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Welcome to the village of Dyserth, in the county of Denbighshire, North Wales, U.K.

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Dyserth Bowling Club - Dyserth Environmental Group - Dyserth & District Field Club - Dyserth Tuesday Morning Community Group
Dyserth Times Community Magazine

Sams Stores

Dyserth
Curiosities

Various Articles & Documents


Dyserth
Rest Camp

Panoramas

The Mills

Including
Dyserth Mill
Grove Mill
Marian Mills
Llewerllyd Mill

The Railway

Merseyside
Holiday Camp

Land & Landowners
including

Various grand families
of the area

The Chapels
Including

Bethel

Mynydd Seion

Horeb and

United Reformed Church

Dyserth

An introduction to the historic village of Dyserth

Talargoch

Including:

The Mines

The Leats

Clive Engine House

Miners & Widows tales

Working Children

Dyserth Quarry
and
Lime Works

St Bridgets Church

Including:

Jesse Window

Hooded Tombs

War Graves

Plas Gwyn & Bishop Morgan

Dyserth

Waterfall

Henfryn Hall
and
Mia Hall

Dyserth Castle

Built in the 1240s by
Henry III and destroyed
by Llewelyn ap Gruffydd
in 1263

Local Walks

Dyserth
Heritage
Trail

Heritage Trail

A Welshman
in
Wyoming

Acknowledgements

Dyserth
Brochure

Census Statistics
for

Dyserth

Links to
other sites

Our local band
(opens in a new window)

 

An 18th Century Stapleton Engraving


Dyserth Summer Fete and Fancy Fair, August 1916


Dyserth Peace Celebrations, July 1919


Dyserth Directory of Businesses & Private Residents, 1933


Official Guide to St Asaph, Rhuddlan, Dyserth, Bodfari & District, late 1930s


Local Defence Volunteers Exercise


The Singing Morgan Sisters in 1943

Victory Day press cutting


Article from “Herald of Wales” Newspaper,1951


Newspaper Article about the Urdd Dyserth, 1953


Festival of Wales, Dyserth & Cwm Festivities, 1958
(With a short history of the two parishes)


Urdd Midsummer Festival, August 1962


Centenary of the Restoration of the Church 1875-1975

Village

Organisations

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