CRUG


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CRUGCopeland Rail Users Group (UK)
CRUGCherwell Rail Users Group (UK)
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It's not very often that we are able to bring a unique property like Crug Bychan to the market," said James Skudder, branch manager at Fine and Country Pembrokeshire.
Ond mae enwau tai a ffyrdd yn awgrymu yr hyn sydd wedi ei golli hefyd - Llwyn yr Eos, Crug yr Eryr, Lon Bele.
Daniel is working closely with Anthony Tavernor of Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens of Menai Bridge, Anglesey, and plant specialists Sue and Bleddyn Wynn-Jones of Crug Farm Plants.
He was showing a plant that I exhibited at a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2004 - Schefflera taiwaniana, a hardy version of the umbrella tree introduced in to the UK by Crug Farm nursery in Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
Crug m Plants made a spectacle for delighted ors with their collection of exotic ts gathered from forests of the Far East Central and South America.
Crug Farm Plants made a spectacle for delighted visitors with its collection of exotic plants gathered from forests of the Far East and Central and South America.
There's no need to rush downstairs in time to catch last orders if you are staying at Crug Glas, as Janet will cook up your bacon and eggs at a time that suits you.
Just before you hit town, there's a hamlet called Griffiths Crossing, which is home to Crug Farm (not open Mondays).
This package also includes a half-case (six bottles) of some of the finest wines in the world: 1990 Crug Grande Cuvee; 1982 Letur; and 2001 Montrachet Marquis de Laguiche.
WILLIAMS Thomas Wenzel (Tomi Crug) Passed away peacefully at Bronglais Hospital on Monday May 8th, Thomas aged 79 years of Crug y feilog, Ciliau Aeron.
Scriptwriter Laura married 37-year-old writer Mark Williams, 37, at Crug Glas Farm, Pembrokeshire, on September 14.