Category Archives: Denbighshire

At Loggerheads with Crosby Rambling Club.

A slightly misleading title. I do not suggest that I have fallen out or that I am in dispute with the Rambling Club. I mean that yesterday I visited Loggerheads in North Wales with the club. I chose to do … Continue reading

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Corwen countryside

At the weekend I was in Wales with my local rambling club when we visited Corwen. Corwen is situated close to a bend in the River Dee and was once an important staging point on the London to Holyhead road, … Continue reading

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Moel Fferna from Corwen

I’m back in Wales with Les to do a reccee for the next Crosby Rambling Club walk. Only about 11 miles he said, we should be fine!. We set out from Corwen and planned to follow a section of the … Continue reading

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Chirk, a meander through The Marches.

Yesterday we visited Chirk, we were in Border country. Marches is a term used to denote the area on the border of England and Wales. Along the border there are several motte-and-bailey castles such as Chirk. For thousands of years … Continue reading

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