The tower at the top of Moel Famau, near Ruthin in Denbighshire
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Moel Famau Jubilee Tower restoration under way

The Jubilee Tower at the top of Moel Famau is probably the most familiar landmark in Flintshire and Denbighshire.

Built to commemorate the 50 year reign of King George III in 1810, it originally stood 120 ft tall, but it blew down in the 1860s and very little repair work has been done since.

Now a major restoration programme is under way to reveal parts the tower not seen for 100 years.

Sarah Easedale went to see the work in progress.

  • 27 Feb 2013
  • From the section Wales