|Local History in North Wales|
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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.
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.
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.
The Cadwalader Family of Criccieth and Yorkshire
Contains Family and Local History of Criccieth in Eifionydd. Also a Gwynedd Maritime History Database.
Gwefan Dyffryn Nantlle - The Nantlle Valley Website
Created by a group of local people for the benefit of Dyffryn Nantlle and its residents. In addition to keeping the history of Dyffryn Nantlle alive - the site also aims to share information about local activities, resources and businesses.
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.
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.
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