Llanelieu history of halloween

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It is believed to have been founded by Harold Godwinson, who later became the Saxon King of England. Llanelieu church is said to be one of the oldest churches in Wales.

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the girls had claimed that you could read your future in an apple peel flung over your shoulder at Halloween, but The church is located close to the English border and its history can be traced back at least 900 years. It is believed to have been founded by Harold Godwinson, who later became the Saxon King of England. Llanelieu. An isolated place in the Black Mountains, this approach to the the church is along a grassy path through an



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