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Betws-y-Coed

a village in N Wales, in Conwy county borough, on the River Conwy: noted for its scenery. Pop.: 2860 (1991)
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It is understood the BBC swiftly block booked much of the accommodation in Llanrwst and Betws y Coed when it was announced the National Eisteddfod was taking place between August 2-9 in the area.
The three-year-old had managed to squeeze through the railings of a gate at the cottage and was running towards Betws y Coed when he was struck, by what is believed to have been a car.
Elaine Turnpenny, the library's shop managers, said: "I'm extremely pleased for this opportunity to work with the Snowdonia National Park Authority by placing goods from The National Library of Wales Shop at the centre in Betws y Coed.
www.ferns-guesthouse.co.uk | Tree Top Adventure Multi-award winning activity provider situated in 100 acres of woodland on the outskirts of Betws y Coed. Home to the UK's premier high ropes adventure course suitable for groups and families as well as a Tree Tot Trail designed for four-eight-year-olds.
She wrote: "My dog Molly fell into the river at the meeting point at Betws y Coed golf club tonight at 5.30pm.
The man and woman, who have not been named, were walking in the Llyn Elsi area near Betws y Coed.
Trains are operating as normal between Betws y Coed and Llandudno.
This walk will be led by Bangor Bethesda Ramblers (01248 680924) of on Saturday March 24, starting from Betws y Coed station car park at 10am.
North Wales Police tweeted: "Police are in attendance at Swallow Falls, Betws y Coed, dealing with a road traffic collision.
Youngsters dropped in at Santa's grotto and ice rink in Betws y Coed while revellers were also entertained with choir singing and firework displays on Saturday and last night.
Emergency services were called at around 3am to the scene of the accident near Swallow Falls, in Betws y Coed.
Dylan the Dragon tries out the ice rink while Sue Vincent of the Meadow Flower Shop enjoys the Betws Y Coed Christmas Festival CHRISTMAS celebrations got underway at the Nadolig Betws y Coed festive fair yesterday.