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Welsh Legends Snowdonia has a wealth of legends, some of which are connected to the Bala area.It was he who sold a copy of the Bible to Mari Jones in 1800 after her 25 mile long barefoot trek from Llanfihangel y Pennant to Bala, to puchase a Bible, which led to the formation of the Bible Society.On the north eastern end of the high street stands a monument to commemorate Thomas Ellis, a Liberal Member of Parliament for Meirionnydd.There are also some Norman remains – Tomen y Bala (a Norman motte) which provides excellent panoramic views of the town.There are many famous individuals connected with the town. Thomas Charles, an important leader in the Methodist revival.

Situated on the north-east shore of Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid) is the unique market town of Bala.

Surrounded by the Aran, Arenig and Berwyn mountains this little town in the heart of the National Park is a stronghold of the Welsh language and Welsh culture.

On the arrival of Tegid Foel’s first grandson a grand feast was held at the palace to mark the occasion, and all of the princes’ acquaintances, equally as cruel as he was, were invited.

Food and drink were in abundance and the best harpist in the country was employed to entertain them.

Bala is located in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales and makes an excellent location to enjoy the Park.