Caernarfon


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Caernarfon

, Caernarvon, Carnarvon
a port and resort in NW Wales, in Gwynedd on the Menai Strait: 13th-century castle. Pop.: 9726 (2001)
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District Judge Gwyn Jones sent the case for a preliminary hearing at Caernarfon Crown Court next Monday.
The crisis could mean the closure of one of the oldest clubs in Wales, although there have been assurances Caernarfon will survive.
CAERNARFON led 20-10 at half time, thanks to a brace of tries by right wing Iolo Hughes and another from anker Dafydd Hughes, y-half Kelvin Morris adding a penalty and conversion.
Kelvin Morris fired Caernarfon into the lead with a brace of penalties, but saw his third effort cannon off a post and away to safety.
The Assembly says the Caernarfon scheme is too expensive - but two other schemes of similar cost in the Cardiff area have already been promised funding by the Assembly.
Ania Wen Roberts proudly took part in |the parade at Caernarfon
Huw Griffiths and Simon Davies were both sent off for the home side, with Anthony Smith and Danny Jellicoe seeing red for Caernarfon.
To reach the last four of the biggest ladies knockout competition in Wales in just their second full season of existence is a great achievement by the Caernarfon side.
Gwynedd Council heard that a pounds 1m bid to the Wales Tourist Board on behalf of the Caernarfon Partnership to boost tourism in the town had been successful.
Prosecutor Jayne La Grua said Thorman, 37, of St Helen's Street, Caernarfon who has pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply cannabis and cocaine and is awaiting sentence, made various calls to Richard Broadley, 35, of Marcus Street, Caernarfon and to an un-named Manchester drugs courier on January 11, last year.
CAERNARFON kept up their bid for a successive Division One North crown after a comprehensive 49-7 win away at Llangefni.