That requirement is part of a new law pushed by Cheye Calvo, the mayor of the small town of Berwyn Heights.
For dinner we had salmon and leg of mutton; the salmon from the Dee, the leg from the neighbouring Berwyn.
No courserman could pass the Berwyn and Plinlimmon hills in so wild a storm.
The name of Rome was made known, and made terrible, through Wales by a great battle fought on the eastern slopes of the Berwyn.
There are two roads from Llangollen to Chirk, one the low or post road, and the other leading over the Berwyn.
A pleasant road it proved: on our right at some distance was the mighty Berwyn; close on our left the hill called Pen y Coed.
At another time he tried to cross the Berwyn, but was beaten back by great storms.
Berwyn was a village situated about ten miles east of Broken Bow.
I shall never forget my first impression on arriving at Berwyn very early on that September morning.