Rhyl History Club has had many and various Summer outings over the years – and almost without exception they have been hugely enjoyable. This year’s trip to Caernarfon yesterday was a great success, a good time was had by all. In the morning some of our group visited the castle, including the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, others visited Segontium. An excellent lunch was taken at the famous historic inn – The Black Boy. However, the highlight of the day was our afternoon “Town Tour – a guided walk through the streets of the Medieval town of Caernarfon” with our informative and entertaining guide Emrys Llewelyn.
Emrys is passionate about his town and is exceedingly knowledgeable about its history. He has a wonderfully humorous style, weaving anecdotes and funny stories into the wealth of history that he presents. Thoroughly recommended!! See Trip Advisor for more reviews
Many thanks to Rufus Adams and Maggi Blythin for their organisation.
Our programme for 2017-18 will be available shortly – check this website for updates. Our year consists of monthly lectures/talks, a Christmas lunch and a Summer outing – we look forward to seeing members old and new in September.