Abergele is a small market town on the north coast of Wales in Conwy. It has a population of 10,577, and 29% of them speak Welsh. It is surrounded by woodland hillsides, and they have caves which house the rare lesser horseshoe bat. One of the hills that surrounds it is Castell Cawr, which is an Iron Age hillfort.
The town is the site of Gwrych Castle, which was founded between 1819 and 1825. The current owner tried to sell it in 2006, but it went unsold. The Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust looks after the condition of the property and it is presently being restored. The film Prince Valiant was shot there in 1996.
Abergele's church, St Michael's, contains a tombstone with a strange inscription on it. It reads 'Here lieth in St Michael's churchyard a man who had his dwelling three miles to the north.' The sea is little more than half a mile away today, so it seems that the sea has advanced a lot over the years.
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