The History Of Abergele
Did you know that the name of the market town of Abergele in Wales is derived from the Welsh language? It is comprised of two words: byaber which means estuary and gele which is the name of the local river, giving byabergele or Abergele. The river also derives its name from the Welsh language word, gelau which pertains to a spear. It is thought the this name came from either the brightness of the water in the sunlight or the fact that it cuts through the land around it.
Abergele was once the location of an important monastery and is provided refuge for King Edward the First during his invasion of Wales in 1294. The site of the monastery is now the location of the parish church dedicated to St Michael. A penitential stone may be found outside the main building of the church. This was stone on which penitents stood to beg mercy from the church congregation as they filed past while entering and leaving the church. Other important historical sites of note are the two Iron Age hill forts. There is also a castle in the area – Gwrych Castle which was constructed in the 19th century and is currently under renovation. The castle has been the location for film and television shoots.
Claims in Abergele
While Abergele has many claims to fame within the world of Welsh history, if you live in Abergele and have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you are more likely to be interested in compensation claims in Abergele. If this is the case, we highly recommend that you obtain the support of Accident Advice Helpline. For here at Accident Advice Helpline we have over 14 years of experience helping victims of accidents all across the UK get the compensation they need and deserve. We offer 100% ‘no win, no fee’ compensation as standard and what is more, we do not require any money up front from you to start a claim process off. That means that you do not have to look to the contents of your wallet or bank statement before getting in touch.
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