Lecture by Cynrig Hughes, Thursday May 11th, Rhiwlas Village Hall at 7:00pm. “Unrest in Rhiwlas and Pentir – Penrhyn Quarry Strike 1900 – 1903” Contributions towards the maintenance of the hall.
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On Wednesday morning, 15th May, a number of us gathered at Hen Gapel i set out on a walk. we were led by Lucy up Lon Rallt as far as the “World of Ferns”. The aim of the expidition was to learn about the variety of plants to be found in the hedgerows that we
Parchu Pentir Walk 19/3/13 On Wednesday the 19th March three of us (me, Ken and Lucy) set off from Lucy’s house in Rhiwlas, intent on exploring the paths uphill, behind the village. Initially we had a look at the “camp” – a wartime site which is now a collection of concrete platforms, which probably are
On a wet Tuesday morning (13th Nov 2012) three of us, and a dog, set off from Rhyd y Groes past the vicarage and up Lon Rallt. Just after turning left onto Sling Lane (Clwt Rhywiog) we stopped to have a look at the group of Iron Age circular huts in the compund in the
On Wednesday 17th October, a number of Pentir residents joined in a short walk, exploring local footpaths. The weather was fine, but cold and windy, as four of us (plus two dogs) set off from Hen Gapel and took Lon Llannerch up the hill, coming out near Ty Newydd, where we investigated the remains of
On Wednesday 3rd October, a number of Pentir residents joined in a short walk, exploring local footpaths. The weather was fine, but cool and breezy, as four of us set off from Pentir square. We headed for St Cedol’s Church and investigated the churchyard. There’s an area to the west of the church which is