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    Online dating and friendship for outdoor singles and yachting singles who are interested in fitness related activities, the great outdoors and sports.

  2. Wales Holiday Parks

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    Wales Holiday Parks - Family Holiday Parks and Caravan Parks in North, South and Mid Wales

  3. Penygroes surgery left without Welsh-speaking GP axed ...

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    A GP surgery embroiled in a row over the lack of a Welsh-speaking replacement for the retiring doctor is set to close after no one could be found to fill the role ...

  4. Highway patrols banned from Anglesey A55 because of PFI ...

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    Highway patrols banned from Anglesey A55 because of PFI loophole. AMs and Police Commissioner slam bizarre situation down to fact that stretch of road paid for by £ ...

  5. Things To Do in Llandudno & Conwy - …

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  6. Towns & Villages in North Wales - VisitLlandudno.org.uk

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  7. Penmachno - Wikipedia

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    Penmachno is a village in the isolated upland valley of Cwm Penmachno, 4 miles south of Betws-y-Coed in the county of Conwy, north Wales. The two parts of the village ...

  8. North Wales Caravan Parks - Chalets - Lodges

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    North Wales Caravan Parks - Holiday Chalets - Static Caravan Hire - Lodges

  9. Tywyn - Wikipedia

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    Name. The name derives from the Welsh tywyn ("beach, seashore, sand-dune"): extensive sand dunes are still to be found to the north and south of the town.