A VERY WARM WELCOME TO HOLYHEAD.COM!! The original web site for Holyhead, that has been a comprehensive guide to our town since May 5th 1998! Please e-mail your comments or queries to Ann - email@example.com
To navigate your way through this web site it is as easy as clicking to the SITE MAP. There you will see four main categories PHOTOS, LOCAL HISTORY, LOCAL INTEREST and TOURIST INFORMATION. However before you do that just scroll down this page as there are some things you might find interesting if you are local or a tourist.
In the PHOTOS section there is a large listing of photos sent to me by both local people and expats. These range from the days of the WAR right up to the PRESENT DAY. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who have sent them to me. It is very much appreciated!. When I planned the pages of HOLYHEAD.COM, I had in mind future generations who will hopefully be searching through these photos to see what HOLYHEAD was like in the past. There are of course photos of current interest - things like the construction of the A55 road into Holyhead and the building of the Penrhos Retail Park and the Celtic Gateway bridge. I hope you enjoy this section and if you have photos you would like to add please get in touch! Thanks!
In the LOCAL HISTORY section is a wealth of information about just that! If you have intesting stories or history information about HOLYHEAD please E-mail if you would like it added to the local history of HOLYHEAD. Thanks! Click here to see Container terminal, Sealink & Stena ships rare photos!! - LLaingoch Carnival 1976-77
In the TOURIST INFORMATION section are things that you may be interested in visiting or seeing whilst you are in HOLYHEAD on holiday. You can plan your accommodation and book your ferry crossings over to Ireland (the links for the ferry web sites can be found below). We have a wealth of Maritime history here in HOLYHEAD and a visit to the HOLYHEAD Maritime Museum, the Green Flag award winning HOLYHEAD Breakwater Country Park, the very famous lighthouse at SOUTH STACK are just a few places to see when you come here. I hope that your holiday is a very enjoyable experience and please do not hesitiate to get in touch if you have any questions about this section' Tel: Holyhead (01407) 765353.
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What's On in Holyhead
Mary Parry Proudly Presents
at the Ucheldre Centre Holyhead
30th October 2016
Tickets available from the Ucheldre Centre
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re-union of the Original PDLM girls after 19 years!
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Waterfront Action Group Campaign to save our coastline starting at the Maritime Museum on Newry Beach to the start of the Breakwater at Soldiers Point, from destruction by Conygar Stenalines proposed Waterfront Development. Click Here for more info
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The former Empire cinema...........................The New Empire Complex click here
Holyhead Town Council is pleased to announce that it has taken over the Empire Cinema and from 10 June 2013. The Empire building recieved a major refurbishment and once works had been finalised the date of completionwas announced as November 19th 2013 for the Play Centre and November 20th 2013 for the Cinema section of the Empire Complex.
The Project includes a new modern Cinema showing the latest released films, a new projector, new Cinema seating on the first floor with full disabled access, and on the ground floor a soft play area for toddlers and for older children have a look at how the play centrell looks please click on the following link to the Holyhead Town Councils' web site https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3Bd2EZ616A . Quasar Arena and cafe.This hasl created much needed new full and part-time jobs.
Du Construction Ltd announced that work had commenced on the major refurbishment and overhaul of the Empire Cinema in Holyhead Town Centre.Holyhead Town Clerk Mr Cliff Everett had worked tirelessly over many months to secure funding for the project that should stimulate growth and visitors into Holyhead. He said "We are tremendously proud to have secured this work and the cinema and were up and runningnning by November 2013. Worksl comprised of the complete strip out of all internal finishes,seating,carpeting,new projector equipment,new fun centre including 9m high slide and soft play section.A new entrance foyer was constructed along with newly refurbished toilets,kitchen and cafe area.The entire external walls were given a full decoration overhaul as well. We are proud to work alongside both Dewis architects and Holyhead Town Council on this scheme"
Are YOU an EXPAT from HOLYHEAD? You may be interested in getting in touch with other EXPATS from the town. In the EXPATS section is a large list of names and E-mail addresses. If your name and E-mail address is not listed yet and you would like it to be please get in touch! Thanks!
Are you looking for long lost friends or relatives from Holyhead, or researching your family tree and need help?