Click arrow to enjoy this beautiful harp melody as you browse through the page Clip used with harpist Cathrine Hammond's kind permission, which is an abridged version of an original 19th century harp arrangement by John Thomas Just wanted to let you know how much I have thoroughly enjoyed looking through your fascinating website.Especially as my Grandma was born in Dolgarrog and although I have visited this village several times, your site has given me a better picture into the life my Nan had growing up there.Here is a picture of my Nan's sister May Phillips, nee Owens.She was born about 1912 and is on the left of the photo.
Here’s why: It should go without saying that my kids will know alllllll about safe sex, and respecting their own and others’ bodies.
A few months ago at a party I met a lovely woman who casually recounted a conversation she had with her teenage daughter: “I told her, ‘You have so many great talents and strengths, I really want you to focus on school and activities and not date until your senior year in high school — or later.’ She burst into tears! ), but current trends that push young women to career and financial success to the point of forsaking their emotional and maternal needs, as I explored in this post.
It’s not just indicative of ancient ideas about girls and sexuality (we must protect our precious daughters’ precious virginity!
This section is aimed at families with connections in the Dolgarrog and Llanrwst area in the Conwy Valley, who are happy to share their family histories here.
There are also features on other villages in the area.