Page 8 - Art Trail Magazine April 2019
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Easy to find the TIC, look for the tall building on the north
   side of the dock, that’s the Harbourmasters, now a Boutique
   Hotel. The TIC is almost next door. When you first arrive
   take a look at all the fish plaques on the front of the building.
   They depict the Town’s History and were made by the local
   community.  A fuller history lies inside in a special display.
   This building was originally a general storehouse and thought
   to be one of the oldest buildings on the quay. It stored goods
   bought in by ship and had two floors.

   Later it was a mortuary downstairs until the 1950’s. Cymdethas
   Aberaeron Society tell me that a regular visiting onion seller
   from Brittany stayed upstairs when in town (known locally as Sioni Winwns) and is remembered for teaching some local
   children Breton songs.

   Here you will examples of the work of the very best Local Artists plus maps, guides and fascinating facts about the area.
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