Our year 2018

We have had, once again, a busy year.  Interesting speakers at our monthly meetings, a trip to the Terracotta Warriors in Liverpool, a visit to the new Rhyl High School and a wonderful Christmas lunch at The Bistro on Wellington Road.  Committee member Shirley Williams became a “Freewoman of Rhyl” and our programme secretary and past Chairman Rufus Adams presented a Centenary lecture “Lloyd George and the 1914-18 War”.

The website has had fewer “posts” this year but was still visited regularly.  We had over 50,000 views by 12,000+ visitors from 74 countries.  The U.K. topped the table with over 42,000 views, then came the U.S.A., Australia, Canada and New Zealand  – we also had views from unlikely countries such as Kazakhstan, Albania and Lebanon.  Our five most visited pages/posts were:

Photo Gallery
Rhyl in the 60’s
Kinmel Park Camp
Golden Sands
The Pier

The editor’s pick for a post to revisit from over five years ago is “Football by the Electric Light”

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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