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Local History in North Wales
40 sites in this category


Narrow AreaAnglesey (Ynys Mon) [5], Conwy County [8], Denbighshire [2], Flintshire [6], Gwynedd [14], Wrexham County [2], North Wales General [2], Wales General [1]

Widen SubjectArt & Culture / History / Local History

Widen AreaWales / North Wales

Abergynolwyn.com
http://www.abergynolwyn.com
Designed with locals and visitors in mind, this fully bilingual website carries news of what\'s happening in the area, places of interest, things to do and see, places to stay, a selection from the local photographic archive, and much more.


Caernarfon Online
http://www.caernarfononline.co.uk
A virtual guide to the Royal Town of Caernarfon and the surrounding villages in Gwynedd North Wales.


History of Hafodunos Hall, Llangernyw
http://www.hafodunos-hall.co.uk
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.


Flint Through the Ages
http://www.fflint.co.uk
A study of the development of Flint, Flintshire, North Wales.


Welcome to Holywell
http://www.holywell-town.gov.uk
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.


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.


Llyn Peninsula Information
http://www.llyn.info
An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which stretches out about 30 miles into the Irish Sea from the north west of Wales in Great Britain. Llŷn (often spelt Lleyn) retains a unique Welsh charm and character that is still as strong as ever. The peninsula also enjoys a unique micro climate, benefiting from the gulf stream, bringing warmer sea temperatures and weather.


Porthmadog
http://www.porthmadog.co.uk
Porthmadog has an abundance of accommodation, hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast, self catering, cottages, caravan parks. This bustling town is the gateway to Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.


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