Rhoscolyn has a fascinating history, with its patron saint, Gwenfaen, first making her home and church here in 630 AD. Some say that the druids’ last stand against the Romans, who invaded Mona (Anglesey) in 60 or 61 AD, was at Cymyran, the inland sea between Mona and Holy Island and the open sea, south of Four Mile Bridge.
Two old photographs of Rhoscolyn, from a friend of Sue Hanbury
If you have any old photographs of family of friends taken in Rhoscolyn, do send them in (adress in the footer).
Another old postcard from Caspar Verney