|Local History in North Wales|
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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.
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.
Website for the village of Dyserth, including history and hundreds of old photos of this village in Denbighshire, Wales, U.K.
Johnstown 2000 is an online book, featuring many photographs, which has been written about the history of the village of Johnstown in the twentieth century. It is a social history of village life and the times we lived through over the past one hundred years. The book features several pages of narrative and also some 160 plus pictures of people, places and events in Johnstown over this period. The book was written to celebrate the new millennium 2000.
The Llŷn Business directory and the Llŷn service directories contain most local companies and services. The Llŷn history section starts with information about the first inhabitants of Llŷn. The Llŷn gallery and historical gallery contain contemporary and historical photos of Llŷn. The Llŷn maps section contains easily navigatable maps.
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.
Cyfeillion Cadw Tremadog
Cyfeillion Cadw Tremadog is a Historic Buildings Preservation Trust, set up to protect and preserve the architectural, historical and structural heritage of Tremadog. This web site, set up and run by CCT, acts as an advertising and promotion centre for many of Tremadog\'s businesses and traders.
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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