Monday, 26 October 2009

From Far & Wide...

I was just taking a look at the Statistics for the Blog and was pleased to see it's been attracting visitors from not just across the UK, but from all over the World. And not just from a wide range of individuals, what a wide range of organisations too. Employees of the BBC, Trinity Mirror Group, The Guardian, Oxford University, University of Wales, Conwy County Council, Anglesey County Council, Denbighshire County Council....the list goes on and on.

Of particular interest to visitors seems to be the Curious Case of Beatrice Blore-Browne - she figures very highly in the Google searches that bring people to the Blog. Unfortunately, I've come to a bit of a dead end as regards researching her, with several elements to her life still remaining a mystery. If anyone can fill in any of the blanks (or has a photo), please get in touch!

Also attracting high numbers of visitors are the articles on the late lamented Pier Pavilion, Llandudno and professional performance diver Professor Walter Beaumont.

I'm thrilled that the Blog seems to be appreciated - thanks to you all for visiting!

3 comments:

Reggie said...

Many thanks for an outstanding blog! CJ is an avid reader too.

Michael W said...

Me and my partner are lucky enough to be spending this week on holiday in Llandudno. We are lucky in that we can come here about six times a year, and miss the place very much when we are back home in Bradford.
Your blog is excellent and always full of interest to me, as are your photos and postings on other sites. I am keen on reading about anything happening in Llandudno and I would like to thank you for taking the time to write your blog, and post on others. Hope to visit some of the sites of your recent photos this week, once I've recovered from the sandblasting I received on the West Shore on Sunday.

Best Regards
Mike

Stan said...

Pleased to hear that. I always look forward to your next topic because I know it will always be something interesting, detailed, factual and extremely well presented.
Keep up the good work.

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