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St Peter's Square - St Peter's Square, is a landmark in the town of Ruthin, North Wales. All roads in the Vale of Clwyd lead uphill to St Peter's Square, and indeed it ap Ruthin Produce Market - The market is held on the 2nd sat of the month, April to September, plus an extra Christmas Market in December 10am - 3pm. King Arthur's Stone - King Arthur's Stone is to be found in St Peter's Square, Ruthin, North Wales. It is said that on this stone the legendary King Arthur beheaded Huail, Ruthin Clwyd Street Viewpoint - A view from St Peter's Square at the top of Clwyd Street in the town of Ruthin, Denbighshire, North Wales. The town of Ruthin sits in the beautiful V Old Court House - The Old Court House is located in St Peter's Square, Ruthin, North Wales. Ruthin has more listed buildings than any other market town in North Wales, Ruthin Well Street Viewpoint - A view from Well Street in the town of Ruthin, Denbighhire, North Wales. The town of Ruthin sits in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd and there are magnific Nantclwyd y Dre - Each of the ‘Seven Ages’ of Nantclwyd’s history is evoked by recreated and fully-furnished rooms. Visitors start in the 1942 hall, then the 1916 Ruthin Library - Ruthin Library
Facilities and Services for Disabled People
Universal access computer workstation
RNIB Talking Book m Ruthin Gaol - See how the prisoners lived their daily lives: what they ate, how they worked, and the punishments they suffered. Explore the cells including the puni The Picture House Bar and Restaurant - As the name suggests, The Picture House Ruthin is a former cinema dating back to the 1920’s. After extensive re-furbishment while retaining much of Ruthin Craft Centre - The Arts Council of Wales Lottery funded transformation of Ruthin Craft Centre is now underway. This exciting redevelopment designed by Sergison Bates Ruthin Rugby Football Club - A Rugby Club was first formed in Ruthin in the 1920s but this early club eventually folded in 1933 and was not reformed until the 1960s. Ever since th Ruthin School - Ruthin School is committed to providing an education of the highest quality, endeavouring to develop the potential of all pupils in all spheres of edu Ruthin Over the Top Mountain Bike Trail - Ruthin Over the Top Mountain Bike Trail is a superb
intermediate ride that takes you to the highest permissive point for
mountain bikes on the Cl Ruthin Loops Mountain Bike Trail - Ruthin Loop De Loop Mountain Bike Trail Comprising of 5 interlinked loops, this route really has the potential to test even the most hardened rider. Ruthin Farmers Auction Site, Parc Glasdir - SERVICES INCLUDE
* Sales and Valuation of Farms
* Live and Dead Farming Stock Sales
* Special Seasonal Sales of Cattle, Sheep, Horse Griffin Inn Llanbedr DC - The Griffin Inn is a public house and restaurant in Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Denbighshire, North Wales. The Inn is idyllically located in the heart of Ruthin-Pwllglas Golf Club - Ruthin-Pwllglas Golf Club is situated in mid Denbighshire in the heart of the beautiful Vale of Clwyd. It is a 10 hole hilly parkland course which h St Cynfarch and St Mary Church Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd - St Cynfarch and St Mary Church lies in the centre of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd village in Denbighshire, North Wales. It is double-naved with a west tower Foel Fenlli Mountain - Foel Fenlli 511m is a hill in Denbighshire, North Wales and forms part of the Clwydian Range. It is situated just to the west of Fron Hen, and to the Moel Gyw Mountain - Moel Gyw is a hill in Denbighshire, North Wales and forms part of the Clwydian Range. It is situated to the north of Moel Llanfair 447m, and to the so Fron Hen Mountain - Fron Hen 458m is a hill in Denbighshire, North Wales and forms part of the Clwydian Range. It is situated just to the east of Foel Fenlli 511m, and to Coed Moel Famau Mountain Bike Trail - The "Coed Moel Famau" Mountain Bike Trail is an
easy/beginner trail with a total distance of 7.5 miles, 12.2Km, and an
approx. ride time of 2hrs. Clwyd Hills Mountain Bike Trail - Clwyd Hills "Almost The Delyn" Mountain Bike Trail is a
hard/advanced trail with a total distance of 50 miles, 78.8Km and an
approx. ride time of Moel Famau - Hill - Moel Famau, Hill of the Mothers, is a hill in Denbighshire North Wales. It is popular with walkers, indeed the Offa's Dyke Path passes close to the su Moel Dwyll Mountain - Moel Dwyll, 475m, 1,558ft, is a hill in the Clwydian Range that straddles the border of the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire in the north of Wa 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 Llyn Brenig 2 Mountain Bike Trail - Llyn Brenig 2 Mountain Bike Trail. There are two
trails, this one, Up to the Lake, taking you through Clocaenog Forest
and again around Llyn Bren 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) 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 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 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, Moel Llys-y-Coed Mountain - Moel Llys-y-Coed, 465m, 1,525ft, is a hill in the Clwydian Range that straddles the border of the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire in the nort Leyland Arms Inn - The Leyland Arms is one of the few remaining true country pubs with a real country pub attitude. The Leyland Arms exists primarily to keep the local c Moel Arthur - Moel Arthur, 456m, 1,496ft, is a hill in the Clwydian Range that straddles the border of the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire in the north of W
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