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Bangor-on-Dee Boathouses.
Bangor-on-Dee Boathouses
The river still plays an important place in the lives of people, but in the days prior to easy access to the seaside, swimming pools, playgrounds and packaged food, the river was even more important in the lives of people living in it's vicinity.  It was where those with an inclination learnt how to swim.  Boating was not only a means of exercise but together with the use of coracles and nets a means of stocking the larder.  The river banks also provided willow for baskets, fish and game birds for the table.
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