Watt's Dyke

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Watt's Dyke:

see Offa's DykeOffa's Dyke,
ancient entrenchment of W England and E Wales, from the Dee estuary to near the estuary of the Wye River. It was built in the 8th cent. by Offa, king of Mercia, as a barrier against the Welsh and lies mainly along the England-Wales boundary.
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An application to build 338 houses on land in nearby Rhosrobin was also refused, as it was said to be too close to the Wat's Dyke monument and would generate too much traffic and harm the green barrier.
Peacefully at The Wrexham Maelor Hospital, of Hawthorn Road, Marford, near Wrexham and formerly of Wat's Dyke Way, Wrexham, aged 95 years.
15pm at West House, Bridgend, on the subject of Wat's Dyke.
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Nathan-Louis Williams died at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd on September 30 after he was rushed in during the early hours of the morning from his grandmother's house on Wat's Dyke Avenue.
Wat's Dyke is believed to be older than its more famous counterpart, and stretches from Mid to North Wa
Nathan Lewis Williams, who was born on September 12, died at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd Hospital on the 30th after being rushed there from his home in Wat's Dyke Avenue, Old Chester Road, Holywell.
Wrexham council chiefs had recommended it was given the go-ahead, because they said would also help preserve part of the ancient Wat's Dyke scheduled monument.
He settled into playgroup very quickly and is now in mainstream reception at Wat's Dyke Community Primary School in Garden Village, we are extremely proud of him.
Woodland and parkland of Erddig Hall, motte and bailey of Wrexham Castle, Wat's Dyke and Clywedog Trail.
But at Wat's Dyke School staff and pupils arrived to find their colourful display had been ruined overnight.
SOME of the mystery behind the historic Wat's Dyke is being used to attract tourists.