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Caer·nar·fon

 (kär-när′vən)
A town of northwest Wales on a narrow strait of the Irish Sea opposite Anglesey Island. The investiture of Charles as Prince of Wales took place in the castle here in 1969.

Caernarfon

(kɑːˈnɑːvən) ,

Caernarvon

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Carnarvon

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(Placename) a port and resort in NW Wales, in Gwynedd on the Menai Strait: 13th-century castle. Pop: 9726 (2001)
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From the time of the Edwards such buildings as Conway or Caernarvon castles, to say nothing of Royal Windsor, had shown that it was possible to secure luxury in peace as well as security in times of trouble.
I RECENTLY came across a letter I received from Barrie Milson, the pubs checks expert, which he had sent me back in 2010 and in which he had written: "I thought you might like to know of some of the pubs that I've come across in my research of many years, they are as follows: Sebastapol Hotel, Adam Street; Beaufort Arms, The Hayes; Caerphilly Castle, Working Street; St Fagans Castle, St Mary Street; Caernarvon Castle, James Street; Napoleon The Third, Evelyn Street; Cork And Kerry Arms, Lucknow Street; Liverpool Tavern, Bute Terrace; Cross Guns, Adam Street; Princess Royal, Hewell Street; Cyfarthfa Castle, Mill Lane; Gas Inn, Mary Ann Street; North Pole Tavern, Bute Street; and American Eagle Tavern, Bute Street.
The victim was hit by a vehicle in Caernarvon Way around 10.
Devenport, of Caernarvon Close, Eston, was released on unconditional bail until her trial at Teesside Magistrates' Court which will begin on the morning August 16.
1969: Prince Charles was invested as Prince of Wales by the Queen at Caernarvon Castle.
Notes: A MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING WILL BE HELD at 10:00am on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Caernarvon Township Municipal Building, located at 3307 Main Street, Morgantown, PA 19543.
The other perspective to this tale comes from Gwenhwyfar, Cecily's Welsh maid, who went from being future lady of the household at Caernarvon to struggling to survive.
1911: The Prince of Wales's investiture took place at Caernarvon Castle.
Instead, they're currently in a caravan in Caernarvon, from where they've been sending me pictures of them happily playing beach cricket in the pouring rain.
Caernarvon Township supervisors voted Tuesday night to advertise a change to the zoning ordinance that would allow solar panels in all zoning districts in the township.
Their real target was a neighbour who had earlier been arrested, Caernarvon Crown Court was told.
Glyn died at home near Caernarvon, north Wales, on Friday night surrounded by his wife Carrie and children Cathy, 36 and Lloyd.