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PENMACHNO.

I LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

DEGANWY.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

GLAN CONWAY.

TALYCAFN.

EGLWYS BACH.

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CAPEL CURIG. PARISH COUNCIL.âA meeting of the Parish Council was held on Tuesday, Mr. John Griffiths presiding. A letter was read from the Postmaster at Llandudno re the curtailment of labour at the Post Office, and suggesting that the hours in future should be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. It was decided to agree with the recommendation of the Postmaster. The Clerk (Mr. R. E. Thomas) reported that the wicket gate which had been lying near the school had not yet been 3xett. The landlord of the property had promised to fix the same on condition that the Council provided the gate. It was de- cided to draw the attention of the landlord to the same, as 'he ratepayers were under the impression that it was a neglect of duty on the part of the Council. It was further resolved that "he necessary repairs be done to the footpath leading from this gate to Bryntyrch, and to ask the Gemoeydd Coun- cil to erect a sign-post at the junction of the Bryntyrch and Capel Curig and Crafnant footpaths indicatin.g the way to Bettwsy- coed. It was reported that the Earl of An- caster's agent had i-ot been able to make arrangements to meet the Council as pro- mised to inspect the Dolbryn footpath re- specting the public right of way. It was resolved to ask him to make an effort to arrange such a meeting within a month, ) failing which the Council would carry out their intention of erecting the stiles upon the path.

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