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Statue of HM Stanley in Denbigh - The statue of Henry Morten Stanley the famous African Explorer is to be found outside the library of the historic market town of Denbigh, Denbighshire Denbigh Library Museum and Gallery - Denbigh library and Museum
Museum collection details : Archaeology, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Social History, Weap Denbigh Town Walls - Denbigh Town Walls are situated to the north of Denbigh itself and to the east of the River Clwyd (Afon Clwyd). The walls were built to protect the n The Forum Tea Rooms & Restaurant - The Forum Tea Rooms and Restaurant is a family run licensed establishment in Denbigh, North Wales. It is situated within a Grade II listed building an Glass Onion Cafe - “The Hub of Denbigh”’ A place to eat, drink, relax and find out all that Denbigh and the area has to offer. Find out about special events, fes Bevans Home & Garden - At Bevans Home & Garden there is always a warm welcome awaiting you, along with the thousands of products that are hand picked especially for your The Patchwork Cat - The Patchwork Cat is a quality children's clothing and toy store situated in Denbigh, North Wales. We pride ourselves on carefully sourcing unusual an St Hilary's Chapel Denbigh - St Hilary’s Chapel in Denbigh is situated to the south of Denbigh itself and was built around the 1300’s. The chapel was built to serve the new t Howell's School Denbigh - Howell's senior school builds on the foundation of the Preparatory School, maintaining class sizes small enough to offer individual attention and supp Howell's Preparatory School Denbigh - Our aim is to ensure that when boys and girls leave our Nursery they do so as confident, happy children whose first experience of a learning environme Leicesters Church Denbigh - Leicesters Church in Denbigh is situated to the south east of the centre of Denbigh. These church remains are of the only large new church built in t Denbigh Castle - The striking ruins of Denbigh Castle, crowning a steep
hill above the town, enjoy commanding views of the pastoral Vale of
Clwyd and the round-bac The Denbigh Devil - The Rev. Mr Thomas Baddy, who lived in Denbigh Town and was a Dissenting Minister in that place, went into his study one night and whilst he was readi Denbigh Town and Country Walk - The Denbigh town and country walk does what it says on the tin, the walk starts in the centre of this medieval market town passing through the High St The Masons Arms - Pub situated in the market town of Denbigh, North Wales. Denbigh Friary - The Denbigh Friary is located to the north of Denbigh itself and to the west of the River Clwyd (Afon Clwyd). The Friary was established as a Carmeli Denbighshire Antiques - One of the largest antiques showrooms in North Wales.|
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We have an array of q Denbigh Golf Club - Denbigh Golf Club is situated in mid Denbighshire in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd. The club is set in rolling Welsh countryside, the magnificent 18 ho Brookhouse Pottery and Malt House Gallery - David and Margaret Frith set up their first workshop in 1963. Their reputations are well established. David with his mastery of the potter's wheel ma St Marcella's Church Denbigh - St Marcella's Church (Llanfarchell in Welsh) was for many years the parish church of the medieval market town of Denbigh. Although sidelined to some e Brookhouse Mill - Brookhouse Mill, situated in Denbigh, North Wales, is a busy restaurant and bar which boasts a fine ala carte menu using Welsh produce. Brookhouse Mi Kilford Farm - Kilford Farm on the outskirts of Denbigh hosts the 2013 Welsh National Eisteddfod festival. Kilford was the home when the eisteddfod last visited the Fferm Kilford - Dim ond ychydig o ardaloedd sydd wedi croesawu'r Eisteddfod Genedlaethol gymaint o weithiau ag Sir Ddinbych. Yn 2013, bydd gŵyl flaenllaw yn dychwely Eisteddfod Genedlaethol 2013 Ddinbych - Mae'r proclamasiwn 2012 Mehefin fodd bynnag, ei effeithio gan dywydd
gwael ar y diwrnod, oedd yn golygu bod y Seremoni Gyhoeddi ei hun ei
gynnal y Denbigh Eisteddfod 2013 - Very few areas have welcomed the National Eisteddfod as many times as Denbighshire, and in 2013, Wales’ leading festival will return to the county f Llindir Inn - The Llindir Inn is a 13th century thatched building, and is believed to be both one of the oldest pubs in Wales and also one of Wales' most haunted. T Stone Carvings on Henllan Church - Stone head-stop carvings and medieval font on Henllan
Church. I include pictures of four headstops built into the walls of the
church below the wi St Sadwrns Church Henllan - Henllan Church sits on a crossroads on the south west
corner of the village in Denbighshire, North Wales. The original church
was demolished in 18 River Clwyd - The River Clwyd is a river in north Wales. It rises in the Clocaenog forest five miles north west of Corwen. It flows due south until at Melin-y-Wig i Ffynnon Dyfnog, St Dyfnog's Holy Well - The Holy Well of St Dyfnog is situated behind the graveyard at St. Dyfnog's Church, Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch, in North Wales. A short walk behind t Llanrhaeadr Almshouses - In the small village of Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch near Denbigh, North Wales you will find the whitewashed Georgian almshouses. They sit comfortably St Dyfnog's Church - There has been a church on this site from the sixth century, the age of the Saints, when St Dyfnog, the patron Saint flourished, which means that for Anvil Pottery - The Pottery occupies what was until the late 1960's the village smithy. Since the village of Llanrhaeadr (which means the holy place by the waterfall) Vale of Clwyd - The Vale of Clwyd (Welsh: Dyffryn Clwyd) is the
valley of the River Clwyd in the county of Denbighshire, North Wales.
The River Clwyd rises in t Bryn Morfydd Golf Club - f you're looking for a fun-filled nine-hole course that will leave you grinning from ear to ear as soon as you step on the first tee then this could w The White Horse Inn - In a secluded spot just below the Clwydian Range
serving Home made food, all meat is local with the name of the farms on the board in the bar area, Tweedmill Shopping Outlet - Bringing you all the labels
Choose from more than 70,000 branded garments for women, men and children. The Downing Arms - Public house located in Bodfari, near Denbigh, North Wales. North Wales Golf Course and Driving Range - North Wales Golf Course and Driving Range is situated in the north of Denbighshire between St Asaph and Denbigh. The course is located in the beauti Bontnewydd Cave - Bontnewydd Cave, sometimes Pontnewydd Cave, is a limestone cave close to the hamlet of Bontnewydd in the Elwy Valley in the county of Denbighshire, No The Farmers Arms - The Farmers Arms offers a warm welcome and serves fine foods, wines and traditional ales all year round. In addition we have a newly landscaped garden Salusbury Arms - Perfectly located at a key point near the start of the Offa’s Dyke Walk, ardent ramblers and casual strollers alike will find some well earned rest
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