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I am often sent pictures taken by visitors and residents and their relatives so I thought it would be nice to set up a page dedicated to this activity.

Thank you to everyone who contributes.
Travelling to Tywyn last week, I found myself needing a comfort break, and in the middle of nowhere in a little place called Llwyngwril there was a sign pointing to public toilets, and the building may have looked a little old fashioned from the outside, but the toilets themselves were spotlessly clean, soap, clean wash hand basins and a credit to whichever council ran them.
When I looked up the name of this little village earlier, it was so small I could never remember having driven through there before as such, although I have many times the last 5 years
I thought you would like to know about this complement that came my way. Perhaps you would let me know who looks after the toilets and we can give them the recognition they deserve. I am sure it comes as no surprise to us but it is nice to see that other people appreciate this facility.
Thank You Ocsar
if you would like to see the full story or contact the author of this nice piece click here
Travelling to Tywyn last week, I found myself needing a comfort break, and in the middle of nowhere in a little place called Llwyngwril there was a sign pointing to public toilets, and the building may have looked a little old fashioned from the outside, but the toilets themselves were spotlessly clean, soap, clean wash hand basins and a credit to whichever council ran them.
When I looked up the name of this little village earlier, it was so small I could never remember having driven through there before as such, although I have many times the last 5 years
I thought you would like to know about this complement that came my way. Perhaps you would let me know who looks after the toilets and we can give them the recognition they deserve. I am sure it comes as no surprise to us but it is nice to see that other people appreciate this facility.
Thank You Ocsar
if you would like to see the full story or contact the author of this nice piece click here
Travelling to Tywyn last week, I found myself needing a comfort break, and in the middle of nowhere in a little place called Llwyngwril there was a sign pointing to public toilets, and the building may have looked a little old fashioned from the outside, but the toilets themselves were spotlessly clean, soap, clean wash hand basins and a credit to whichever council ran them.
When I looked up the name of this little village earlier, it was so small I could never remember having driven through there before as such, although I have many times the last 5 years
Travelling to Tywyn last week, I found myself needing a comfort break, and in the middle of nowhere in a little place called Llwyngwril there was a sign pointing to public toilets, and the building may have looked a little old fashioned from the outside, but the toilets themselves were spotlessly clean, soap, clean wash hand basins and a credit to whichever council ran them.
When I looked up the name of this little village earlier, it was so small I could never remember having driven through there before as such, although I have many times the last 5 years
This is a set of photo's sent to me by G. Rare. I particularly like the sunsets.
July/Aug 2009
This is a set of amazing pictures of sunsets taken by Angie, a resident of the village. There is a cheeky little snowscene at the end.
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