Synonyms for llanishen or Related words with llanishen

lisvane              rhiwbina              pentyrch              llanrumney              bettws              gorseinon              llanfairfechan              gowerton              ystradgynlais              gwersyllt              penygroes              cymmer              llandybie              abercynon              pontardawe              penyrheol              pontarddulais              bargoed              rhydyfelin              ynyshir              llangefni              bedlinog              morfa              cwmllynfell              broomhill              crymych              llanilar              towyn              hirwaun              tonyrefail              llanbedrog              cilycwm              ynysybwl              risca              llanharan              kidwelly              tongwynlais              penylan              llangunnor              cenarth              cwmbran              pentwyn              tylorstown              trimsaran              pencoed              llanedeyrn              llanon              tregaron              llansteffan              cilfynydd             

Examples of "llanishen"
Llanishen Library () is a part-time branch in the heart of Llanishen in northern Cardiff.
Isan is remembered in churches at Llanishen, Monmouthshire and Llanishen Cardiff.
He died on 12 March 1915 in Llanishen, Glamorganshire. His grave is in St.Isan/Llanishen Cemetery, Cardiff, Wales.
Llanishen Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union team based in Llanishen on the outskirts of Cardiff. Today, Llanishen RFC plays in the Welsh Rugby Union, Division One East League, having been promoted from the Division Three South East league in the 2011/12 season. Llanishen RFC is a feeder club for Cardiff Blues.
Cardiff Bus operates services 27 (Thornhill/Birchgrove/Heath/Cathays), 28 (Llanishen/Roath),) and 86 (Llanishen/Heath/Gabalfa/Cathays) from Cardiff central bus station through the area.
The Welsh Clubs Cricket Conference is based in Llanishen, Cardiff.
The Welsh Bowling Association is based at Llanishen, Cardiff.
The Welsh Clubs Cricket Conference is based in Llanishen.
Meurig Dafydd was born at Llanishen near Cardiff around 1510.
Thornhill falls into the Llanishen Ward on Cardiff County Council.
The nearest rugby union team is in nearby Llanishen.
Llanishen railway station () is a railway station serving the areas of Llanishen and Lisvane in Cardiff, south Wales. It is a stop on the Rhymney Line of the Valley Lines network.
The area is served by Thornhill Primary School. The nearest secondary school is Llanishen High School. Welsh medium education is provided most locally at Ysgol Y Wern in nearby Llanishen and Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf in Llandaf North.
The 16th century Welsh bard Meurig Dafydd was born in Llanishen. The film director Richard Marquand ("Jagged Edge", "Return of the Jedi") was born in Llanishen. His father was Labour MP Hilary Marquand.
Llanishen Golf Club has an 18-hole, , parkland course, built in 1995.
The railway and the development of Llanishen railway station allowed wealthy Cardiff business people to commute from the village to the centre of city easily, resulting in the expansion of the villages population by 20,000 between 1851 and 1871. In 1887, the two new reservoirs of Llanishen were built to allow distribution of water collected in the Brecon Beacons to the city. In 1922, after expansion north by the city and south by the village, Llanishen became a suburb of Cardiff. Llanishen Golf Club was established in 1905.
Llanishen Library is a part-time branch library with two PCs with free Internet access.
He was a pupil at Ton-Yr-Wren Primary School and Llanishen High School.
Cardiff North: Gabalfa, Heath, Lisvane, Llandaff North, Llanishen, Pontprennau/Old St Mellons, Rhiwbina, Whitchurch and Tongwynlais.
S4C announcers provide live out-of-vision continuity links from the channel's headquarters in Llanishen, Cardiff.