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Autumn in North Wales

Autumn in North Wales Autumn in North Wales has plenty to offer its visitors, from relaxing weekends for food-lovers; outdoor adventures along the coastal path and forest trails for enterprising ramblers; expeditions to ancient monuments for enthusiastic amateur historians. Anglesey never ceases to be amazing. There is history and beauty wherever you turn. The golden […]

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Towns Of Snowdonia

Towns Of Snowdonia The Snowdonia National Park stretches from Conwy in the north to Aberdyfi in the south, taking in not only mountain peaks and thirteenth century fortresses but also ancient wooded valleys and rushing rivers. Caernarfon, Bangor and Conwy Caernarfon, Bangor and Conwy sit at the gateway to the area. The market town of […]

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Anglesey outdoors and sporting activities

Anglesey outdoors and sporting activities Golfing in Anglesey Anglesey also caters for golfers of all levels with excellent facilities and a scenic backdrop unparalleled by any other location. A variety of golf courses have been painstakingly crafted, offering one of the finest collections of facilities in Britain. Isle of Anglesey Golf Pass Grab a tee […]

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Snowdonia Information

Snowdonia Snowdonia is known the world over for its spectacular scenery. Sir Edmund Hillary trained on Snowdon before attempting Everest and the area’s craggy landscape has inspired artists, botanists, poets, geologists and engineers such as Thomas Telford who built a coach road between the peaks. Snowdonia is Wales’ most dramatic area with Snowdon the highest […]

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Saluting the slate

Peter Barnes, an artist from Llanbedr y Cennin, has become obsessed with the blue slate that is synonymous with Penrhyn Quarry at Bethesda. He recently spent two months creating a statue from waste slate to pay tribute to the ‘wonderful material that slate is’. The statue shows the figure of a man raising his fist […]

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