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Comments, suggetions and ideas for plan to be received by the secretary no later than 14th September. The final plan will go to a full meeting before approval. Comments and suggetions regarding the proposed response should reach the secretary no later than 14th October Full list of dates is posted here. Details are posted under documents, the suggested reponse form the Association is posted here. A revision to the proposed response is set out above. Any comments should be emailed to the Secretary no later than 14th September The draft minutes of this meeting are published here. Election of a Vice Chair will take place at the next full Quarterly Meeting with restrictions allow.

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We are continuing to look for alternative funding so that we can resume training in North Wales. To receive updates and developments on the project, follow us on social media links below or check back on this page later. The idea is that these ambassadors would find ways of starting conversations, find opportunities to share their knowledge and when someone discloses to them, be able to provide a helpful supportive response including signposts to local specialist services.

Community Ambassadors are not volunteers or professionals.

An advert telling readers of the North Wales Weekly News about the change in publication date. A Trinity Mirror spokesman said: “We’ve moved.

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Think of The Warren as a retreat for your senses. Its private beach location boasts golden sands and soul-reviving views of Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia. A boat launch ramp accesses internationally recognised sailing waters washed by the temperate Gulf Stream. Its magnificent proximity to some of the UK’s most impressive mountains provides the perfect escape. Plus, nearby Abersoch is a desirable destination for retail therapy and tasty local cuisine. And, of course, first class leisure, sports and spa facilities offer relaxation and rejuvenation alike.

With stunning views over the bay, our Sandbar at The Warren is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy delicious food and drink. Wake up with a touch of luxury and have breakfast watching the sun rise over the horizon, or indulge in our mouth-watering lunch and dinner menus, with the option to taste our locally-caught fresh fish and seafood.

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A long time ago pilgrims in their thousands were finding their way to Bardsey Island, drawn to the place where the sun sets over the watery horizon at the end of the world. The route goes via prehistoric stone circles, ancient churches, thousand year-old stone crosses, sacred springs and waterfalls. You will pass through magical woodlands and across great rivers, up mountains and along coast paths spattered by salty air, along ancient roadways, through wilderness and human settlements.

Tiny stone churches nestled into the hills provide shelter and rest along the Way, much as they would have done in the past — original pilgrim places. Manley Hopkins, RS Thomas and several great Welsh poets have all taken inspiration here, as you may do too. If you are lucky you may experience the most poetic pinnacle of all, the tricky crossing to Bardsey Island in a simple boat, like so many seeking transcendence have done before you.

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Local newspapers are packed with information about the community. They can include contemporary news reports, commentary and debates, business advertisements, letters to the editor, obituaries, notices of birth and marriage and more. Newspapers are either available in hardcopy or on microfilm. To view a hardcopy newspaper book a place in the searchroom today.

If you want to view newspapers available on microfilm, you will need to book a microfilm reader. There are no restrictions on accessing records except where the item is too fragile to view. The National Library of Wales provides online access to Welsh newspapers online free of charge. Welsh Newspapers Online currently lets you search and access over 1,, pages from nearly newspaper publications generally up to The British Library provides online access to over 6 million fully searchable newspaper pages, featuring more than newspaper titles from every part of the UK and Ireland.

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HELLO there! We centre our editorial coverage on the county of Conwy, but for historical reasons Abergele and its surrounds has been looked after by one of our sister titles. Yes, like many things based on tradition this is a bit of a puzzle, particularly as so many people in Abergele and its surrounding villages already keep a regular date with the Weekly News. Well things change from today with Abergele now becoming a focal part of the North Wales Weekly News coverage.

We want you to treat the Weekly News as YOUR newspaper and we invite you and all readers to have your say on what we do and how we do it.

Follow the latest news for Bangor in Gwynedd, Wales, UK – Local news and Caernarfon’s Slate Quay development opening date pushed back due to pandemic. 0 and North Wales Police visited Belle Vue pub in Upper Bangor last week.

The students will be reporting on separate projects that contribute towards improving patient care in Wales. Final year Radiography students who are graduating from Bangor University this week have all secured employment at various health boards in England and Wales. Proceeds to the Quthing project All welcome. The programme is a new factual format for S4C, developed in partnership with Sony Pictures Television. It brings two unlikely generations together to share their day care in a centre for older people in North Wales.

Francesca Elner has been nominated and shortlisted for the VP choice award for her hard work as a student representative for adult nursing in the School of Health Care Sciences. The Students’ Union stated Francesca, had gone above and beyond in her role with high involvement in student engagement, lobbying for change and feeding back into the Students’ Union. People who have experienced abuse, neglect and other adverse childhood experiences ACEs such as living with domestic violence during their childhood are at much greater risk of mental illness throughout life.

Wales braced for more rain and 70mph winds as Storm Francis due to hit

Completely customisable, the North Wales Live App allows you to tailor what news you consume and when. You can even follow your favourite North West football teams, so that you can keep up to date on the teams you care about, whether that be Wrexham, Liverpool or Everton. This update marks a big change for User Accounts and Commenting going forward in order to address a number of issues. In this release, we have updated the user accounts back end, what does this mean for you? We are sorry for the small inconvenience but it is a necessary step to ensure your data security.

If you don’t remember your login details, you can use the “Forgot Password” feature to reset it.

It’s the top weekly newspaper in North Wales and we hope you are as happy to villages already keep a regular date with the Weekly News.

Forecasters predict winds of up to 70mph and heavy rainfall – up to 90mm in places. The Met Office has warned of “flying debris” which could cause injury and danger to life. Wales News. Wales braced for more rain and 70mph winds as Storm Francis due to hit Forecasters predict winds of up to 70mph and heavy rainfall – up to 90mm in places. Severe winds cause disruption across parts of Wales. Warning after hiker completing charity challenge has to be rescued from mountain.

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