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Local History in North Wales
41 sites in this category


Narrow AreaAnglesey (Ynys Mon) [5], Conwy County [8], Denbighshire [2], Flintshire [6], Gwynedd [15], Wrexham County [2], North Wales General [2], Wales General [1]

Widen SubjectArt & Culture / History / Local History

Widen AreaWales / North Wales

Great Orme Ancient Mines
http://www.greatormemines.info
Visitors can walk deep into the hillside along passages and galleries which cross the Bronze Age working areas, including an enormous 3500 year old underground chamber. There is also a surface walkway with display boards and an opportunity to see and meet working archaeologists.Within the Visitor Centre where there are further displays, a gift shop with a wide variety of book, minerals and souvenirs. An audio visual presentation and tea room compliment your experience.


The Buckley Society
http://www.buckleysociety.org.uk
The Buckley Society - To promote the culture of Buckley and district and also to preserve, record and publish its history for the benefit of the public. Database of published articles.


Vintage Anglesey Prints
http://www.vintageangleseyprints.co.uk
This site is dedicated to the early photographic days of Anglesey\'s towns and villages. Originally dealing with only the villages on the North Western side of the island, we were surprised by the interest shown in other areas. This being the case, we are slowly building up a database to cover the whole of Anglesey.


Rhiw Community Site
http://www.penllyn.com/1/compages/rhiw/rhiw.html
Rhiw is one of the highest villages in Llŷn. It boasts one of the most magnificent panoramas in Wales. On a clear day from Rhiw the coast of Cardigan bay and its backdrop of mountains can be seen all the way down past Aberystwyth.


Llanfairfechan Tourism & Amenities Association
http://www.llanfairfechan.org.uk/
This site is devoted to all aspects of Llanfairfechan, a small seaside resort town in Conwy, North Wales, UK.


Wirral & North Wales Field Archaeology
http://www.field-archaeology.net
We are a locally based archaeology group. Always on the look out for new sites and new members! If you fancy a \"dig\" or would like us to \"dig\" on your property, let us know!


Llanasa Village
http://www.llanasa.com
A delightful village offering country walks, spectacular views, good pub food, or high class accommodation.


Amlwch Data
http://www.amlwchdata.co.uk
Searchable database of Amlwch census data.


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