Harlech


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Harlech

(ˈhɑːˌlɪk)
n
(Placename) a town in N Wales, in Gwynedd: noted for its ruined 13th-century castle overlooking Cardigan Bay: tourism. Pop: 1233 (2001)
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Harlech Foodservice once again exceeded expectations with their annual catering exhibition.
Among the other highlights of the 2017 season will be pianist Llyr Williams and saxophonist Amy Dickson at Chirk Castle, an especially commissioned dance piece by Light, Ladd and Emberton performed in the twilight on Harlech Beach, enlightening talks by such luminaries as Peter Lord and Hazel Walford Davies, and a spectacular closing concert at Harlech Castle by the brass group Septura.
May 1 12 - 1pm Official launch 1 - 2pm Good Afternoon session with Gwyn Vaughan Jones and Annette Bryn Parri PS5 includes coffee and cake For more information contact: Theatr Harlech, Gwynedd www.
In 1985, the current Lord Harlech, Francis Ormsby Gore, inherited the property and the title from his media mogul father.
Wendy completed the one-year residential social science course at Coleg Harlech, and went on to obtain a first-class BA in sociology at Bangor University.
Harlech Castle has developed a real affinity for Southwell and he can make it a hat-trick in the Play Golf At Southwell Golf Club Handicap.
ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) Today's nap: HARLECH CASTLE (3.
HARLECH CASTLE has developed a real affinity for Southwell and he can make it a hat trick at the Nottinghamshire venue in the Play Golf At Southwell Golf Club Handicap tomorrow.
The youngster was with a large group of young people in Harlech Park, on Harlech Road, New Invention, on Saturday afternoon.
Nearby is the pretty coastal town of Harlech, Gwynedd, which boasts a foreboding castle overlooking the sea and dozens of quaint shops.
Fairborne Energy Ltd (TSX: FEL), a Canada-based oil and natural gas company, has announced an update for the Harlech 8-7-045-15W5M horizontal well (Harlech well) in Alberta, Canada.
Disgraced aristocrat Lord Harlech was yesterday sentenced to 100 hours community service and a probation order for driving while four times the alcohol limit.