This photo by Sion Jones, taken in 2014, shows the pipes that sucked up sand out at sea which was poured out on the beach in Colwyn Bay to create a new sandy beach. The old one was sucked away by the tides during the stormy winter of 2013/14. The pipes were pieced together before being towed out to sea on the beach at Pensarn.
Llun, photo: Sion Jones 2014
Paratoi y pibellau i’w tynnu gan gwch, er mwyn sugno y tywod a gollwyd yn ystormydd mawr a gafwyd yng ngaeaf 2013-14 i wneud y golled ym Mae Colwyn.
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On the 27 April 2017 there’s a sale of furniture, bric-a-brac and more at the hospice:
These new lamposts are on the sea side of the Abergele and Pensarn station, which looks fab after its recent refurb:
From the Dennis Parr Collection. Year is unknow but the clothing makes it look like over 100 years ago. There was a lifeboat in Llanddulas between 1868 and 1932 according to the Llanddulas Hidden History website.
This whole building used to be the police station before being used as a magistrates’ court and as a meeting place for the Town Council and other organisations.
Mae yr adeilad hwn yn cael ei defnyddio i Gyngor Trefol Abergele yn ogystal a chyfarfodydd eraill.
Llun, Photo: Sion Jones
From the Dennis Parr Collection, featuring Mrs Pierce-Williams: