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Llanrwst (pronounced , is a small town and community on the A470 road and the River Conwy in the county borough of Conwy, Wales. It takes its name from the 5th century to 6th century Saint Grwst, and
Llanrwst is also home to Llanrwst United FC who have two senior teams, the first team play in the Welsh Alliance League and the Reserve team play in the Clwyd League Division 2. The club also have a Junior
Llanrwst was an independent state within Wales. The chairman and secretary of the Llanrwst Historical Society have now obtained proof of this from the UN in New York. (see also micronation). The Llanrwst Almshouses & Museum Trust recently returned the
port of Trefriw, located across the river from Llanrwst), it is unlikely that Llanrwst would ever have achieved its present status. Indeed, at one time Llanrwst was the eighth largest town in Wales, its population being greater than that of Cardiff.
between Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno, Llanrwst has a lot to offer both visitors and local residents. Croeso i Lanrwst = Croeso i wefan swyddogol Llanrwst. Wedi'i leoli yn Nyffryn Conwy, wrth
Llanrwst is an ancient market town in the county of Conwy in North Wales. On and off since the 13th Century the town has claimed independence, and in 1947, Llanrwst town council made an unsuccessful
stating that Llanrwst was an independent state within Wales. Get in - Llanrwst is on the A470 road north of Betws y Coed, and is served by trains on the Conwy Valley Line.
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ever wondered why? Well, Llanrwst was made a free borough by Llewelyn and even has its own coat of arms and its own flag! In 1947 the local council made a submission to the UN for a seat on
the people of Llanrwst were given the first sight in hundreds of years of their very own flag. 'Passport to Pimlico'? No, a passport to Llanrwst. It makes a change from hitting national headlines with flooding. The flag, which is very
Llanrwst was assigned to the No. 1 ("Llanrwst") sub-district of the Llanrwst Registration District; which was co-extensive with the Llanrwst poor law Union. In the GRO indexes to civil registration, entries for Llanrwst are in the format :
The ancient parish of Llanrwst was of great extent. It comprised the township of Gwydir, in Caernarfonshire (the area of which was 7694 acres); and a number of townships in Denbighshire, with an area of 15,298 acres. These townships were Cilcennis, Tre'r Dre Isaf, Tre'r
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Llanrwst also has an indoor swimming pool and there are lovely walks along the river bank and around the recreation grounds. In Llanrwst itself is the church of St Grwst, built in the 15th century.
Llanrwst is the main market town in the Conwy Valley reached either along the A470 or across the River Conwy from Trefriw by a famous bridge, probably designed by Inigo Jones, and built in 1636.
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Llanrwst Almshouses were founded in the early 17th Century by the locally powerful Sir John Wynn of nearby Gwydir Castle in the Conwy Valley. Built to provide twelve single room...
Llanrwst is a small market town in the lush, green Conwy Valley. Spanning the river is an elegant early 17th Century bridge which at one time was the main crossing point of the river. Almshouses