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Conlan Consultancy & Language School -
Conlan School is the English language school in Abergele (Wales) and Chester (England).
Conlan School is an original project that couples the teach Abergele Leisure Centre - Drop in to Abergele Leisure Centre and you won't be disappointed! We offer a comprehensive swimming programme.
You will find an excellent range of Abergele Golf Club - Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this Members Club with its 18 hole parkland course and many feature holes constructed to USGA standard. Convenient t Abergele and Pensarn Station - Abergele and Pensarn Railway Station sits on the North Wales Coast Line and has direct links to Rhyl, Prestatyn, Fflint, Shotton, Chester, Rhosneigr, Beach Cafe Pensarn - The Beach Cafe Pensarn is located on the promenade at Pensarn, Abergele, North Wales. The cafe stands alongside the Wales Coastal Path and the North Castle Cove Cafe Bar - Castle Cove Cafe Bar is situated alongside the Wales Coastal path and seafront cycle track at Pensarn Abergele, North Wales. We offer good freshly pre Tides Cafe Bistro - Tides Cafe Bistro stands alongside the Wales Coastal Path and North Wales Cycle Path on the seashore at the Beach Caravan Park in Llanddulas, North Wa Tan-Y-Mynydd Trout Fishery - Come and cast your line upon the idyllic waters of Tan-Y-Mynydd Trout Fishery. A peacefully sedate Fishery nestling in the beautiful and tranquil Wels Knightly's Funfair - If you are looking for maximum entertainment in Towyn North Wales, then Knightly`s funfair and amusement park, located a few yards from the beach, is Tir Prince Leisure Park - The Tir Prince complex consists of the Amusement Park, Market & Car Boot, Raceway, Silks Bar and Restaurant, Trackside Bookies, Full Tote Betting Fifty 5 Diner - The Fifty 5 Diner can be found in the peaceful village of Llanddulas, between Abergele and Colwyn Bay, in North Wales. The 80 seater family run restau North Wales Garden World - Established 21 years ago and still a family run business, we welcome you to our independent garden centre. Our 5 acre site makes a great run out for a Y Morfa Leisure Centre - The centre's multi purpose Sports Hall is adaptable for a variety of Sports including badminton, table tennis, 5-a-side football, basketball, netball Osprey Sea Angling Charter Boat - Fish caught include Dab's, Whiting, Mackerel, Skate & Ray's, Dogfish, Codling, Gurnard, Conger, Tope, Turbot and many other species.
The Vessel Woodfest Showground - Woodfest Wales is a celebration of all things wood. The festival, showcases a variety of wood related activities, crafts and forest industries. Timber Jensen Sea Angling Charter Boat - The fishing vessel Jensen has an operating range of 60 miles and is licensed for 10 anglers. Trips vary in length from 5-12 hours and a wide variety o The Wheatsheaf Inn - We are a traditional Inn providing great meals located in Betws yn Rhos, Abergele, North Wales. We have a large customer car park.
The Wheatsheaf I Sea Gem2 Sea Fishing Trips - Sea Gem II is skippered by Carl Davies. We have been fishing these waters for two generations. We have the best knowledge of sea fishing in the North Bodelwyddan Castle - Set in 260 acres of magnificent parkland, the Castle is now an outstation of the National Portrait Gallery and is open to the public most days throu Bodelwyddan Medieval Festival - Go back through time, to the Middle Ages! And here in North Wales, where so much history has left such a rich legacy of mighty Castles we are pleased Bodelwyddan Castle Gardens - The Castle is set within magnificent parkland and a formal garden originally designed by Mawson in 1910. There are also beautiful views of the Clwydia Gargoyles and Stone Carvings on the Marble Church - The Marble Church Bodelwyddan is dedicated to St
Margaret. The church is built largely of limestone with a 202 ft high
tower and steeple that can Marble Church Bodelwyddan - The Marble Church, as it is known, is dedicated to St
Margaret. The church in Bodelwyddan is built largely of limestone with a
202 ft high tower a Marine Lake-Rhyl - Rhyl Marine Lake is a 12.6ha man-made reservoir that is situated at the western end of Rhyl (Denbighshire) near the mouth of the Clwyd estuary. It was Rhyl Miniature Railway - Our railway first opened on 1st May 1911. We offer a nostalgia experience suitable for children of all ages. Most of our visitors begin by enjoying a Llanddulas Jetty - The Llanddulas Jetty is located off the seafront at Llanddulas, Conwy County, North Wales. There are two jetties both used for loading crushed limesto Graveyard at the Marble Church - The churchyard at Bodelwyddan is the source of a great
deal of controversy. It contains the graves of victims of the Spanish
flu pandemic of 1918- Penmaen Head Crag - The rock varies in character from quarried crimps to flowstone flutings.
There are loads of routes to go at so I've no doubt you'll visit Penmaen H Geronimos at Palace Fun Centre - Geronimo's Adventure Playground is packed with fun. Are you brave enough to try Geronimo's Revenge? At 25 foot, it's the largest and fastest vertical Apollo 5 Cinema - Enjoy a more personal and friendly approach to cinema going, in our 5 screen complex on the Seafront Promenade in Rhyl. Lingualink Language School - Lingualink is accredited by the British Council. We keep our classes small and personal to help you to learn quickly. Between us we have a lot of prac Rhyl Beach - A popular family seaside resort with miles of sandy beaches, loads of attractions and amusements and a local harbour.
Facilities: A Promenade Land T Rhyl Town Hall - The Town Hall in Rhyl provides excellent facilities from 40-300 delegates. | Centrally located in the heart of Rhyl, this grade II listed building is Rhyl Railway Station - Rhyl Railway Station sits on the North Wales Coast Line and has direct links to Prestatyn, Fflint, Shotton, Chester, Rhosneigr, Valley, Holyhead, Ty C Along the Sea Front Mountain Bike Trail - The Along the Sea Front trail is an easy/beginner trail with a total distance of 14miles, 22.0Km and an approx. ride time of 2.5hrs. The total height Rhyl Seaquarium, Rhyl Sea Life Centre - Rhyl Seaquarium, formerly Rhyl Sea Life Centre, the Rhyl Aquarium features the first and only walk through underwater tunnel in Wales. Discover the Rhyl Library - Rhyl Library
Facilities and Services for Disabled People
Universal access computer workstation
RNIB talking book mem Rhylcreate Gallery 36 - Rhylcreate was established in 2005 in order to promote the arts and crafts of members in Rhyl and the surrounding area. We also aim to promote Rhyl as St Mary's Church - The first church in the Norman Borough of Rhuddlan was built about 1080. A new Parish Church was built in 1301 -and this appears to have consisted of Rhyl Events Arena - The spectacular Open Air Events Arena, in Rhyl is just part of the multi-million pound investment for the future of Rhyl seafront.
Eighty metres in River Elwy at Llanfair Talhaiarn - The River Elwy is a river in Conwy County, North Wales. Three rivers, the Afon Cledwen, Afon Collen and Afon Gallen, meet to form the Elwy at the vill Swan Inn - Warm and Friendly Country Pub. Traditional Real Ales, Quality Freshly Cooked Bar Food Menu, Beer Garden To Rear, Children Welcome. Food Served: Mon-S Old Colwyn Golf Club - Old Colwyn Golf Club founded in 1907 and designed by James Braid is a 9 hole meadowland course and situated within a mile of the A.55 Chester-Holyhea St Marys Church Llanfair Talhaiarn - St Mary's Church Llanfair Talhaiarn, sometimes Llanfair Talhaearn, is in the Diocese of St Asaph, in the community of Llanfair Talhaiarn in the county Colwyn Bay Football Club - Colwyn Bay are a Welsh football team playing in the English pyramid system. They were founded in 1881 and currently reside in the UniBond League Firs Old Colwyn to Llanddulas and Penmaenhead Walk - This is a moderate 6.25 mile (10km) walk but with a
long drag of a hill on the return walk. It is located on the North Wales
coast in Old Colwyn c Department for Economy and Transport - Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills - Rural Affairs and Heritage Office St Asaph - Welsh Assembly Government Office for Rural Affairs and Heritage Rhuddlan Library - Rhuddlan Library
Facilities and Services for Disabled People
Universal access computer workstation
RNIB talking book members Sun Centre - It's fun and sunshine all the way in the huge water - based undercover attraction. Loads of slides, pools, palm trees a wave machine and much more, in Rhuddlan Castle - Begun in 1277, this was the second of King Edward I?s great Welsh fortifications. A protected river dock forms one side of the defences of this concen Pavilion Theatre Rhyl - Rhyl Theatre, the Pavilion Theatre, has played host to a gallery of Stars from Ruby Wax to Gary Wilmot, boy bands like East 17 to top international s Old Colwyn Promenade - Old Colwyn Promenade stretches along the seafront in Old Colwyn, Conwy County, North Wales. There are no facilities at this end of the Bay of Colwyn Twthill Motte Rhuddlan - Twthill is located near the town of Rhuddlan, in Denbighshire, North Wales. Twthill is a Norman motte built in about 1073 by Robert of Rhuddlan and hi The Plough Inn - Newly opened in the heart of Old Colwyn Village. A Pub and Restaurant offering traditional ales, fresh local food and world beers with a warm welcome
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