Dolgellau


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Dolgellau

(dɒlˈɡɛθlaɪ; Welsh dɒlˈɡɛhlaɪ)
n
(Placename) a market town and tourist centre in NW Wales, in Gwynedd. Pop: 2407 (2001). Former spelling: Dolgelley
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Such was my determination to freeload, I drove more than halfway to Dolgellau on Saturday morning to catch the TrawsCymru bus to that destination.
Dolgellau 9 Nant Conwy 8 NANT Conwy remain top of the table despite suffering their second defeat of the season, as they went down to a loss at Dolgellau in horrendous conditions.
Dolgellau lock Louise Akers and Uwic flanker Rhian Bowden, have been called up to the bench for Wales' clash with South Africa at Ebbw Vale tomorrow (2.
Os ddim, mae gan Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau syniad i chi
Member-run Dolgellau Golf Club, which was established in 1910, is up for sale for just under PS790,000 - after owner Richard Stockdale dropped the asking price from more than PS900,000.
Barn conversion with stunning views in a third of an acre of land Glanrafon in Bontnewydd near Dolgellau Fancy a spot of fishing?
The latest casualty in North Wales is set to be the NatWest Bank branch in Dolgellau which is scheduled to close its doors early in 2018 as part of a cost cutting exercise by parent company Royal Bank of Scotland which is axing 162 RBS and 197 NatWest branches nationwide.
A host of events was held to thank customers for their loyalty at the stores in Dolgellau and Blaenau Ffestiniog and the Spar store in Pwllheli which have recorded sales of PS1.
Among those to go - and the only one being shut in North Wales - is the NatWest branch in Dolgellau, forcing people to make a 34-mile, hour-long car journey to Aberystwyth.
The 23-year-old, of Ganllwyd, Dolgellau, pleaded guilty to burgling a former outpatients' X-ray unit at Ysbyty Dolgellau.
Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor's Dolgellau Campus is the preferred site, and following the college's merger with Coleg Llandrillo in Conwy and Denbighshire, its new overarching body is driving forward investment plans.