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We have been advised by Royal Mail & Parcelforce that their delivery services will be disrupted by industrial action on the following dates: Saturday 1st October 2022 so this is going to disrupt the delivery of some orders.

More about this scene

Situated six miles south-east of Mold, Caergwrle is a small castle comprising the ruins of three round towers and a polygonal turret; it was captured and destroyed in 1282. It sits in one corner of what is thought to be an old hill fort, and was the last castle to be built by a native Welsh prince, Dafydd, brother of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, Prince of Wales. Dafydd sparked off the revolt of 1282 by taking Hawarden Castle. The following year he was betrayed to the English, captured, and taken to Shrewsbury, where he was hung, drawn and quartered.

Other Memories from Caergwrle

I grew up in Hope Village from about 1940 to 1948. I used to go to the Derby Cinema for the Saturday Matinee. I remember the cashier was Mr. Eccleston who lived a couple of houses away from the cinema. He was short and rotund and we used to call him "Harry Eck" We used to walk down from Hope, and always checked out the red telephone kiosk down the street from the cinema to see if anyone had forgotten their change in ...see more

Added 08 October 2014
My Dad Glynn Hayes Bellis was born in Caergwrle in 1932. He has a brother Tony and sisters Elena, Lynne and Christine. He lived on one of the farms with my Nan and Grandad. Did anyone know the family and where about in the village they lived? Thanks Juliette Reeves (nee Bellis)

Anybody from Hope / Caergwle, got any photos, handbills, posters, paper cuttings etc..on the boxing brothers the Fighting Fieldings? Obviously I would pay for them, as I'm researching for doing a book on boxers from North Wales. I know Bobby was the the one who fought two world champions; Jackie Brown and Benny Lynch. Look forward to any replies.

Yes I used to walk from the Lump, with Micky, Idris, Arthur Cartwright, Brian Merredith, Neville Shone and more. One of us would pay and some of us try to crawl past the little pay window and get in for free. Great memories.

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