Penygeulan,Dovey Terrace, Cemmaes Machynlleth SY20 9PP
Professional management for your holiday properties. We specialise in the management and maintenance of holiday properties for clients in the Machynlleth area. You can rest assured as your high standards will be passed on to your next customers without the need to visit the property.Our tailor-made management packages can include the cleaning, laundry, maintenance, gardening and key holding for change overs. Why not give us a call today for a free estimate?
Pen-y-geulan, Dovey Terrace, Cemmaes Machynlleth SY20 9PP
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Unit 3 Callow lane ind. Est. Callow Brook drive, Hasland Chesterfield S41 0DR
Our tackle is unique and sold at incredibly low prices - DCD won't be beaten on any price. We also have exclusive rights to Matt Hayes Limited Edition Tackle. Matt is Europe's most famous angler with television shows screened in over 100 countries. The brand is only stocked by Dragon Carp Direct.In addition to our own brands including Avanti; Boss; Carp Kinetics; and Marco Cortesi, we also sell other big names such as Shimano, Milo, and Garbolino.
Many thanks to Safe As Houses for facilitating this camera's location. This is a co-funded project on behalf of the Natural Environment Research Council (Nerc) funded project, the 'Environmental Virtual Observatory pilot' (through Aberystwyth University and The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen). They are exploring the interest in and use of internet-based resources to individuals and communities following a flooding event. Through demonstration to, and evaluation by a local community focus group, the potential of online resources to improve understanding of catchment hydrology will be assessed. The Dovey rises in the small lake Creiglyn Dyfi at about 1,900 feet above sea level, below Aran Fawddwy, flowing south to Dinas Mawddwy and Cemmaes Road, then south west past Machynlleth to Cardigan Bay at Aberdyfi. The only large town on its route is Machynlleth. Because of its origins high in the Cambrian Mountains and its relatively short length, it is prone to flooding and some roads in the lower catchment can become impassable during very wet weather. It is a relatively pristine river with few polluting inputs and is notable for its Salmon and Sea Trout.