Beaumaris


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Beaumaris

a resort in N Wales, on the island of Anglesey: 13th-century castle. Pop.: 1513 (2001)
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It was an especially close call in Beaumaris Central, with former mayor Gwen Evans-Jones winning back her seat with a majority of just one vote over Robert James Macaulay.
It was an especially close call in Cllr Evans-Jones' Beaumaris Central seat, with the former mayor winning with a majority of just one vote over Robert James Macaulay.
The new $20 million school is being built at Sandringham Colleges former Beaumaris campus site, with existing school buildings being demolished to make way for a new state of the art school.
Supporters were told that other communities on the island could soon Alwyn be "hot on the heels" of Beaumaris as cuts continue at the local authority.
The PS8m project would see 39 self-contained flats constructed either at the rear of the site with the 50 pupil school being adapted, or Ysgol Beaumaris would close.
Minister for Sport and Recreation Hugh Delahunty today joined Mr Murray Thompson MP, Member for Sandringham to announce the funding at Banksia Reserve, which is home to the Beaumaris Football, Cricket and Lawn Tennis Clubs, operating as the Beaumaris Sports Club.
LATEST PLACINGS: Gresford 58, Esclusham 56, Conwy 55, Sunny Rhyl 55, Rhos Park 52, Cunliffe 49, Beaumaris 42, Llanrwst 42, Minydon 36, Colwyn Bay RBL 34, St Asaph 32, Llanfairpwll 29.
Quarter-final pairings: Beaumaris A v Beaumaris B, Penygroes v Bangor City (holders), Holyhead v Benllech, Caernarfon v Llanfairpwll.
Price: Offers over pounds 600,000 Estate Agent: Joan Hopkin, 01248 810847 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey Three-storey town house with many original features and a good-sized walled rear garden.
In a statement, the group said: "We have been advised that a full council election will not take place as the remaining six councillors have not resigned even though they are aware of the overwhelming opposition of the people of Beaumaris, Llanfaes, Garth Wen and Llanfaes Park.
The 35 metre high giant wheel attracted more than 1,000 people to Beaumaris over the weekend - providing a tourism boost to the historic town.