Logo
Welcome to Llanfairfechan's Community Web Portal
developed & maintained by Llanfairfechan Tourism & Amenities Association

Date / Time
 

Site Menu


Latest Forum Posts
  Thread Poster Views Replies Lastpost
Jack Daniels Whisky ! (Llanfairfechan Chat) Richard G 863 0 -
Jack Daniels Whisky... (Llanfairfechan Chat) Richard G 761 0 -
Bangor Curfew ! (Llanfairfechan Chat) Richard G 952 0 -
Poems for Llanfairfechan (Llanfairfechan Chat) Maddy Gilliad 19133 266 revans
Wed Jun 13 2012, 05:40PM
Threads: 403 | Replies: 2167 | Views: 248242

The Towers, Caradog Place, Llanfairfechan
Walkers Are Welcome logoWelcome To Llanfairfechan!

This version of the Llanfairfechan Community Web Portal is now closed and has been replaced. No further content will be added, and it is not being further developed or maintained.

The site's static content has been removed, and only the Forum and Guestbook entries remain, for posterity.

The replacement site can be accessed at the URL: http://www.llanfairfechan.org.uk

If you have bookmarked/favorited this site in your browser, we suggest that you remove the entry, and add the new URL. We also advise you to clear your browser's cache, to ensure that the new site displays correctly.

Thank you.

Graham Kidd
Site Administrator

Contact enquiries@llanfairfechan.org.uk with any comments or questions about this Site.

W.I. News

Superintendent Kellaher of the North Wales Police spoke on the topical issue of "Roads Policing" at the meeting on July 17.

At the June meeting secretary Louise Pritchard thanked Paul Goddard of Brynsiencyn for sharing his experiences of "Undiscovered Peru" and for the display of handicrafts and knitwear made from alpaca wool, which he imports.

The walking group is continuing its walk around Anglesey and details of the date and next section of the coastal path to be covered will be announced at the next meeting.

Arrangements for three forthcoming outings were discussed at the meeting: dinner at the Split Willow, Llanfairfechan, on July 19, lunch at Pen-y-Bryn, Colwyn Bay, on August 14, and a theatre party to see Alan Bennett's "The History Boys" at the North Wales Theatre on November 7.

Any articles, reminiscences, recipes, stories, poems, etc, would be welcomed by the editors of "Yma a Thraw" - closing date July 31. It is also time to think of the programme for 2007, so any suggestions for speakers or topics would be welcome.

For further information contact secretary Louise Pritchard on 680113 or president Soo Meredith on 681091.
gddik on Thursday 20 July 2006 - 20:48:43
Read/Post Comment: 0


Welcome

Username:

Password:


Remember me


Online
Guests: 1, Members: 0 ...

most ever online: : 43
(members: 0, guests: 43) on 12 Oct 10 : 21:37

© 2011 - Llanfairfechan Tourism & Amenities Association, except where noted. All other copyrights acknowledged.
Site Powered by the e107 Content Management System, © e107.org 2002/2003 and released under the GNU GPL license.
Site constructed and hosted by Sites4YourEyes, of Llanfairfechan

Click here to fight SPAM!
Can't open socket