Author: The Bangor Aye

Bangor ‘Cold Concert’ to be held for local homeless

This Friday, 22 February 2019, Bangor Cathedral are hosting the 5th annual ‘Cold Concert’ with all proceeds being donated to local organisations who deal directly with people who are homeless in the Bangor area. The concert will feature some great local music talent and refreshments will also be available. Admission is by donation on a ‘pay as you feel‘ basis. The concert has been arranged by ‘One Heart’ a small local charity in North Wales who put on fundraising events to support the work of the Bangor Cathedral Partnership and North Wales Housing Time & Date: Friday, 22 February...

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Speeding Bangor Mercedes seized twice in 24hrs

A Mercedes car caught speeding at 81mph in a 40mph zone along Holyhead Road in Bangor has been seized by police, just hours after being returned to the driver which was also seized the previous night by Bangor officers. Following a number of reports of anti-social driving in the Bangor area, officers seized the vehicle on Friday under Section 59 of Police Reform Act, which states that a vehicle can be seized if a police officer or PCSO believes the way the vehicle is being driven “is causing, or likely to cause, alarm distress or annoyance to members of...

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Bangor hoax callers arrested by police

Police officers from the Western Priority Crime Team arrested two people in Bangor today, Monday  18 February, after they had allegedly made over 100 hoax calls to the police. A 35 year old woman and 25 year old man were arrested for causing a public nuisance and are now in custody in Caernarfon where they will be...

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Appeals for owner after dog found on the A55 at Llandygai

Appeals have been made to find the owner of a small terrier dog that was found on the A55 expressway near Junction 11 at Llandygai near Bangor. The dog was taken to safety by Traffic Officers and is now at Nant Y Corn kennels in Abergele where the dog is reported to be “safe and sound” with no obvious injuries. The dog isn’t chipped and if the owner can’t be found the kennel will ensure she is cared for until she can be...

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The NHS in Wales: A Health Economist’s Perspective on the Next 70 Years

Health economist, Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards of Bangor University will present a lecture at Bangor University at 4.30 Thursday 21 February, ‘The NHS in Wales: A Health Economist’s Perspective on the Next 70 Years.’ The lecture is part one of a series of lectures by the Learned Society of Wales marking the 70th anniversary year of the NHS. The Lecture is open to all and is free of charge and will be followed by a Q & A session with the speaker(s). Professor Tudor Edwards, who is Co-Director of the University’s Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation a...

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