On Thursday, roads around the Britannia Bridge, the main link between the mainland and Anglesey were gridlocked as nearly 10,000 Camping and Caravanning Club members tried to reach the Faenol estate on the outskirts of Bangor for the start of the National Feast of Lanterns.
What does NFOL stand for?
NFOL stands for National Feast of Lanterns (camping and caravanning; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Feast of Lanterns is based on an old Chinese tradition and the rally is due to be opened today by the Club's famous President, Professor David Bellamy, at 11am.
Traffic jams stretching miles formed on main and minor roads around the Faenol Estate, near Caernarfon, as caravanners tried to enter for the National Feast of Lanterns being held this weekend.