An interesting set of photos appeared on my radar today. Locals will certainly know more about this than me, but take a look at these photos of the Cilcain Decoy Command Post. As the post says:
The Cilcain decoy site consisted of this command bunker, and a series of fire troughs and baskets ignited from here which stretched over the summit of Ffrith mountain to Moel Famau, and would have drawn the bombers five mile from the Valley to drop their bombs on top of the mountains.
If you can offer any more information about the role that Moel Famau played during the war(s) I’d love to hear from you – please leave comments below!