Saturday, 28 April 2018


Punchinello aka Punch and Judy on Rhyl promenade, late 1800s.
On your left is the Rowley-Conwy drinking fountain
which had been erected in 1862.

A rare and rusty old tin that once contained "dainty pieces"
of  Mountain Heather Toffee made by
Convalli Confections Ltd of Rhyl.

During April 2018 the following posts were updated:

Circus at the old Pavilion / Trio Hazmas -

Dolphinarium in West Parade -

Johnny Gizzi -

J.W. Jones / Rhyl Pavilion -

Kinmel Park Camp, National Service -

Premier Inn project -

Rhylsville the song -

Roller skating rink -

Vaughan's Baths, High Street -

World War 2 -

Jafflong Spice
New-ish in Queen Street is Chutney Lobster Indian Restaurant (renamed
from Jafflong Spice) on the former Chilli Pink premises. Pity about the
spelling mistake "Takewaway" on fascia.
Preparing to launch is Tim's Coffee Lounge at 90 High Street (with black
frontage) formerly the  premises of Soulmates Bridal Shop.
Soulmates went round the corner to 12 Kinmel Street.

These references are added here for indexing purposes:
Front Room pub restaurant Rhyl, Reeds Rains estate agents.