Many years ago (in the 1970's) there was a fine...VERY SMALL...stand-alone pub in Llangollen. Unfortunately, I don't recall the name. As I recall, it was painted white....maybe some half-timber. I do recall that darts was a feature at this pub. Does anyone know if it's still in existence. Could it have been turned into a pizzeria? Thanks for any help.
There is a title above the shop on the wall of the house. It's a very-very long word.
I would like to know, what is its sense.
Hi, Mr. Henry Cook was Headmaster of Froncysyllte School from 1876 to 1911 and to celebrate his long service he was presented with an Illuminated Address. The Chirk connection is that the splendid inscription on the Address was by a Mr. G. O. Humphreys who lived in the the town. We would like to know more about him and would be grateful if you could help or suggest where we could find the information.
I'm looking for a bed and breakfast pub for Sunday 25/08. Can you please suggest a decent place to stay?
I came to Llangollen between Christmas and New Year and was surprised how many lovely little unique shops that there were. I am thinking of coming again in the near future but was wondering is there a half day closing day or are all the shops open everyday.
Many thanks in advance for any help :O)
I have learned that the 2011 Eisteddfod program and bookings may become available in December 2010. We'd like to hear of recent visitor experiences to the Eisteddfod - ticketed and free events; self-catering accommodation options; getting to and from events ie using public transport or by car including parking. And the overall quality of the event. Also ideas for visits nearby in advance of the mid-July date that I understand will apply. My wife and I are sixty plus and accordingly game for anything. We spent six weeks in May 2009 on a self catering tour of the UK so are familiar enough with the UK and travel there, but the Eisteddfod will be a first time experience.
Is it just me or is there nowhere nice to enjoy an evening out in Rhyl? I recently visited Rhyl for the weekend with my partner and was looking forward to a nice evening out on the town. To my disappointment we didn't find one nice place to enjoy a drink without receiving scary threatening stares from the locals. One hour and six bars later we decided to head back to the holiday home we was staying at. Based on my first experience of Rhyl's nightlife I will never visit the place again. Can anyone suggest a place in this horrid town to make me change my opinion?
I'm looking for a room to rent in Wrexham, for about 9 months (since first of october, end of september).
A friend of me is going to study there in university, and today, 2 weeks before he starts university, they have told him that he doesn't have accomodation there. So, he's looking for one. He's a serious man (believe me, don't be scared for parties...hehe).
Well, if you could help me with that....:):)
I'm trying to find out as much information as I can about Talacre Abbey. If any one has been or can tell me if it's open to the public, and exactley where it is, it would be a great help. I intend to photograph the abbey as it has been said that the buildings and groto (cave) are haunted. Any info whould be great.