2012 Journal

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By Rhiannon Comeau The ruined medieval church at Cwm yr Eglwys in North Pembrokeshire is a familiar landmark for both ...
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By Simon Hancock The sinking of the White Star Line passenger liner Titanic which hit an iceberg some 400 miles ...
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By Anne Eastham It was after the monthly service in Llanstinan church on a cold and murky late November afternoon ...
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By James Meek Roch Castle is a substantial stone tower perched high on an outcrop of igneous rock in the ...
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By Roger Turvey The Bond of Association was the brainchild of two of Elizabeth I’s leading ministers, Sir Francis Walsingham ...
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with an introduction and concluding comments by Michael Eastham. Much of Ieuan Wyn Jones’ working life was spent in west ...
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By Julie Ann Coggins The Welsh woollen industry was considered to be the most important rural industry in Wales from ...
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By Neil Westerman Artist, author, composer, novelist, playwright, poet and philanthropist Fanny Price Gwynne was a leading member of Victorian ...
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Parts of the remains of Henry VIII’s  East Blockhouse at West Angle were investigated in July 2011 with staff from ...
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