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Better late than never. Just one new page this month; the last for now from Clwyd in Wales.

This covers three places in the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Canal World Heritage Site, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, the Horseshoe Falls and Llangollen Wharf.

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General Disclaimer

In these litigious time I should perhaps point out that the world is full of dangers, both seen and unseen, and that not everyone you meet, necessarily, has your best interests at heart. I cannot and will not accept any responsibility for any loss or damage you sustain, however caused, whilst visiting any of the places mentioned in this site, or as a result of following links to other web sites mentioned herein.

In particular, you should not venture on to areas of open heath and moorland, such as the New Forest without a large-scale map of the area and a pair of decent walking shoes. Please bear in mind that mobile phone coverage, may be patchy away from the main centres of population.