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Local History in North Wales
40 sites in this category

Narrow AreaAnglesey (Ynys Mon) [4], 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

Ancient Footprints Limited
Ancient Footprints is a unique tour company developed by two professional archaeologists to promote the archaeology of the island of Anglesey. Drawing on our extensive local knowledge, we provide holidays and short breaks with a difference.

Llanfairfechan Tourism & Amenities Association
This site is devoted to all aspects of Llanfairfechan, a small seaside resort town in Conwy, North Wales, UK.

The History of Shotton, Deeside
A detailed history of Shotton, Deeside from Saxon times to the present. Many photographs from the past.

Llangollen Museum
Discover a little of the fascinating history of this unique area in the borderlands of Wales. The Llangollen Museum site will let you find out about the people and places, stories myths and legends, shops and businesses and many other aspects of the history.

History of Hafodunos Hall, Llangernyw
This publication is the first comprehensive history of Hafodunos Hall, Llangernyw. Situated little more than ten miles away from the North Wales coast, Hafodunos is one of the most important Victorian country houses in Wales.

Welcome to Holywell
On this website you’ll 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.

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.

Caernarfon Memory Lane
Photographs and stories of days gone by in Caernarfon.

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