History trip to Bodelwyddan

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St Margaret's Church - the 'Marble' Church
Bodelwyddan Castle

This year's Audlem District History Society outing is on Wednesday 11th July

This year we shall be going to Bodelwyddan in North Wales, near St. Asaph, leaving Audlem at 9.00am, back at 5.30 pm.

We arrive at St. Margaret's Church at 10.30 am for tea/coffee and there is a Guided Tour of ‘the Marble Church’.

It's then over to the Castle and Gardens for lunch and afternoon Tour. The imposing Victorian architecture is complemented by a Gallery of paintings from the National Bodelwyddan Castle Portrait Gallery, formal gardens and WW1 trenches system.    

Anyone who would like to join this trip please contact one of the organisers below.

The cost (as last year) is £18 — not including lunch. The coach is a 35- seater. Please book asap with:

Maureen Morgan ( 811373)  or John Whitehead  ( 812607)  or Dorothy Jones ( 811814 )


 

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