FOEL

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FOELFriends of the Evergreen (San Jose, CA)
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But it was when Lesley hit upon the idea of creating a gin with flavours evocative of childhood that things got serious, and with the encouragement of family and friends Pant y Foel Welsh Gin was born.
A North Wales Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: "We were called to a house fire in Foel Gron, in Bagillt, at 4.08am.
<BAbove: A brickhouse masonry crossing for the aqueduct, an old valve in the Foel Tower on the Garreg Ddu reservoir, and, left, part of the aqueduct, which has carried Birmingham's water 73 miles for more than a century
A visit to Portmeirion will keep the whole family happy Little ones will discover an ocean of activities and marine life at Anglesey Sea Zoo this summer Meet the chimps at the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay, or get friendly with domestic animals at Foel Farm Park, Brynsiencyn, Anglesey
Y Foel Goch is the next summit, reached by a descent to a damp col with DAYTRIPPER Head directly up the immediate slopes veering left slightly until you meet a barbed wire fence running across the hillside.
family and friends of James Blackhurst complete the climb at Foel Gocyn Hill, Wales.
The survey of Foel Penolau was conducted over two days.
RESULTS OF FOEL FRAS RACE (all Eryri unless stated): 1 M Fortes 1-48.05, 2 S Roberts (Buckley, M40) 1-48.58, 3 R Owen (M50) 1-52.10, 4 M Atherton (Meir) 2-05.14, 5 R Lewis (ua) 2-06.05, 6 B Johnston (Calder, M40) 2-06.27.
Colin Thomas, 29, and Keith Thomas, 35, both of Felin Foel, Llanelli, pushed and punched Mr Gooden.
Organiser Steve Ward said: "The objective is to walk, in one go, from the summit of Snowdon to the summit of Foel Fras, a distance of between 50 and 60 kilometres (31 and 37 miles), covering all of the 3,000ft peaks in Wales.
Police and ambulance crews were called to Foel View Road before 6am yesterday.
The event saw pupils of Ysgol y Foel, Cilcain, Nannerch, Nercwys and Ysgol y Waun, Gwerrnaffield, spend an afternoon at Gwernymynydd CP School to take part in a science project thanks to a Flintshire County Council Small and Rural Schools Grant.