Holyhead


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Holyhead

a town in NW Wales, in Anglesey, the chief town of Holy Island: a port on the N coast. Pop.: 11 237 (2001)
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This sparked concerns about the ability to bring in large cruise ships (over 300metres) to Holyhead.
Once again the principal and staff at Holyhead remain keen to stress that examination success is not the only benchmark by which a school should be measured.
Holyhead mayor Jean Williams was delighted to hear the news.
Stena Line's Communication Manager Eamonn Hewitt said: "We look forward to welcoming the HSS Stena Explorer back on the Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire route which will provide customers with even more reason to cross the Irish Sea during the summer months.
Travel on the fast-ferry Dublin Swift service from Holyhead to Dublin.
COVENTRY PUB, the Holyhead, in Holyhead Road, has reopened its doors following a stylish refurbishment, and to celebrate the pub has teamed up with the Coventry Telegraph to offer readers the chance to win one of 50 meals for two worth pounds 30.
The charge alleged that David Jones, 32, helped steal beefburgers worth pounds 31,800, belonging to Silvercrest Foods of Dublin, at Holyhead port, Anglesey.
They were assisted by Coastguard Rescue teams from Holyhead and Cemaes Bay.
The memorial, in stone, bronze, oak and concrete, commemorates how Holyhead played host to Dutch sailors who escaped the Nazi advance in 1940 at the start of the Second World War.
HOLYHEAD School students have continued to set excellent standards over the past academic year.
Money will go to Holyhead Gateway Club, Hope House and Leukaemia Research.
I WAS intrigued to read J Griffin's response (Your Say, March 5) to Cllr Gary Ridley's comments on off-road parking for Holyhead Road.