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  • Welsh Follies - Secrets, Stories and Scandals

    Welsh Follies - Secrets, Stories and Scandals

    Stories about 60 follies that are amusing, tragic, heroic, grand, modest, ancient and modern which may be found across Wales.

    £7.00

  • Frank Green - Lerpwl a'r Adeiladwyr Cymreig/Liverpool and the Welsh Builders

    Frank Green - Lerpwl a

    Mae Frank Green wedi bod yn cofnodi Lerpwl, ei ddinas enedigol, ar ganfas ers bron hanner can mlynedd gan ganolbwyntio'n ddiweddar ar ei ddiddordeb yn strydoedd yr adeiliadwyr o Gymru fu'n gymaint rhan o ddatblygiad mawr y ddinas o ganol yr unfed ganrif ar bymtheg.

    Frank Green has been documenting his home city of Liverpool, on canvas, for nearly fifty years, with his most recent work concentrating on streets built by the Welsh builders that had such an impact on the development of the city from the mid nineteenth century.

    £10.00

  • Uncle Tom at War - From Penmachno to Prison Camp

    Uncle Tom at War - From Penmachno to Prison Camp

    The story of Thomas Williams, born in Penmachno, Gwynedd, who worked as a tailor until he joined the Liverpool Scottish Regiment in November 1915.

    £8.00

  • Story of Kinmel Park Military Training Camp 1914 to 1918, The

    Story of Kinmel Park Military Training Camp 1914 to 1918, The

    This is an account of life - and illness and death - in and around the military training camp at Kinmel Park near Abergele in northern Wales that was set up in 1914.

    £8.00

  • Searching for Family and Community History in Wales

    Searching for Family and Community History in Wales

    This handbook offers guidance for tracing your ancestors and community history in Wales. Fourteen of Wales' foremost experts on community history have contributed chapters ranging from how to search censuses, estate papers, probate documents, ballads and paintings, to the importance of studying houses and landscape and identifying place-names.

    £12.00

  • Remember Senghenydd - The Colliery Disaster of 1913

    Remember Senghenydd - The Colliery Disaster of 1913

    On 14 October 1913 about 950 men were working deep beneath Senghenydd, near Caerffili, when there was a huge explosion in the Universal Colliery.

    £8.00

  • Ancient Cathedrals of Wales

    Ancient Cathedrals of Wales

    Music has always been associated with our cathedrals, having an important part in church services.

    £5.50

  • Vales of Clwyd and Llangollen, The - A Historical Guide

    Vales of Clwyd and Llangollen, The - A Historical Guide

    The long line of soft heather-covered summits known as the Clwydian hills forms one of the distinctive approaches to northern Wales.

    £6.00

  • Toilsome Task of Industry, A

    Toilsome Task of Industry, A

    While the coal and iron industries have been well documented in Wales, the copper business has had less exposure.

    £7.50

  • Gateways to Snowdonia

    Gateways to Snowdonia

    The mountains via Betws-y-coed, Caernarfon, Dolgellau, Porthmadog. The inner heartland of Wales is easily identified.

    £5.50