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It consists of seven great polygonal towers, two turrets and two great twin towered gates, all joined by massive curtain walls tracing a rough figure of eight.Galleries thread their way through the walls and across the towers.John Roberts Williams was for 17 years editor of Y Cymro ("The Welshman"), the weekly newspaper founded in Wrexham in 1932, which in his time was published in Oswestry and is now owned by North Wales Newspapers in Mold, Flintshire.He was its second editor and, between 19, made it into a popular and authoritative broadsheet reflecting life in Wales in all its aspects.Under his editorship the circulation of Y Cymro rose to about 28,000, the highest for any Welsh-language weekly since the golden age of the periodical press in late Victorian times.The pseudonym he used was John Aelod Jones, and although everyone knew who the writer was (there being few secrets in the small world of the Welsh media), he enjoyed keeping up the pretence that it wasn't him.

At the other end of the castle is the mighty Eagle Tower, crowned by three tall turrets topped by sculptured figures.Two-thirds of the population can be found here, especially in the eastern half.The western half, frequently referred to as West Wales, is rural and includes some stunning coastal scenery.Wales was once an independent, though rarely unified nation, with a strong Celtic and Druidical tradition but when King Edward I defeated Llywelyn the Last in 1282, the nation fell under the jurisdiction of England.At first, it was ruled as a separate country, but rebellion by Prince Owain Glyndŵr (considered in modern times as the 'Father of Welsh nationalism') saw incremental incorporation into England, being formally annexed through the Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542.After attending the local county school Evans went on to the University College of North Wales, Bangor, where he took a BSc in electrical engineering.