Channel’s Do Something Brilliant Cymru / Wales group. Steve Lloyd of DSB is … Continue reading

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If you’d like to make a local site like this…

I’ve heard three pieces of news this month which will be of interest if you think you may like to make a local website like 1. Starting in April 2014, Cardiff University is offering a free five-week Community Journalism … 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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What used to go on at Cae Stalwyn, Abergele.

Here’s a short digital story I’ve just made about the old Abergele Show. It was Brian Haynes – my dad’s neighbour – who told me about the ‘swimming’ of horses from boats from Ireland anchored off Pensarn beach. (If the … Continue reading

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New feature – see who’s planning a new extension in Abergele

I’ve just added a new feature to this website. If you click on the Planning Applications link in the black strip beneath the banner, you’ll see a map of Abergele with dots showing where applications have been made to … Continue reading

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