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Mostyn Hall and Gardens - Mostyn Hall and Gardens are located near the village of Mostyn, Flintshire, Wales. They are situated on the Dee estuary between Prestatyn to the North Dee Estuary - Point of Ayr RSPB - The Dee Estuary - Point of Ayr RSPB is a nature
reserve at Talacre at the mouth of the Dee estuary in North East Wales.
Close by stands the Point Port of Mostyn - The Port of Mostyn is located on the banks of the Dee estuary between Prestatyn to the North West and Holywell to the South East in Flintshire, North Point of Ayr - Point of Ayr is a coastal feature at the mouth of the Dee estuary in North East Wales. Point of Ayr lies to the north of the village of Talacre in the Llanasa Church - The Parish Church of Llanasa is situated in the beautiful conservation village of Llanasa in the County of Flintshire, North Wales. The church, dedica Llanasa Village Hall - Llanasa Village Hall was formally The Victorian School built in 1859 for the Church authorities. Red Lion Inn Llanasa - The Red Lion Inn, Llanasa, is a popular pub and restaurant in the village of Llanasa in Flintshire, North Wales. The Red Lion has received good review Talacre Beach - Talacre beach is located at Point of Ayr, in Flintshire, North Wales. Talacre has a long sandy beach stretching from the Dee estuary through Barkby be Talacre Sand Dunes - Talacre dunes are also popular with bird watchers,
and the beach offer possibilities for sighting migrating Terns, Gannets,
Skuas, Leach's Petrel, Point of Ayr Lighthouse - The Point of Ayr Lighthouse is located at Point of Ayr to the north of Talacre in the county of Flintshire, North East Wales. |
The lighthouse was bu Maen Achwyfan Cross - The Maen Achwyfan Cross is situated to the south of Tre-Mostyn and to the east of the town of Whitford. The Late tenth-century cross is richly decora Bridlewood Riding Centre - We are situated just outside the picturesque coastal town of Prestatyn in North Wales. Talacre beach is a short hack away where experienced riders ca Prestatyn Hillside - Prestatyn Hillside, 235m, 771ft, is a hill that straddles the border of the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire in the north of Wales. Prestatyn H Trelawnyd Memorial Hall - Trelawnyd Memorial Hall is located on London Road, in the centre of the village of Trelawnyd, Flintshire, North Wales.|
The hall is a fine looking Trelawnyd Male Voice Choir - <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/1XCQ1E-ISDA?rel=0" frameborder="0" allow Gop Hill - Gop Hill, 251m, 823ft, is located in the north of the county of Flintshire, North Wales. The hill is close to the northern end of the Offa's Dyke Path Pennant Park Riding Centre - Pennant Park Riding Centre is situated in Whitford, near Holywell (next to Pennant Park Golf Course!) and provides riding lessons and treks to anyone Kinsale Golf Club - Kinsale, founded in 1996 and located in the homely little village of Llanerchymor in Holywell, is a welcoming nine-hole tract that should provide for Prestatyn Golf Club - Prestatyn Golf Club, on the coast in the north of Denbighshire, is the most northerly course in Wales, It is an 18 hole links course which, due to th Prestatyn Railway Station - Prestatyn Railway Station sits on the North Wales Coast Line and has direct links to Fflint, Shotton, Chester, Rhosneigr, Valley, Holyhead, Ty Croes, Prestatyn Library - Prestatyn Library
Facilities and Services for Disabled People
Universal access computer workstation
RNIB talking book membership
Opening Hou Prestatyn Central Beach - Prestatyn beach is located between Rhyl and Talacre on the north Wales coast in Denbighshire, North Wales. There are three beaches at Prestatyn having St.Melyd Golf Course - St.Melyd Golf Club is a nine hole parkland course established in 1922. It has different teeing areas for each circuit to give the feel of an 18 hole Orielscala Cinema-Gallery - We are delighted to welcome Professor Dai Smith Chair of the Arts Council
of Wales to formally open the latest edition to the SCALA Cinema and Arts
Clwydian Way - The Clwydian Way traditionally starts at Prestatyn in the north of Denbighshire and goes clockwise around the county of Clwyd for 122 miles before ret Prestatyn Nova Centre - The Prestatyn Nova Centre offers a wide range of fun and entertainment.
On the Promenade, by the sea The Nova Centre has stunning surroundings wi North Wales Path at Prestatyn - The North Wales Path runs from Prestatyn (Denbighshire)in the east to Bangor (Gwynedd)in the west. There is a route-specific waymark logo to aid walke Lower Cotton Mill - Greenfield Valley - The Lower Cotton Mill lies in the Greenfield Valley, Holywell, North Wales. The large rectangular ruins are all that remains of the six storey cotton Meadow Copper Mill - The Meadow Copper Mill lies in the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Holywell, North Wales. To be truthfull it is the site of the Meadow Mill. The orig Greenfield Valley - A seventy acre country park with woodlands,
reservoirs, ancient monuments and industrial history close to the market
town of Holywell, North Wales Basingwerk Abbey - The church had seven bays in the nave and two south side chapels in each transept. To its south in the adjoining east range, lay the sacristy, and bey Meliden Mining Memorial -
Memorial consisting of mining artifacts, erected in tribute to all miners, but situated on a site above the defunct Meliden Lead Mine.
Meli Greenfield Mills and Battery Works - The Greenfield Mills ruins lie in the Greenfield Valley, Holywell, North Wales. The Battery Works at Greenfield Mill were established in 1776. Local p St Winefride's Well - According to the legend, St Winefride's Well first erupted at the spot where her would-be rapist Caradog cut off her head with his sword. Restored to Stone Carvings on St Winefride's Church - St Winefride's Church is located on a steep hillside
below the small town of Holywell, North Wales. The church is one of a
number of North East Wa Greenfield Valley Walk - At the foot-path junction close to the Farm Museum turn left passing the old school. Bear left uphill along lane. On the right is the pit for the wate St Winefrides Well Chapel - St Winefride's Well Chapel is located in Holywell, Flintshire, North Wales. The Well Chapel is part of a late fifteenth century perpendicular-style re St James the Apostles Church - St James the Apostle's Church Holywell is in the Diocese of St Asaph, in the community of Holywell in the county of Flintshire. There is evidence of a St Winefride's Church - St Winefride's Church and Holy Well is located in the
centre of the town of Holywell, North Wales. The church has been a place
of pilgrimage for o St Winefride's Well - According to the legend, St Winefride's Well first
erupted at the spot where her would-be rapist Caradog cut off her head
with his sword. Restored
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