Directory of Leeswood Blogs and Bloggers
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This blog is about life in Penyffordd. It is also a protest about 1000 - 2000 speeders a day through the village. Also we have a bypass but HGV's continue to take shortcuts. I want to live in a village not a race track.
My mothers parents came from penycae and ive been researching my grandparents who lived at number 9 hill st penycae. This address no longer exists the street starts at number 15.Many years ago i went to hill st and i think there was a ww1 memorial at the start of the street.Can anyone enlighten me.My grandparents were Charles and Mary Elizabeth Rogers,if anyone knew of them that too would be helpful but i think it unlikley they left wales circa 1900.My grandparents parents lived in stryt issa number 29 i know only my great granfathers name which was john he was a blacksmith and his wife died early.If anyone can give me information with regards to these families i would be grateful.
yours Roger Woodcock
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Blog raising important issues relating to how the Deposit Local Development Plan being railroaded through by Conwy County Borough Council will affect Abergele and its residents.
All the news, views and Barney McGrews you'll ever need to know about Hoylake.
I am 55 years old and have lived in London all my life. Well up to when I moved to Bodelwyddan 5 years ago. The reason I picked Bodelwyddan was I liked the fact that It only had a church, a chippy, a pub, and a post office. Wow that was what I was after a VILLAGE, a real village. Now some beurocratic Basxxxd sitting in an office wants to ruin my environment,I am devastated at what they want to do. I give my pledge that I will do what ever it is going to take to stop these people. They want to build more factories in the shadow of empty factories,The industrial estates are full of empty factories. Houses have been up for sale for over a year, yet they want to build more. What an earth is up with these people, I know, they don't live here.If anybody else want to help Just drop me an email.
Isn't it nice of Denbighshire council to give Bodelwyddan residence a chance to discuss the LDP. It won't make a bit of difference what ever is said. All because money talks. If you want a new school let the developers build a few houses. If you want some new roads and infrastucture let Tesco build a new shop. What a poxy way to go on. The ordinary person doesn't stand a chance. So why are we wasting time even talking to the idiots on Denbighshire council who are being led by the nose, What a bloody joke.
A Liverpool FC fans' blog discussing the latest events surrounding the Reds.
Life in a broken bureaucracy with a bendy and borked body
Hi I was wondering if anyone has any information on the local history of Moelfre as we are a new family renovating a welsh long-house there, its such a pretty little place I would love to know all about it and any funny stories anybody has to tell please, many thanks ladybug73
A blog about the Parish of Maesbury.
There is a seperate History Blog for the Parish.
A potted history of the Parish of Maesbury. A very boring place with a very interesting history and a unique purpose built canal village and inland port.
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