John Henry Metcalfe), casting the proposed removal of the trees in an even broader historical light, journeyed back to 1734 when the Honorable Susanna Noel bequeathed the property including the chalybeate
water to the poor:
MacNeil (1946) proposed the Chalybeate
Limestone Member to include the Clayton facies containing sand and limestone verses the chalk facies further south in its outcrop belt.
The hotel, along with others in the area, catered for the visitors who arrived to partake of the sulphur water and chalybeate
, or iron springs.
Travis Howard -- Raised in Chalybeate
Springs, GA, "under the iron fist of the gospel," this 32-year-old singer/songwriter now lives in Los Angeles, where he is part of the local country music scene.
The Grade ll* listed property was planned as a spa for the nearby town, built over the Chalybeate
spring discovered in 1807.
MG's Cafe Bar, 6 Chalybeate
Street, |Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 1HS, www.
Llanfachreth archives also mention a chalybeate
spring - called Ffynnon Goch - believed to have health giving properties.
It was a village with very large and elegantly-furnished inns in an area "highly celebrated for its sulphureted and chalybeate
spas which are situated in the romantic and picturesque vale of the Irthing.
To add variety to the experience, at Cambray was chalybeate
, containing iron rather than salt.
Aled Hughes, 37, of Chalybeate
Street, Aberystwyth, was given 18 months, Martin Whiston, 44, from Liverpool, said to have been the "Merseyside contact", was given five years and four months, Taranjit Sehmy, 24, of Wolverhampton, the driver in the Wolverhampton side of the operation, was given two and a half years, and Sukhpreet Sall, also 24, and from Wolverhampton, was given four and a half years.
springs rise in a cave cut 40ft into the solid rock at the foot of Allt Cae Coch mountain.
It also comes with the distinction of a Civic Society plaque, marking its 150 year connection with the Chalybeate
Well over which it was built in the early 19th century.