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Date23 May 2021
LocationTesco Extra, Caernarfon Road, Bangor
SH 56147 69806; 53.20579°N, 4.15532°W
There’s no such thing as destiny. There are only different choices. Some choices are easy, some aren’t. Those are the really important ones, the ones that define us as people.Walter Sparrow, The Number 23
27 August 2016
St Pio’s Cafe is located in the St Pio Peace Centre at the Franciscan Friary in Pantasaph. The small tea room there had fallen into a state of disrepair and was relaunched as the current cafe in 2015.
St David’s Church in Pantasaph was designed by London-based architect Thomas Henry Wyatt (1807-1880) and was built 1849-1852. It was originally intended as an Anglican church for the village but following the conversion in 1850 of the donors – Rudolph William Basil Fielding (1823-1892), who became the 8th Earl of Denbigh in 1865, and his first wife Louisa Pennant (1828-1853) – it was donated to the Roman Catholic Church and it became the mother house of the Friars Minor Capuchin of Great Britain, who had had no permanent base until that time. The church was adapted for Catholic use by architect Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852), himself a Roman Catholic convert. The adjacent Friary was built between 1858 and 1865 and is now a Franciscan Retreat Centre. Both the church and friary are Grade II* listed buildings.
|Date||10 May 2015|
|Location||Betws-y-Coed||SH 79514 56357; 53.09077°N, 3.80060°W|
The pavilion in Betws-y-Coed Garden Nursery, on Holyhead Road, opened in 2014 as The Tea House (Y Tŷ Te). However, the café closed owing to contractual difficulties in September 2014 but re-opened in March 2015 as The Garden Coffee Company.