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Prestatyn, Denbighshire. What is now a small market town and a popular seaside resort, particularly for those who come from the opposite shores of the Liverpool inlet, was in the 18th century a busy industrial centre for the lead-mining district of North-East Wales. Before that, it was the site of a castle built before the days of Henry II and held by the Prince of Powys, Owain Cyfeiliog, acclaimed by Gerald de Barn in 1188 as one of the three wisest and best of the native Princes of Wales. Although Prestatyn offers much interest further afield in its closeness to Rhuddlan and Holywell, St Asaph and Caerwys, it is in the site of its own castle that it preserves one of Wales's saddest memories. For it was the aim of Powys, the central province and old Kingdom of Wales, to draw the North, which was called Gwynedd. and the South, known as the Deheubarth, into one strong state that might preserve Welsh culture and religion intact. Against Henry II, when he invaded the North through Flintshire. Welsh forces gained three considerable victories in succession. But the Welsh rulers used the opportunity only to challenge the position of Owain Cyfeiliog, who, from the main base of Powys had advanced his strength to control Rhuddlan and Prestatyn northwards and had also pushed his power southwards towards Brecon and lower Cardiganshire. The Owain who was Lord of Gwynedd and the Rhys who was Lord of the South combined against him, and Prestatyn and Rhuddlan were wrested from his control. There had never been a better opportunity to weld Wales into one state: and that opportunity was never fully recovered.

Nearby towns: Denbigh, Flint, Holywell, Rhyl, St Asaph

Nearby villages: Abergele, Bagillt, Betws-yn-Rhos, Bodelwyddan, Bodfari, Caerwys, Cwm, Dinorben, Dyserth, Foryd, Greenfield, Halkyn, Henllan, Hoylake, Kinmel, Llanasa, Llanddulas, Llanelwy, Llanfair Talhaiarn, Llannefydd, Llannerch-y-Mor, Meliden, Mostyn, Nannerch, Rhuddlan, Rhydymwyn, Talacre, Trefnant, Tremeirchion, West Kirby, Whitford

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