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Features

Whether you like learning a bit of local history, or are looking to brush up on some fascinating North Walian fact, this is the page for you!

A GIANT of the building trade continued its flying start to the year by opening a new branch on land which has lain empty for years.

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The 8,700 square foot Huws Gray store and showroom in Whitchurch is already proving popular with the public and trade customers. The three-acre base at Waymills was built from the ground up and features loading bays, exclusive lines and a top-quality kitchen, flooring and bathroom display area. Manager Gavin [...]

Peter Large Estate Agents have just won The British Property Award for Conwy County

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  Their team performed outstandingly throughout the extensive judging period which focuses on customer service levels.   Peter Large Estate Agents have now been shortlisted for a number of national awards which will be announced later in the year.   The British Property Awards provide agents throughout the UK [...]

Return to Study Helps Set Vicki on Course for New Education Career

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Return To Study Helps Set Vicki On Course For New Education Career A return to education has paid off for a woman whose studies at Wrexham Glyndwr University are to lead her to her dream career in teaching. Vicki Evans, from St Martins in North Shropshire, was working as [...]

A NEW-LOOK Snowdonia hotel has won a prestigious national award for the quality of its food.

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A NEW-LOOK Snowdonia hotel has won a prestigious national award for the quality of its food. The Royal Victoria Hotel in Llanberis was presented with an AA Rosette just six months after completing a stunning £1million revamp. Led by head chef Aron Davies, the venue’s Padarn Brasserie and Eryri [...]

PUPILS celebrated the support of the Bay of Colwyn business community after being presented with £1000 towards the renovation of a primary school play area.

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PUPILS celebrated the support of the Bay of Colwyn business community after being presented with £1000 towards the renovation of a primary school play area. Colwyn BID (Business Improvement District) Manager Cheryl Williams visited Ysgol Babanod Mochdre on behalf of firms across Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, Old Colwyn [...]

Wrexham Glyndwr Student Helps Unlock Museum Collection’s Hidden Treasures

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Wrexham Glyndwr Student Helps Unlock Museum Collection’s Hidden Treasures Hidden gems in the collection of a Jersey-based entomologist are being uncovered in Liverpool’s World Museum thanks to the commitment of a university student. Andrew Roberts, originally from Dudleston Heath in Shropshire, is working at the museum logging the beetle [...]

CLOGAU GOLD is celebrating 30 years with a landmark range of jewellery and a glittering vision for future growth.

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The multi award-winning North Wales business has unveiled the 1854 gold blend to mark the anniversary, a unique metal with a pale rose yellow tone that’s already proving popular with customers the world over. And the world is very much their audience following an unprecedented period of expansion which [...]

Staying power

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There is no disputing that the staycation is here to, well, stay. But whatever your reasons for holidaying at home, it doesn’t mean compromising on that all-important holiday feeling. Kate Hamilton reports. There are numerous motives for spending your summer holidays at home – ranging from financial, to saving [...]

A novel idea

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You can’t beat settling down with a jolly good book – unless the novel in question was written in North Wales… It should perhaps come as no surprise that North Wales is something of a magnet for novelists. The beautiful landscape can provide plenty of inspiration, while the region [...]

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