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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Caernarfon's financial troubles stem from the amount of money spent on ground improvements, including a new stand at The Oval.
The proposal has outraged staff who are based in St Helen's Road, and they will today stage a protest rally on Y Maes in Caernarfon at 11am.
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.
Wyn Davies' rise to soccer fame inspired young footballers in the Caernarfon area.
The visitors were 2-0 up, then pulled back to 2-2 before Bangor equalised Caernarfon's third and could have gone on to win it.
Organiser, Geoff Harvey, said: "It's all about bringing a fun and unique event to Caernarfon for locals and tourists alike.
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.
David Dimbleby, who has presented the show since 1994, said: "I am very much looking forward to bringing Question Time to Caernarfon.
But Caernarfon scored the first try of the day from deep in Llangefni territory, gaining turnover ball in the ruck, and quickly feeding the ball out for back-row Llywarch Davies to burst through and touch down, with fly-half Kelvin Morris adding the extras.
A LUCKY pilot and passenger escaped with just minor injuries after their light aircraft overturned on landing at Caernarfon airport in Gwynedd.