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Gwrych and the Great War Event

A Report on Gwrych and The Great War July 4th 2018

Gwrych Castle is a major landmark in Abergele, and along the North Wales coast, so the desire of The Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust is to include as many local people in the work, restoration and function of the Castle as possible. Diane Woodrow, our Education and Community Engagement Officer, has been busy getting many local people involved. Wednesday 4th July was the culmination of six months of hard work with 16 pupils from years 8&9 at Emrys ap Iwan school.

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Essential Works Beginning

Essential works will be taking place over the coming months so certain areas will not be accessible. There will be large machines moving around the castle and grounds. If you are asked to not go down a certain route, please respect this.

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Join the Trust

Join the Trust Membership of the Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust is open to everyone. It is an easy and inexpensive way for you to support

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Dog Show 2018

Fun Dog show set in the grounds of Gwrych Castle, Abergele. Stalls for both humans and dogs also. Free Entry into the exterior grounds of the castle.

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Contact Us

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Finding Us

Finding Us Gwrych Castle is a Grade I listed country house in the town of Abergele in North Wales. The frontage is 1500ft in length,

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