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Exploring St Asaph

The City, situated on the banks of two rivers, is dominated by its cathedral, which is held to be the smallest in Great Britain. The character of the centre and its environs has been shaped by this association.   [eltd_button size="medium" type="solid" text="Download" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/StAsaph-2015.pdf"...

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Exploring Ruthin

In addition to its attractive architecture and medieval street patterns, Ruthin has a wide range of quality specialist shops, and plenty of places to eat and drink. With Ruthin placed as it is at the foot of the Clwydian Range (which is an Area of...

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Exploring Rhyl

This two-hour stroll around Rhyl takes you from its fishing village roots through the coming of the railway in Victorian times to the modern day seaside experience that families from all over the world enjoy today.   [eltd_button size="medium" type="solid" text="Download" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Rhyl_Town_Trail_2015.pdf" target="_blank" color=""...

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Exploring Rhuddlan

Rhuddlan has a long and distinguished history, stretching back to the Mesolithic period, circa 7,000 BC. Rhuddlan’s key position beside an ancient crossing of the river Clwyd led to it becoming a flashpoint in Anglo-Welsh relations; whoever held this ford, controlled the easiest invasion route...

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Exploring Prestatyn & Meliden

In the Domesday Book (1087) Prestatyn is recorded as Prestetone (priest`s town) and Meliden as Ruestock with land for one plough, 2 ploughmen, 2 villagers, 4 smallholders and a church.   [eltd_button size="medium" type="solid" text="Download" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Prestatyn-2015.pdf" target="_blank" color="" hover_color="" background_color="" hover_background_color="" border_color="" hover_border_color="" font_size=""...

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Exploring Llangollen

Llangollen occupies a picturesque setting by the River Dee, sheltered to the south by the Berwyn Mountains and to the north by Ruabon Mountain, and overlooked by Castell Dinas Brân. The town has been a magnet for travellers and visitors since the early 19th century,...

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Exploring Dyserth

The village of Dyserth lies below the slopes of Moel Hiraddug - designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985. The name Dyserth has evolved from the original Dissard which means `hermit`s cell` and was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086.   [eltd_button size="medium" type="solid"...

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Exploring Denbigh

Denbigh town trail

On record in the 11th Century as a small border town, Denbigh (`Dinbych` in Welsh meaning `little fortress`) grew to become, through the next 200 years, a royal residence (or `llys`) for Welsh princes and a centre point of Welsh power in North Wales.   [eltd_button size="medium"...

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Exploring Corwen

The picturesque town of Corwen nestles between the River Dee and the north side of the Berwyn Hills. It is often referred to as the ‘Crossroads of North Wales’ as for many centuries it has been a stopping place for travellers.   [eltd_button size="medium" type="solid" text="Download" custom_class=""...

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