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Latest Message: 2 days, 6 hours ago
  • Steve: A great day at Lifeboat Bay, check this out if you missed it «link»
  • Steve: Hoping for good weather on Sunday because the countdown has begun to the Porthdinllaen Lifeboat's big day! Come and join the triple celebrations this Sunday at 11.30! The Official Boathouse Opening, 150th anniversary Vellum Presentation, and the Lifeboat Naming Ceremony! Come on down to show your support! See you there?
  • Dave mx: "There is nothing wrong with your monitor. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are now in control of the transmission. We control the horizontal and the vertical. We can deluge you with a thousands waves, or expand one single raindrop to crystal clarity and beyond. We can shape your vision to anything the weather can conceive. For the next 24 hour, we will control all that you see."
  • seancat: Ellie. C is 17 tomorrow and going to spend her first birthday Not at Poth in her life, she is so upset as are we!
  • didale: Whoops, pressed the smiley button for too long
  • didale: Great to have the webcam back! i have missed it Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool
  • Steve: We are aware of the webcam situation and we are working on it, please bear with us. Blame BT!!
  • Dave mx: It was working again today for a while. Quite like the way the screen pull works better when the stream is off so it's horses for courses. Very Happy
  • McFarland: I was wondering the same. It's a shame there hasn't been any webcam for a couple of days now.
  • caroline: What's up with the webcam ?
  • Dave mx: I've heard that the lower part of the webcam picture has been screened of as the beach is presently open to nudists. Cool
  • Steve: Whoop, whoop, Hurray, we have passed our target for the defibrillator appeal «link» however, that doesnt stop anyone who has not yet donated to this great cause clicking on the link and putting a couple of pounds in for this great charity. Thanks to all for your generosity. Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation
  • Steve: All boat owners should be aware that The National Trust and Pen Llyn Sarnau SAC are holding a meeting at Nefyn Golf Club on 26th August at 6pm regarding the Porthdinllaen Seagrass project. The meeting is aimed at recreational boat owners who moor and anchor in the area. See «link» and download the Information Notes and Desk Study documents for more information and how it may affect moorings in the future.
  • Steve: We are only £162.78 away from the target of £1500 for the Porthdinllaen defibrillator. If you havent donated yet and would like to support this worthy cause go to www.justgiving.com/porthdinllaen and donate whatever you can afford. Every little bit helps... Very Happy
  • Dave mx: The Lifeboat series is still available to watch. Episode one still there for a couple of days. With English subtitles. «link»
  • Dave mx: Well done John. Where there's a will there's a way. Very Happy
  • john: Had 2 lovely meals at the pub last week and the week before the on going saga of the red padlock rolls on its not a Radar key tried one we were lucky the main gate wasn't working so that made life easy back home now Crying or Very Sad
  • Dave mx: 20 messages back on here...A mobility scooter could be a solution.
  • howard.willi: My wife cannot walk far now, and we did enjoy going to Ty coch for a meal how can we get there now
  • jaylime: looking forward to friday when i shall be on my way to tudweiliog,looking forward to a day at the ty coch.
  • the wanderer: WOW, £1000 raised to support the new defibrillator.....awesome work ty coch followers!!! go to www.justgiving.com/porthdinllaen to show your support too!!
  • Whistler: Shame you've a name like helldiver then. Some mobile phone providers are more devilish than others, but probably the most devilish is the Internet, maybe the colonies should consider that too. I hope you have a wonderful birthday and see your friends on the wonderful Internet webcam
  • Twm: They do on Anglesey
  • Helldiver: We do not use cellphones here in the colonies. They are the work of the devil.
  • Helldiver: Their names are Terry Dutton and Drue
  • Steve: Happy Birthday Helldiver, the pub doesnt take remote credit card payments as far as I am aware and will not be checking this website as they are in full lunchtime busy period. Suggest you contact you friends by cellphone and tell them of your generous offer. Enjoy- have a good day!
  • Helldiver: I'm calling from Newburyport, Massacheusetts. To day is my 85th birthday. I have friends from Anglesey that will be showing on your web cam to wish me a Happy Birthday. Is there some way I can buy them a dink at lunch?
  • Steve: 24 hrs on and the Porthdinllaen defibrillator appeal has made 52% of its target, fantastic! Thanks to all who have donated, lets make it 100% plus. If you love Porthdinllaen as much as we and hundreds of other do just click on the link http//:www.justgiving.com/porthdinllaen and donate a few quid.The amount is irellevant, the support is fantastic..Dont wait, Do it now ! Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile
  • Dave mx: John. Picture of a Radar padlock looks remarkably similar. Could be worth trying a key or two Very Happy good luck. «link»
  • john: cheers Cainterrier down next week will get through one way or another thanks for all who have helped Very Happy
  • Steve: WOW - Defibrillator appeal «link» now over £500 in less than 24 hours!!! thanks to all who have donated so far, well done!!! Laughing Laughing Laughing
  • Cairnterrier: Re: Access - John. The kissing gate is never locked and is designed to accommodate a mobility scooter. The red padlock is non RADAR but is not used. The gate opens to the car park, the rider drives in and closes the gate behind them gaining access to then drive onto the golf course. Should this not be easy for the rider. Ask at the golf club house to open the vehicle gates as they have an electronic zapper. Failing all this contact Gwynedd CC in Pwllheli - 'Rights of Way' on 01758-704148. I h
  • Steve: BREAKING NEWS! - Porthdinllaen has just been presented with a defibrillator by the charity Welsh Hearts. If you love Porthdinllaen and would like to conribute to this and make our village a safer place please visit the website «link» via the link
  • john: it makes it so that you can swing the gate on to the car park making a strait run through not tried a radar key have got one but radar locks are mortice type may work if you do have any news please let me know thank john
  • Dave mx: It should get the gate out of the way, (may help) allowing it to swing towards you. Have you tried a Radar Key?
  • Dave mx: It won't make the opening any bigger. It's just an either or locking system. The golf course should have made enough space inside the gate area for bikes etc to pass through. «link»
  • john: thats the one Dave been asking every where and keep drawing blanks
  • Dave mx: John. Is this the lock you are referring to? «link»
  • john: can some body please tell me where I can buy, borrow, steal, beg, or otherwise get a key for the red disabled pad lock on the golf club kissing gate really want to go to the pub for my dinner but have to get there on a mobility scooter Sad
  • tracy: wish i was there today instead stuck in work boo hoo
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