|Local History in North Wales|
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A history of a local archaeological site. Would be of use to Tourists and schools and persons interested in local history.
Vintage Anglesey Prints
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.
Reflective Images has been established since 1992 and presently has a catalogue of over 3,000 unique views of Welsh towns and villages dating from approx 1890 to the early 1920ís. Contemporary photographers documented this period of great social and economic change using rudimentary equipment with tremendous skill and artistry.
Welcome to Holywell
On this website youíll find brief information about the town, what you can see and do in and around Holywell when you visit and details about the wide variety of businesses located in and around this historic market town.
Great Orme Ancient Mines
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.
Bangor Civic Society
Bangor Civic Society campaigns for, and promotes, the built and natural environment of Bangor (North Wales). The Society is recognised by the Civic Trust for Wales, and by Gwynedd County Council for the purpose of development consultation. This website seeks to showcase Bangor by providing useful and entertaining information, but also highlighting some of the problems and challenges facing the city.
Rhiw Community Site
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.
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