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Main discussion / Re: DontEvenReply.com
« Last post by that guy on Thursday 06 December 2018, 1923 »
*applauds*
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Main discussion / DontEvenReply.com
« Last post by Jean on Wednesday 05 December 2018, 2102 »
This is a collection of e-mails the blogger has sent to people who post classified ads. His goal is to mess with them, confuse them, etc.

(Warning: some colourful language, possibly not quite the thing for those of a nervous disposition ... )
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Leisure activities / Great Orme, Llandudno: Weds 13 Feb 2019 - Clearing scrub
« Last post by Jean on Wednesday 05 December 2018, 1502 »
Would you like to join the Friends of GAT (Gwnedd Archaeological Trust) for a day at the Former Royal Artillery School, Great Orme, Llandudno?

Situated in the Great Orme Country Park the former Artillery School is a scheduled monument.

Come and join us for the day on Wednesday 13th February and help us clear scrub / vegetation, targeting interesting / hidden elements. The project is jointly organised by Cadw, Great Orme Country Park and Gwynedd Archaeological Trust. Tools and health and safety equipment will be provided for those taking part.

If you’d like to take part please contact Dan Amor to book a place:

Dan Amor

Swyddog Allgymorth ac Addysg / Outreach and Education Officer

Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Gwynedd / Gwynedd Archaeological Trust
Craig Beuno
Ffordd y Garth

Bangor
Gwynedd
LL57 2RT


Ffôn / Tel: 01248 366970 / 07741 292802

Ebost / Email:  dan.amor@heneb.co.uk

Wefan / Website:  www.heneb.co.uk

Fy oriau swyddfa arferol: Dydd Mawrth / Mercher / Iau, 8.30yb – 4.30yh

My usual office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 8.30am – 4.30pm
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Leisure activities / Tour the refurbished Market Hall Friday December 7th, 2018
« Last post by Jean on Wednesday 05 December 2018, 1415 »
For details, see here.
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Coming soon to Holyhead / Re: Market Hall - Open Doors Friday 29 September 2017
« Last post by Jean on Monday 03 December 2018, 1647 »
Please excuse my ignorance, but what is the hall being used for now? Is it a market, or a library - or something else? (serious question).

The official line appears to be that it's in the process of being transformed into:
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an impressive new library, information and enterprise hub ...

Although someone on the ground might be able to provide more up-to-date information.
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Coming soon to Holyhead / Re: Market Hall - Open Doors Friday 29 September 2017
« Last post by Nooks on Sunday 02 December 2018, 1117 »
Please excuse my ignorance, but what is the hall being used for now? Is it a market, or a library - or something else? (serious question).
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Main discussion / Re: Llaingoch's Telly Bit And That
« Last post by Jean on Friday 30 November 2018, 1846 »
Edubba A (in Sumerian; English subtitles) (21.44 mins)

Adaptation of the Sumerian text known as Edubba A. Possibly the first (and maybe also the last) film in Sumerian ever to be made.

The scholar bears a striking resemblance to my elddest daughter :-0

So does your eldest daughter speak fluent Sumerian too, Tref?

If so, perhaps she could have a career in the burgeoning Sumerian film industry ...

In fact, if she can speak Welsh as well, perhaps she could appear in films combining the two.

Sumerollyhead  ...
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Coming soon to Holyhead / Re: Market Hall - Open Doors Friday 29 September 2017
« Last post by that guy on Friday 30 November 2018, 1835 »
Tour the refurbished Market Hall Friday December 7th.

If you’d like a place on one of the four guided tours, please contact Isle of Anglesey County Council’s Heritage Regeneration Team at markethall@anglesey.gov.uk or on 01248 752465.

Holyhead's Mayor Cllr. Keith Thomas said:
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"The re-opening of the Market Hall will preserve a piece of the town's history.  There is a great need to keep the building looking presentable as it contains such great history.  The project will safeguard a historic building for the future and brings the library into the modern era too with the computers being set-up there. It should also attract more businesses to the area.

We, as a town, are really looking forward to the Market Hall coming back into use and it's a welcome investment in my opinion.

Cllr. Carwyn Jones said:
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"It will provide a new home for Holyhead Library and the Island’s local history collections; provide exhibitions interpreting Holyhead's story with opportunities for new spaces for learning, training, community activity space and a coffee shop.”
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Main discussion / Re: Llaingoch's Telly Bit And That
« Last post by Trefignath on Friday 30 November 2018, 1737 »
Edubba A (in Sumerian; English subtitles) (21.44 mins)

Adaptation of the Sumerian text known as Edubba A. Possibly the first (and maybe also the last) film in Sumerian ever to be made.

The scholar bears a striking resemblance to my elddest daughter :-0
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