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Gwytherin

Gwytherin is a village in Conwy county borough, Wales. It lies in a small valley through which the River Cledwen flows and has been winner of Best Kept Village on four occasions. Its church is dedicated to Saint Winefrid. In the centre of the vil ...

Hafod Elwy Moor National Nature Reserve

Hafod Elwy National Nature Reserve, located in the moorland above the town of Denbigh in Denbighshire, North Wales, is part of the Mynydd Hiraethog Site of Special Scientific Interest. Established in 1999, it comprises an 80-hectare patch of upla ...

Halfway tram stop (Great Orme)

The Halfway tram stop is a tram stop situated at the midpoint of the Great Orme Tramway on the slopes of the Great Orme in Llandudno, Wales. The Great Orme Tramway operates as a two-section funicular, and passengers must change at Halfway between ...

Higher Kinnerton

Higher Kinnerton is a residential village and community within rural Flintshire, Wales. The village is close to the English Border. Its sister village, Lower Kinnerton is on the other side of the border in Cheshire, England.

Horsemans Green

Horsemans Green is a village in the County Borough of Wrexham, Wales. The village, also simply called the Green, is in the rural southeast of the borough in the community of Hanmer, close to the border with Shropshire. A small village on the outs ...

Johnstown, Wrexham

Johnstown is a village in the county borough of Wrexham, Wales, and forms part of the old coal mining community of Rhosllannerchrugog. Abandoned coal mine on one is located to the East of the village and the mines of the former coal Board was tra ...

Kinmel Bay and Towyn

Kinmel Bay and Towyn is a community in Conwy County Borough, in Wales. It is located on the coast bordering Denbighshire, from which it is separated by the River Clwyd, and is 2.6 miles west of Rhyl, 2.5 miles north east of Abergele and 14.1 mile ...

Kinmel Camp

Kinmel Camp was an army training ground in what was once the grounds of Kinmel Hall, near Abergele, in Conwy county borough, Wales. The Kinmel Camp Railway served the camp from 1915 and was later used for a nearby quarry, finally closing in 1964. ...

Leeswood

Leeswood is a small village, community and electoral ward in Flintshire, Wales, about four miles from the historic market town of Mold. At the 2001 Census, the population was 2.143, reducing slightly to 2.135 at the 2011 Census. He was the center ...

Leeswood and Pontblyddyn

Leeswood and Pontblyddyn is a community in Flintshire, Wales in the United Kingdom, including the villages of Leeswood and Pontblyddyn. The council was renamed on 26th January 2016.

Lixwm

Lixwm is a small village in Flintshire, Wales. It is part of the community of Ysceifiog. Lixwm was formerly a mining village, and one explanation of its unusual name was given to him by the miners who moved to the area from Derbyshire in their di ...

Llanddulas

Llanddulas is a village in Conwy county borough, Wales, midway between Old Colwyn and Abergele and next to the North Wales Expressway in the community of Llanddulas and Rhyd-y-Foel. The village lies beneath the limestone hill of Tan-yr-Ogof. This ...

Llandegla Forest

Llandegla Forest is a forest of planted conifers covering 6.5 square kilometres in Denbighshire, north-east Wales. It is situated to the south-east of the village of Llandegla at the north-western edge of Ruabon Moors. The forest is owned by UPM ...

Llandrillo, Denbighshire

Llandrillo is a small village and community in the Edeirnion area of Denbighshire in Wales, between Bala, and Corwen on the B4401 road. It was historically in the county of Merionethshire, and has a population of 580. It is named after St. Trillo ...

Llandudno Victoria tram stop

Llandudno Victoria tram stop is the lower terminus of the Great Orme Tramway, situated in the centre of the town of Llandudno, Wales. The Great Orme Tramway is a funicular, which connects this terminus to the Halfway and Summit stops on the Great ...

Llanfwrog, Denbighshire

Llanfwrog is a village in Denbighshire, in northern Wales. It hosts a church and a pub, The Cross Keys Llanfwrog Church of St Mwrog and St Mary The sturdy medieval tower of St Mwrog’s crowns the hill west of Ruthin, marking the point where town g ...

Llangar

Llangar is a former civil parish in Denbighshire in Wales, 1 mile south west of Corwen, its post town, and 10 miles north east of Bala. It is situated at the confluence of the rivers Alwen and Dee, and includes the small hamlets of Bryn, Cymer, a ...

Llangernyw

At the 2011 census, the community had a population of 1.079 of whom 63.7 percent were Welsh speakers. The comparable figures for the 2001 census were a population of 982, 67 per cent of whom were Welsh speakers. The village lies on the A548 betwe ...

Llangollen Rural

Llangollen Rural is a local government community in Wrexham County Borough, Wales. It contains the villages of Froncysyllte, Garth, and Trevor, and had a population of 1.999 at the 2001 census, increasing to 2.059 at the 2011 Census. The Pontcysy ...

Llangystennin

Llangystennin is a rural parish to the south-east of Llandudno and Llanrhos in Conwy County Borough, north Wales. Llangystennin includes Llangwstennin hall, sat down Mochdre and Pabo Bryn Pydew and the small town of Llandudno junction. The parish ...

Llannefydd

Llannefydd is a village and community in Conwy County Borough, in Wales. It is located on the border with Denbighshire, between the Afon Aled and River Elwy, 5.7 miles north west of Denbigh, 5.8 miles south west of St Asaph, 6.9 miles south of Ab ...

Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch

Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch is a village and local government community in Denbighshire, Wales, including the villages of Llanrhaeadr and Pentre Llanrhaear and several hamlets and part of Mynydd Hiraethog. It lies in the Vale of Clwyd near the A5 ...

Llanrhydd

Llanrhydd or Llanrhudd is a parish one and a half miles south-west of Ruthin in Denbighshire, Wales, rhudd being the Welsh name for red – the colour of the local sandstone. In a small rural village a mile or so from downtown, St. Meugan, was the ...

Llansanffraid Glyndyfrdwy

Llansanffraid Glyndyfrdwy is a former civil parish in the Edeirnion area of Denbighshire in Wales. Until 1974 it was part of Meirionnydd, and was transferred to Glyndŵr District in Clwyd by the Local Government Act 1972. It became part of Denbigh ...

Llantysilio

Llantysilio is a community in Denbighshire, Wales, near Llangollen. It has a population of 472, falling to 421 at the 2011 census. The community includes the territory of the Abbey of Valle Crucis, with the bend of the horseshoe and Llantysilio h ...

Lloc

Lloc is a small village in Flintshire, north Wales. It is located within the community of Holywell. It lies north of the Clwydian Range, just east of the border with Denbighshire.

Llyn Alwen

Llyn Alwen is a small natural upland lake on Mynydd Hiraethog in Conwy County Borough, Wales at SH 898 565. It lies on the rolling Silurian moorland to the north-west of Mwdwl-eithin and about 10 km to the east of Betws y Coed. The discharge from ...

Llyn Llyffant

Llyn Llyffant is the highest lake in Wales, located at grid reference SH 687 645. Its name translates into English as "frog lake". It lies at an elevation of approximately 815m above sea level. It is, even by Welsh standards, tiny.

Loggerheads, Denbighshire

Loggerheads is a village in Mold, Flintshire, Wales on the River Alyn, a tributary of the River Dee. This location is loggerheads Country Park which follows the course of the river Alyn through karstic limestone countryside including the sites of ...

Maelor South

Maelor South is a local government community, the lowest tier of local government, part of Wrexham County Borough in Wales, and the region of Maelor Saesneg. It contains the villages of Penley and Bettisfield along with a number of other small ha ...

Maes y Facrell National Nature Reserve

Maes y Facrell National Nature Reserve sits high above the coastal town of Llandudno on the Great Orme headland, in the county of Conwy, Wales. It commands sweeping views of Conwy Bay, and the mountains of Snowdonia. Designated a national nature ...

Mancot

Mancot is a village in south east Flintshire, Wales, approximately 1 mile from Queensferry, and Hawarden and 6 miles from Chester. According to the 2001 Census, Mancot had a population of 3.462. In 1849 the population of the village was 282. Afte ...

Marchwiel

Marchwiel is a village and a local government community, the lowest tier of local government, part of Wrexham County Borough in Wales. It is approximately 2 miles South-East of Wrexham town on the A525 road towards Bangor-on-Dee. The community ha ...

Meliden

Meliden is a village between Prestatyn and Dyserth in Denbighshire, Wales. It grew up around the locality of lead mines and limestone quarries. The placename "Meliden" has variously been claimed to be derived from that of Bishop Melitus or St. Me ...

Migneint

The Migneint is a large expanse of moorland in central Snowdonia, north-west Wales. It is part of the Migneint-Arenig-Dduallt Special Area of Conservation, along with the mountains Arenig Fawr, Arenig Fach and Dduallt, covering a range of nearly ...

Milltir Cerrig

The Milltir Cerrig is a mountain pass in Wales, on the B4391 between Bala and Llangynog, briefly passing through Denbighshire. It crosses the ridge of Berwyn at a height of 486 meters 1594 ft. From the top of the pass you can see a bridleway head ...

Moel Fferna

Moel Fferna is a mountain in Denbighshire, Wales and forms part of the Berwyn range. It is the most northern outpost of the range. The summit is covered in deep heather and has a shelter cairn. Point trigonometry is used to denote the top, but ha ...

Moel Hiraddug

Moel Hiraddug also known as Y Foel is a hill fort and hill in the Clwydian Range of north-east Wales. The northern part of the hill has been eaten away by limestone quarrying. An Iron age hillfort crowns the hill, called Moel Hiraddug. Its ridge ...

Moel y Gamelin

Moel y Gamelin is a hill in Denbighshire, North Wales, to the northwest of the town of Llangollen. It is the highest summit of a range which stretches eastwards from near the village of Carrog to the Horseshoe Pass traversed by the A542 road, and ...

Moelfre Isaf

Moelfre Isaf is a 317 m hill located to the south of the town of Abergele. There are views towards the Clwydian Range, Snowdonia, and the Isle of Man and the Cumbrian Mountains can be seen on a clear day. Nearby is the small settlement of Moelfre ...

Moelfre Uchaf

Moelfre Uchaf is a hill in the borough of Conwy, North Wales, 5 miles south-west of Colwyn Bay and 1.5 mi south-west of Betws-yn-Rhos. It is 396 m above sea level. A trigpoint is on the summit.

Mwdwl-eithin

Mwdwl-eithin) is the highest point on the Denbigh Moors of North Wales. This gently rising mountain lies about 10 miles east of Betws-y-Coed. On its summit is a trig point and a ruined building which still provides shelter against a storm. A few ...

Mynydd Isa

Mynydd Isa is a village in Flintshire, in north-east Wales. It lies between the county town of Mold, and Buckley in the community of Argoed which had a population of 5837 according to the 2011 census. Mynydd Isa was originally a small hamlet on t ...

Mynydd y Cwm

Mynydd y Cwm is a hill in the Clwydian Range in Denbighshire, North Wales. It reaches a height of 304.8 metres. It has recently been promoted to Marilyn status having a prominence of 150 metres. There is a memorial on the summit and a large woodland.

New Brighton, Flintshire

New Brighton is a small village in Flintshire, in north-east Wales. It lies between the towns of Mold and Buckley, in the community of Argoed. New Brighton is situated on the A5119 road, and the hotel Beaufort Park Hotel. There is a new Brighton ...

Northop Hall

Northop Hall is a large village and community near Mold, in Flintshire, Wales. Located to the east of Northop, near the A55 North Wales Expressway, the village is largely residential in character. At the 2001 Census, the village of Northop Hall h ...

Oakenholt

Oakenholt is a village in Flintshire, Wales. It is situated to the south east of the town of Flint, near the A548 road. At the 2001 Census, the population of the Flint Oakenholt Ward was 2920. In 2017 began a major archaeological site in the vill ...

Offa, Wrexham

Unlike many such community areas in Wales, Offa was not based on the boundaries of an earlier civil parish or township, although it corresponds roughly to some of the areas included in the old township of Wrexham Abbott. It was first established ...

Pandy Tudur

Pandy Tudur is a village in Conwy county borough, in the north-west of Wales, and lies some 5 miles NE of Llanrwst. It takes its name from the Pandy or fulling mill, which was located there. According to the United Kingdom census 2001, 55.5% of t ...

Pantymwyn

Pantymwyn is a small village just outside Mold in Flintshire, Wales, in the community of Gwernaffield with Pantymwyn. The village is situated in a area of outstanding natural beauty, lying on the East side of Denbigh, United Kingdom range. Pantym ...