A dilapidated granary at Llawndy Farm in Talacre, North Wales, has a new lease of life as a £950,000 information centre dedicated to explaining the intricacies of oil and gas extraction, and its impact on the environment. The sandstone building dates from the late eighteenth/early nineteenth centuries, and, according to architect Clive Hardman of Colwyn Foulkes' Colwyn Bay office, has been 'inappropriately botched up over the years'. But its location made it the ideal candidate ...
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