Dolgellau


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Dolgellau

(dôlgĕth`lī, –gĕl`ī), town (1981 pop. 2,321), Gwynedd, W Wales, on the Whion River at the northern foot of Cadair Idris. It is a market town and tourist center.

Dolgellau

a market town and tourist centre in NW Wales, in Gwynedd. Pop.: 2407 (2001)
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And Coleg Meirion Dwyfor catering students will visit the Dolgellau store to plan a Welsh Tapas menu, which will be sampled by Mr Davies and store manager Jimmy Roberts.
Dolgellau took the lead after 11 minutes when Tom Roberts converted the first of his three successful penalties.
The BMW X5 car which stopped on a hill outside the Last Inn pub on the A496 from Barmouth to Dolgellau to let through a passing caravan was unable to pull the heavy weight of the boat and rolled down the hill into a wall.
Situated in the hamlet of Bontnewydd near Dolgellau, with generously proportioned accommodation this lovely home boasts three en-suite bedrooms, two reception rooms, conservatory, and familysized kitchen.
Dolgellau is one of 10 campuses belonging to the Llandrillo group, which boasts around 1,300 staff and more than 21,000 students.
Any prospect of closure would also in time affect businesses in Dolgellau itself," added Mr Jones.
And Dolgellau mayor Delwyn Evans said: "He had so much history of Dolgellau in videos pictures, films and videos.
He also pleaded guilty to stealing copper from a cemetery at Arran Road, Dolgellau.
Having started in 1992, Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau has grown to become an important event in the Welsh music calendar.
Dolgellau court building has the potential to be used more frequently and hopefully a strong case will be made to secure the future of local justice.
Derbynnir rhoddion yn ddiolchgar os dymunir tuag at Capel Salem, Dolgellau a'r N.
Holders Dolgellau face a fourth-round trip to Dyffryn Banw in the Emrys Morgan Cup.