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Memories of Rhyl

This pond was known to local kids as The Newt Pond, as that's where we used to go 'newting', catching newts and putting them in jam jars and putting them back after seeing who had the biggest (newt!)... We used to hire tricycles from the Bike Track, next to Rhyl FC and opposite the Grammar School (now Rhyl High (...Read full memory)

I have very fond memories of spending lots of weekends with my nan and grandad in their caravan which was on Sun Valley, Marsh Road, Rhuddlan. I used to be friends with the owner's daughter Linda, as we grew up we used to listen to the music in the club room and dance on the outside balcony, if I remember right they lived in (...Read full memory)

How lovely to take a trip down memory lane and see old postcards of Rhyll. My mum, dad, l and my younger sister enjoyed many happy holidays in Rhyll during the 1960's. There was always so much to do; we loved the paddling pool and hiring the bikes. l can remember how eagerly we waited to choose our bike, not all of them were in (...Read full memory)

Our family used to go to the Derbyshire miners camp every year in the late 50s and 60s. I had a disabled sister and they always put us in a ground floor family chalet. We also got front row seats in the theatre for the shows. We walked over the 'H' bridge into Rhyl where we would walk along the prom and go shopping for souvenirs. We always had a good holiday, even if it rained! Happy days!

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