If there’s a big group, will we be meeting upstairs? If so, maybe tell folk this, so they can find us?
I will look out for the signs. I’m looking forward to meeting you.
Trip Adviser says it is on Glyndwr Street (where the post code put it) though I have ‘walked through’ Dolgellau (on Google Streets) and found the caffi on Bridge Street opposite the Royal Ship Hotel almost in Queens Square (Llys Owain). Is this the right place?
It’s not too hard to find if you aim for Eldon Square ( centre) , stand at the Ship entrance and look to your left
If you’re arriving by car, follow signs to the main car park at the bottom of the bridge. leave the car park on foot from the main entrance (opposite the former magistrates courts, now a dentist) and turn right. Keep right, following the pavement round past a lovely little gift shop called Medi, on past the Red Cross shop and then a little further on, on the other side of the street, you’ll see the double fronted caffi T.H. Roberts.
If you arrive by bus, get off in Eldon Square and follow the flow of the one-way system down to the bottom of the square where you will find Boots the Chemist on the right and the Sospan (currently covered in scaffolding) on the left. Look to your right and you’ll see an old-fashioned clothes shop with caffi T.H. Roberts behind it. These photos are a bit old now, but it looks much the same.
Oh dear, I really need to look at this thread more often. I thought January was in Aberystwyth, which I could have made! I really must try to keep up!!!
Glad I’m not alone Jackie
Programme for this Saturday:
11:00 am meet up, T H Roberts.
11:45 am taith hanes Dolgellau history tour
12:30 pm cinio
1:15 pm ymweld â Ty Siamas
2:00 pm. Sgwrs yn Gwin Dylanwad
Diolch yn fawr iawn, Nia! It was lovely to meet everyone in Dolgellau today. I will definitely try to get to more of these SSiW Days Out whenever they’re reasonably near me.
Yes, thank you Nia for another lovely day out. Really interesting and also lots of fun! And great to meet people and siarad of course.
Diolch am y diwrnod Nia, oedd yn dirwnod gwych.
Thanks for the day, Nia, it was an excellent day.
Diolch I bawb hefyd, hebddo chi, dim diwrnod gwych.
Thank you everybody who came to Dolgellau today and especially Bethan Gwanas, Ywain Myfyr and Dylan Rowlands for making it a very special day