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Bangor is one of the smallest cities in the United Kingdom. it’s a university city inhabited by about 16 000 people, consisting mainly of students from Bangor University. The city was established by Saint Deiniol who was a Celt in the early 6th century. Bangor means wattled enclosure in old Welsh. Bangor was only a small settlement before, but it started to grow at the start of the 18th century thanks to actions enhancing communication between England and Ireland. In 1832 a parliamentary borough was established for Bangor. It was constantly growing because of shipbuilding and tourism.
Bangor is located near the Menai Strait by the coast of North Wales. Through the city flow two rivers: Adda (near the Faenol estate) and Cegin (enters Port Penrhyn). There are Railway station in the city and A55 express way which runs through the city.
In Bangor classical music concerts take place regularly in the Prichard-Jones and Powis Halls during concert series of the university. There is Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery in the city also. Bangor has a Garth Pier (460m) which is ninth longest pier of the British Isles. It’s was opened in 1893 and played a role of promenade pier for tourists to walk and buy souvenirs and food in roofed kiosks. Unfortunately it was damaged in 1914 but the destroyed parts of the structure were soon fixed. In the end it came up the damage is more serious than the engineers thought. It was fully renovated and opened in 1988.
Bangor City F.C is a local football team of the city. The team won The Welsh Premier League three times (1994,1995,2011) and also the Welsh Cup eight times. They have taken part in the UEFA Winners Cup three times. Bangor have also a Rugby union team Bangor RFC that plays in the WRU Division Two North and won BUCS league in 2016.
Bangor has an online news service called The Bangor Aye and also houses known radio stations like BBC and Heart radio. There is also Storm Fm which is an university’s radio.
In 1967 The Beatles visited the city. Additionally, Big Weekend concert festival took place in 24 February 2010, where among others Rihanna, MGMT, Kesha, Alicia Keys and Pixie Lott performed. Duffy a British singer songwriter and actress comes from the Bangor. Bangor University achieved a Gold Award in the national Teaching Excellence Framework. It’s one of the highest ratings possible. The university has a wide variety of courses and also offers many benefits for students. Like accommodation and free memberships of all societies and clubs (150 in total).
Where to buy cotton face masks in Bangor?
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What's the shipment time of the ordered Cotton face masks?
Shipment is done by RoyalMail. We sent orders the same day or next workday. They’re normally provided after 2-3 days.
Main ingredients of the cotton face masks?
Main ingredients of the cotton face masks are high quality cotton and polyester which provides additional filter. The rubber tape allows to put the mask on your ears. The cotton face masks can be launder in 60 Celsius degrees and ironed in 120 Celsius degrees. It’s recommended to iron the product only from the side of the cotton layer to not damage the filter.
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