Skeleton Blodwen is packed to go





The bones of a Stone Age woman are to be returned to a museum in Bacup, Lancashire, after a summer on show at Llandudno.

Conwy council's museum service said it was disappointed as it had hoped they could keep the remains.

Blodwen, as the 5,500 year-old skeleton is known, was found by men quarrying on the Little Orme in 1891.

The skeleton was taken back to Lancashire, and put on show there....


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