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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Play moved to away territory and fly-half Gerwyn Thomas put Dolgellau ahead with a penalty.
At this point, passengers for Dolgellau and beyond - nearly everyone on our bus - might have been collected on one bus for a non-stop dash south, leaving the other bus to serve intermediate villages.
Dolgellau took the lead after 11 minutes when Tom Roberts converted the first of his three successful penalties.
Yn 2017 gwerthwyd pob tocyn ar gyfer gwyl flynyddol Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau ac o ganlyniad cafodd llawer o gefnogwyr eu siomi.
But members fear the facility in Dolgellau could be turned into pasture land unless a buyer comes forward soon.
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.
It's understandable that RBS, which had to be bailed out by the government a few years ago, wants to make its business more efficient, but to a rural community like that of Dolgellau the closure of another bank branch is a bitter blow.
Dolgellau and Blaenau Ffestiniog stores were the first in Wales to bear the EUROSPAR brand three years ago.
I know how worried people in Dolgellau are that NatWest will close its branch in the town next year.
He also pleaded guilty to stealing copper from a cemetery at Arran Road, Dolgellau.
Dolgellau is one of 10 campuses belonging to the Llandrillo group, which boasts around 1,300 staff and more than 21,000 students.
Derbynnir rhoddion yn ddiolchgar os dymunir tuag at, Cyfeillion Ysbyty Dolgellau a Chyfeillion Ysbyty Maelor, trwy law Mr.