Category Archives: St George

Bakewell and Buxton trip

St George and District committee is inviting senior citizens to join them for a bus trip to Bakewell and Buxton on 13 June. Call Mrs Menai Williams if you’d like to go:

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Llaethdai Abergele dairies and commercial milk producers

Gyda diolch i Gwynn Williams, yn enedigol o Lanefydd, wedi byw yn Abergele a bellach yn Rhyl. Here’s a list from from local singer, actor and historian Gwynn Williams showing how many farms, outlets and dairy companies sold milk in … Continue reading

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St George’s Rd, Abergele

Here’s a photo of St George’s Rd, Abergele, by Sion Jones.

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Sarah Carmel Lewis thanks Andrew Hesketh for his Abergele historical research

Reader Sarah Carmel Lewis has been in touch to express her gratitude to A ndrew Hesketh for his research into Abergele’s history. She writes: “Dear Sir/Madam, I would like to thank you and Andrew Hesketh for writing the article on … Continue reading

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WWI participants from the outskirts of Abergele

This is the second of a series of four posts featuring the research of Andrew Hesketh into participants in the Great War with Abergele connections. As a mark of respect, we’re publishing the thousand-plus list of names in installments.  Today … Continue reading

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Charming old postcard of Bryn Iolo, St George

Here’s a scarce photo of the lane in St George that runs alongside Bryn Iolo. It’s the last of four photos / postcards sent in by Delyth Ann. Diolch Delyth.

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Mile End, St George

Here’s a rare photo of Mile End in St George in the Edwardian period. It’s the third of four photos / postcards sent in by Delyth Ann.

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