Ruthin lies at the end
of the Vale of Clwyd in Denbighshire, North Wales. Ruthin is
an attractive market town with a population of about five thousand.
It has good examples of Elizabethan, Georgian and Queen Anne
styles of architecture, typical of North Wales. There are also
Celtic and Roman remains to be found.
Ruthin Town Square
in Welsh, 'Rhudd' means red and 'din' means a city. This
reflects the large amount of red sandstone that
Ruthin is built upon.
Llangollen nestles within the beautiful Dee Valley in the
North East of Wales. It is a town of varied parts, with plenty
to interest the most discerning of visitors. It is also host
to many different international events each year, the most
famous being the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.
Llangollen is where the world comes to Wales and Wales welcomes
Attractions and activities include;
Canoeing and Rafting, Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod,
Fron Fawr Craft
Chester is one
of the loveliest cities in England.Chester
ranks alongside London, York and Edinburgh.
In fact, Conde Nast Traveller magazine has named it "England's
Best". Experience the city's extraordinary atmosphere
and wealth of history, architecture and culture, and you'll
want to come back ... again and again.
2,000 Years of History
Chester was founded by the Romans some 2,000 years ago. Much
of the street plan remains essentially Roman, while the most
complete circuit of defensive walls surviving in this country,
still surrounds the old city.
Not surprisingly, Chester reflects every age of England's
history. The picturesque old city boasts a Roman amphitheatre,
medieval half-timbered buildings , unique two-tiered, covered
Rows , central Cross, ancient churches, 900-year-old cathedral
, famous racecourse , and tranquil riverside.