Normally, ghost signs are a faded relic from the distant past. Think of the Morgan’s sign as you walk from St Michael’s Church to Market Street in Abergele.
There’s a modern ghost sign high up in Chapel Street, reminding us of when there used to be a Cyber Cafe there. So here’s a photo to help you remember…
Great to see Locked In escape rooms in Abergele.
This is how it works: you get locked in a room with 1-5 mates and you’ve got just one hour to escape by solving tricky puzzles.
Here’s some more info about Locked In Live Escape Games in North Wales – Abergele.
It’s a real-life room escape game based on computer escape games. Escape games are quite a craze. After entering a room with your team of up to 6 people, you’re locked in. By the end of 60 minutes, you must work together to find the clues, solve your puzzles to secure your escape.
This is suitable for ages 12 and up. Children under 16 are welcome in the rooms with adult supervision. Participating in the activity may require climbing a flight of stairs to enter the building at certain points.
Parties, small groups and corporate team building activities can be booked.
Phone: 01745 798670
There’s a note on their website to say that you may need to ring the buzzer if the door is locked.
Locked In Live Escape Games North Wales Opening Times
Wednesday: 5pm – 10pm
Thursday: 5pm – 10pm
Friday: 2pm – 10pm
Saturday: 12pm – 10pm
Sunday: 12pm – 10pm
From the Dennis Parr Collection, here’s an old photo of the T R Jones shop in Abergele, date unknown. This men’s tailor and outfitter’s shop was located at Varsity House, Market Street.
Perhaps on the pavement in the foreground was a note to tell the dog to keep looking ahead at the camera.
This shop’s a real gem, right in the middle of town. It’s surprising just how many different antiques, second-hand items and other things can be bought here: from watchmakers’ tools to fine china.
Address: 23 Market Street
+44 (0) 1745 827 650
Mae Cor Meibion Goronwy yn canu ym Mynydd Seion Abergele 10 Tachwedd 2017
Goronwy Male Voice Choir performs in Mynydd Seion, Chapel Street, Abergele, on 10 November.
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: