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HENRY VIII AND WALES

HENRY VIII AND WALES

The archivist's notes are informative as to events and mrcumstances which led up to the Passing of the Act of Union in 1536. There was actually a very real connection, he points out, between Henry VIII's Quarrel with the Pope, which had begun Over the king's wish to divorce Cath
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
TUDOR POLICY

TUDOR POLICY

The decay of feudalism and the changes brought about by the dissolution of the monasteries. with the rise to power and influence of the landed gentry and to a less extent of yeoman land-owning families, as part of the Tudor policy, are traced in the comprehensive introduction to
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Launching of trawler by Llandudno woman

Launching of trawler by Llandudno woman

Mrs ft A. Forbes. wife of the chief executive of the White Fish Authority, launched the trawler "Wyre Majestic - at the shipyard of Messrs. Cochrane & Sons, Limited. Selby. Yorkshire . The vessel which belongs to Wyre Traw!-ris Limited. Fleetwood, has tweii built wider the White
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
department to close The one remaining Unk with the extensive Food Ministry network located In Colwyn Bay in the war years is to close down on September gf. It is the Bakery Finance Division of the Ministry of Agriculture. Fisheries and Foal.

department to close The one remaining Unk with the extensive Food Ministry network located In Colwyn Bay in the war years is to close down on September gf. It is the Bakery Finance Division of the Ministry of Agriculture. Fisheries and Foal.

Al' official of the Civil Service Clerical told the Weekly News it would mean great hardship all round if another department was not set up in the district More than 130 people were aßected be said and most f". them had been transferred Colwyn Bay from other departments in Guild
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
IN ASSOCIATION WITH PHILIPS RECORDS

IN ASSOCIATION WITH PHILIPS RECORDS

To anyone who can sing, entertain or play an instrument, this new contest offers weekly prizes and a real chance to become a recording star. A luxury week-end In London, at a West End Hotel, a test recording by Philips and the opportunity of meeting recording stars in person are
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
ABERGELE

ABERGELE

BOWLS.— In a Vale of Clwyd League match at Abergele on Thursday, the home team beat liighbury (Prestatyn) by ten points. JUMBLE SALES. A jumble sale was held at the English Presbyterian schoolroom on Friday, proceeds towards the church funds. The same evening, a sale was held at
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LLANGERN Y W

LLANGERN Y W

MOTUORS UNION A of the St Digain's MIMI& Was held on Wed nes- Ass. MP . R. C, Evans presidtug. The vicar, Rev. R. Caerliseadl Evans, conducted a shaft service, followed by jib address, and he was thanked gietzts. Chamberlain. Bryn d. Tea was prepared by Mrs. Edwards, Trn y Caeau
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Waiting list UP

Waiting list UP

The courted rescinded a decision made in 1950 not to decorate halls and landings of houses on various housing estates The work, excluding that of decoration of doors, will now be carried out free of charge Applicants on the housing list total 607, an increase of seven on last mo
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LLYN CONWAY

LLYN CONWAY

Following correspond en cc with Mr 0 Howell Jones. clerk
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
DANCER FROM SPAIN Guest of Ballet Circle

DANCER FROM SPAIN Guest of Ballet Circle

Members and friends of the North Wales Ballet Circle enjoyed an unusual programme at Colwyn Bay on Friday. The guest artiste was the choreagraPher and dancer Katrina Tamarova, who wore authentic costumes for the characteristic dances of Spain. Wearing an attractive Andalusian dr
May 17, 1956 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales