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Places in and around Barmouth


     

This section of the 'Barmouth' web site provides information to the traveler about Barmouth and its surrounds. (For information about accommodation and shops etc., use the 'businesses' at the top of this page, or the link below). The photographs are mostly those of the author, John Pugh, a native of Barmouth and the author of this web site. Any photographs or articles that are donated are acknowledged. My main purpose for my Barmouth web site is to link people together and present the historical and geographical features of the Barmouth and Snowdonia area. Where links do not exist I plan to add content later. Hopefully the words themselves will stimulate interest. The site will never be finished, the stories not all told. The above picture was sent to me by a Barmouth resident.

Growing up in Barmouth was a joy, not only because of the sheer beauty of the area, but also because of the people I grew up with - my parents, family, friends and those who cared about our community and strived to improve it. This web site is dedicated to them.

 
Barmouth Sights : Harbour - River  - Bridge - Beach - Panorama - Ynys-y-Brawdd
Barmouth Buildings: Plas Mynach - Bryn Mynach - Hendre Mynach - Ty'r Craig - Dragon Theatre - Clockhouse
Barmouth Churches/Chapels (1): St. Tudwals - St. Johns - St. Davids - Christchurch
Barmouth Churches/Chapels (2):  Siloam - Elim Pentecostal - St.Marys (Llanaber) - St. Philips (Caerdeon)
Other Barmouth places: The old round jailhouse - The Sailor's Institute - Ty Gwyn - The Bath House
Schools : Ysgol-y-Traeth -Ysgol Ardudwy
Barmouth to Harlech : Llanaber - Tal-y-bont - Dyffryn Ardudwy - Llandanwg - Llanbedr - Shell Island - Llanfair - Harlech
Barmouth to Dolgellau : Aberamffra - Bontddu - Llanelltyd - Cymmer Abbey - Dolgellau
Across the Mawddach : Fairbourne  - Penmaenpool - Mynydd Pennant - Arthog  - Ffriog - Llwyngwril
North of Harlech : Maentwrog - Penrhyndeudraeth - Blaenau Ffestiniog - Beddgelert - Betws-y-Coed - Snowdonia
The Hills : The Peak - Dinas Oleu - Rhinog Fawr - Rhinog Fach - Diphwys - Moelfre
The Lakes : Tal-y-Llyn - Bala - Llyn Cau - Llyn Erddyn - Llyn Bodlyn - Cwm Bychan - Trawsfynnydd
The Rivers : Artro - Glaslyn - Ysgethin - Dwyryd
Barmouth Links: http://www.barmouth.net - http://www.barmouth.biz - http://www.barmouth.info 
Useful Links: Welsh Newspapers  - Barmouth News - My external links


John Pugh
Copyright 1999 [Digital Imagery]. All rights reserved.
Revised: March 27, 2002 .
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