Synonyms for felinheli or Related words with felinheli
Examples of "felinheli"
A bypass was opened in 1994 avoiding Y
on the section between Caernarfon and Bangor.
Gwion Hallam is a Welsh writer and television presenter from Ammanford (), Carmarthenshire. He now lives with his family in Y
, North Wales.
Gosset grew up on the outskirts of Snowdonia, North Wales and attended Ysgol Gynradd Waunfawr, Ysgol Gynradd Y
and Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon.
The owners of the Vaynol Estate, the Assheton Smiths, owned most of the land in Y
and developed the Dinorwic Quarry in the late 18th century, They also built the harbour to export slate transported to the quay by the Dinorwic Railway, a narrow gauge railway that was subsequently replaced by the Padarn Railway. Industrial expansion gave Y
(Felin-hely, 1838) the alternative name Port Dinorwig or Port Dinorwic.
It is proposed to build a further bypass to avoid Caernarfon (from the northern end of the Pen-y-groes bypass to the western end of the Y
bypass) thereafter, with construction due to begin in 2015.
GreenWood Forest Park (Welsh: Gelli Gyffwrdd), formerly The GreenWood Centre, is a theme park at Y
in Gwynedd, Wales. The park was opened by Stephen and Andrea Bristow in 1993 and attracts around 150,000 visitors a year.
The village's development may well have been also influenced by the quarry railway that ran between Dinorwic Quarry and Y
(or the unofficial English name of Portdinorwic) and skirted around the village and along the shore of the lake.
Arfon: Arllechwedd, Bethel, Bontnewydd, Cadnant, Cwm-y-Glo, Deiniol, Deiniolen, Dewi, Garth, Gerlan, Glyder, Groeslon, Hendre, Hirael, Llanberis, Llanllyfni, Llanrug, Llanwnda, Marchog, Menai (Bangor), Menai (Caernarfon), Ogwen, Peblig (Caernarfon), Penisarwaun, Pentir, Penygroes, Seiont, Talysarn, Tregarth & Mynydd Llandygai, Waunfawr, Y
The Faenol Festival () is a music festival organised by Welsh singer Bryn Terfel, originally held annually on the Faenol Estate (Welsh: "Y Faenol"), near Y
in Gwynedd, north Wales.
Lôn Las Menai is the section which runs for along a section of the former Caernarfon to Bangor railway trackbed. From the north of Caernarfon it just runs to the other side of Y
The Dinorwic Railway was an early narrow gauge industrial railway connecting the slate quarry at Dinorwic in Caernarvonshire with the coastal port at Y
. The line is sometimes referred to as the Dinorwic Tramroad or the Dinorwic Tramway.
The school had 836 pupils on roll in 2016. Its current headteacher is Paul Mathews Jones. It serves the town of Caernarfon and the nearby villages, which include; Bontnewydd, Caeathro, Y
, Llandwrog, Rhosgadfan, Rhostryfan .
(i) The following wards of the Borough of Arfon, namely, Bethel, Bontnewydd, Cadnant, Deiniolen, Llanberis, Llandwrog, Llanllyfni, Llanrug, Llanwnda, Menai (Caernarfon), Peb-lig, Penisarwaun, Penygroes, Seiont, Talysarn, Waunfawr and Y
She was educated at Friars School, Bangor and at Aberystwyth and Cardiff universities. She was then a journalist with the BBC and HTV in Bangor before becoming a county councillor for Y
, the village where she was brought up.
Gwilym is originally from Henllan in Denbighshire. She now lives in Y
with her husband, actor Llŷr Ifans. In late 2013, she gave birth to their first child.
Vaynol or Y Faenol (Welsh ) is a country estate dating from the Tudor period near Y
in Gwynedd, North Wales (). It comprises of park, farmland, and gardens on the estate, with more than thirty listed buildings, surrounded by a wall which is long. ""Y Faenol"" means "the manor" and is a mutated form of the Welsh word "maenol".
He is the younger brother of actor Rhys Ifans who appeared with him in the film "Twin Town". Both are Welsh-language speakers. Llŷr is married to BBC Radio Cymru DJ and television presenter Lisa Gwilym, and has a young son (born 2013). They currently live in Y
Arriva Cymru operates services 5 and X5 every 15 minutes between Caernarfon and Llandudno; eastbound, service X5 serves Deganwy and Maesdu and service 5 serves St Gwynan's (for Dwygyfylchi) and Craig-y-don; westbound, both services serve Bangor and Y
After winning "I'd Do Anything", Prenger was given a civic reception in her hometown of Blackpool on 7 June 2008, with a specially erected stage in front of the town hall where she performed several songs from "Oliver!". On 24 August 2008, she performed in a "Music Under the Stars" event at the annual Faenol Festival held near Y
in Gwynedd, North Wales.
According to the United Kingdom Census 2011, 64.3% of all usual residents aged 3+ in Y
could speak Welsh. Of those born in Wales, 89.4% of the population of Y Felinheli's residents could speak Welsh. The percentage of those with Welsh language skills vary as follows:
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