Monday, 22 June 2015


Recently the above item turned up for sale on eBay. The seller described it as a painting on glass, about 14” square. It is proof - if proof were needed - of how much of a town emblem Rhyl Pavilion was.

Same comment could apply to this old plaster plaque made in Austria:

The photo of the plaque was sent in by Dave Williams who supplied the following two pix of Rhyl crockery.

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[Youngers please note that Robins Corner Café was the
forerunner of Les Harker's Corner Cafe.]

More from Dave Williams in due course - thanks Dave. Have you, dear readers, got any unusual Rhyl items? Well, take a photo and send it in to share with the world!

Meanwhile I shall leave you flat with an iron:


Colin Jones / email:

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