Welcome to Clwyd's Townpage

Llangollen - A very interesting old town beautifully located on the River Dee. It figures a good deal in George Borrow's Wild Wales. Is mainly memorable for the Ladies of Llangollen, Lady Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby, who lived here between 1779 and 1829 and were visited by Scott, de Quincy, Wordsworth, the Duke of Wellington, and most of the other literary, artistic, military, and political leaders of their time. Their ornately carved timbered house, Plas Newydd, is open to the public. There is a magnificent 14th century bridge spanning the Dee, and the 13th century Cistercian Abbey of Valle Crucis lies close by. Motor Museum as well as Canal Museum and Steam railway.

Prestatyn - A pleasant little seaside resort with extensive sands and golf links. There was formerly a Norman castle here. Offa's Dyke, the border rampart, begins here and runs to the estuary of the Severn at Sedbury. The Dyke was built by Offa, a King of Mercia between 757 and 796AD and is about fifty feet wide.

St Asaph - A village city five miles inland from Rhyl. Famous for its cathedral, the smallest in Britain. There was a monastery here in the 7th century, and it was rebuilt in the 14th and 18th centuries. Ruined by troops in 1245 and 1282 and by Welsh forces in 1402. The explorer Stanley was educated here. Nearby is Offa's Dyke, running along the Clwydian Range of hills across the Clwyd valley from St. Asaph.

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