WW1 commemoration: Belgian refugees in Rhyl

22 Jul 2014 12:00 | Anonymous
The beautiful Welsh seaside town of Rhyl was one of the places were Belgian refugees in Britain stayed during the first World War. In light of the WW1 commemorations, the town has now done a research project about these refugees and has asked us to share the result with our members, so please have a look at their website.

Of course, you can also go and have a look at Rhyl itself and you will find more information about the area on facebook, on the local tourist information website or on the regional equivalent.
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