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A new pavilion building on Glan Don peninsula, including changing rooms, meeting and training rooms, and a restaurant and bar will be the focal point of a new sailing academy and outdoor events centre planned for Pwllhili, Gwynedd. (PRWeb UK) December 27, 2010 A new pavilion building on Glan Don peninsula, including changing rooms, meeting and training rooms, and a restaurant and bar will be the focal point of a new sailing academy and outdoor events centre planned for Pwllhili, Gwynedd....
A Welsh diver said he discovered a pocket watch that sank with a ship 128 years ago and tracked down the family of its original owner. Rich Hughes said he was diving near a wreck off the Welsh coast when he discovered a silver pocket watch engraved with the words Richard Prichard 1866 Abersoch North
By Shirley Anne SHIRLEY Anne Owen's paintings and drawings reveal the beauty and wildness of the Welsh coast, captured in the deep of winter.
PLANS to demolish an historic church in Barry and build flats on the site have been thrown out by councillors. The scheme centred on the United Reformed Church in Windsor Road, Barry, and involved demolishing the church and adjoining Sunday school buildings to make way for two blocks of 21 flats.
By mark BRITTAIN FAREWELL, shortly, also to Carol Vorderman. Channel 4 has just launched its search for a new man or woman to fill the TV presenter's fragrant shoes.
ENVIRONMENTAL concerns about dredging should be given "a fair hearing" before plans for dredging more sand in the Bristol Channel go ahead, Plaid Cymru AM Chris Franks has said. Environmental campaigners argue that dredging for sand from the seabed depletes beaches.
BEACH-FRONT living with history is up for auction with this four- storey semi-detached townhouse. Located on the sea-front in the small, picturesque, seaside village of Saunders foot, it is expected to sell for anywhere between pounds 400,000 and pounds 450,000.
HOLLYWOOD actor Matthew Rhys was honoured by Aberystwyth University in its annual graduation ceremony yesterday. Matthew, 34, is from Cardiff but has close family links with Pennal near Machynlleth.
A SMALL Mid Wales woodland, bequeathed to local residents from the profits of Britain's salt trade, has been given a new lease of life.