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Curious Clwyd

The beauty, the myths, the history & folklore of Clwyd

 

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North East Wales is full of wonder.  Within these pages you will find evidence of the efforts of its peoples to make sense of their surroundings, to leave their mark.  You will find evidence of breathtaking beauty, mystery and myth, love and hate, war and peace.  Thousands of years of history are within.  It remains a work in progress, so please visit the social media sites to discover what is currently available.

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Gallery

Take a journey through the beauty of North Wales. All images are available as prints and postcards - click below for more information.

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An ancient holy well, later enhanced - possibly by Inigo Jones. Beautifully situated in Bodrhyddan Hall.

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For a bright moment, Rheinallt ap Gruffydd ap Bleyddyn burned - scourge of the men of Chester.

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The Pearl of The Vale - The astonishing Marble Church, built in memory of Henry Peyto-Verney by his wife, Margaret Willoughby de Broke.

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Hidden away in the woods about Llyn Helyg - Captain Morgan lies where he fell, a hero of the English Civil War.

Restaurant

Where to Eat

Visiting the glories of North East Wales and in need of a break? From sandwich bars and takeaways, to restaurants and gourmet delights - all recommended by visitors to Curious Clwyd.

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