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Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi Community Website
Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi is a ideal location for a holiday base, with beautiful views and plenty of near by activities and also not far from Snowdonia Mountain Range, Conwy, Llandudno, Bangor, Caernarfon and Anglesey.
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.
A virtual guide to the Royal Town of Caernarfon and the surrounding villages in Gwynedd North Wales.
Criccieth is a beautiful small town situated on the shores of Cardigan Bay and sheltered by the Snowdonia Mountains. We as residents are proud of our history and heritage, which can be traced back to 1239, when a stone castle was originally built on a mound, which protrudes out to sea.
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.
Bagillt History Club
Bagillt History Web Site is run by the people of Bagillt for the people of our village or anyone world wide who has connections with Bagillt.
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.
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