Despite having moved the boat away from LLangollen we decided to go back there by car today. We went to the service in St. Collen's entitled "Refugees and Asylum Seekers: Changing the Story". It was led very well by the vicar; there were plenty of dignitaries there, including two bishops, Terry Waite, the mayor and mayoress and two choirs from overseas. These were (our favourite) Coro San Benildo from the Philippines and Quire of Voyces from California, USA.
After the service we walked up to Plas Newydd to see the house and gardens of the two so-called Ladies of LLangollen who lived there for almost half a century a long time ago.
Tomorrow we'll position ourselves ready for the descent of Frankton Locks. We might even escape the lure of LLangollen!
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