The Queen places the crown on the head of Prince Charles at his <B1969 investiture at Caernarvon
Another got a watercolour the Women's Institute of Caernarvon
had given to Diana.
The companies involved are Caernarvon
Creameries, Abergavenny Farm Foods, Merlin Cheeses, Caws Celtica, Llanborfy Cheese Makers, Teifi Cheese, Penbryn and Pant Mawr.
lThere is much celebration among the stable staff at Bill Elsey's yard as Farthing, who was given to them by the trainer, pips Caernarvon
King (Reg Hollinshead/Tony Ives) at Carlisle.
j AERIAL 2000 aluminium rear drag fixed-spool reels, worth pounds 60 each, are won by Malcolm Owen of Twthill, near Caernarvon
for an 11lb 4oz shore pollack and by Peter Wood from Portland, who caught a 2lb 5oz 10dms Chesil Beach whiting.
Other stops on the tour: Portmeirion, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Conwy and the castle at Caernarvon
ESPI) for a proposed hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility in Caernarvon
Township, Lancaster County.
1969: Prince Charles (pictured) was invested as Prince of Wales by the Queen at Caernarvon
Fifty years ago yesterday Alun Jones featured in the Caernarvon
and District League team which took on the Anglesey League in a special end of season challenge match, a fixture still played annually to this day.
Whittaker, 46, of Caernarvon
Place, Blackwood, pleaded guilty to driving with excess alcohol.
Edward of Caernarvon
later became Edward II; the story that father Edward I told the newly-conquered Welsh he would give them "a prince who spoke no English" (as he was too young to speak any language) seems to be a later invention, not recorded until the 16th century.
A hamlet near Cowbridge has the name sign Pentermeyrick; in Bridgend there is a street sign for Heol Quarrella (sic) while a few years ago I passed a road-sign in North Wales for Caernarvon