Monthly Archives: May 2011

Rhyl Miniature Steam Railway Centenary

Happy 100th Birthday to the Rhyl Miniature Railway: “Our railway first opened on 1st May 1911, so visitors during 2011 will be able to help celebrate our Centenary year! On 28th-30th May 2011 we will be holding our Centenary Gala, … Continue reading

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Gele river

The Gele stream is the lifeblood running through Abergele. It’s the river that give its name to the town: Abergele means ‘the mouth of the Gele river’ and Gele is a variation of Gelau which is old Welsh for ‘silvery … Continue reading

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More AbergelePost site updates – added opening hours

Just wanted to let you know that I’ve added opening hours info now for Tesco, the Library, Post Office and McDonalds. I’ve also added new pictures to Abergele in Shorts: Eric the Barber, Ellesmere’s and even showing a homemade garden … Continue reading

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New feature – see who’s planning a new extension in Abergele

I’ve just added a new feature to this AbergelePost.com website. If you click on the Planning Applications link in the black strip beneath the banner, you’ll see a map of Abergele with dots showing where applications have been made to … Continue reading

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The Monument

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The audacious rascal actually solicited a kiss

The ride along the coast of Wales was crowded with novelty and interest,–the sea on one side and the mountains on the other,–the latter bleak and heathery in the foreground, but cloud-capped and snow-white in the distance. The afternoon was … Continue reading

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