Llangefni is a market town and also the administrative town for the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. The fallen of two world wars are well-remembered with School, Church and a Main Town Memorial. Doubtless, I will find more in the chapels as well. One sad fact
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Located in the field next to Home Bargains supermarket in Llangefni. These stones were laid in 1957 as part of the National Eisteddfod on Anglesey.
Felin Lon Vron on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) in North Wales. The water mill on Lon Vron in Llangefni would once have milled corn and is part of what appears to be a smallholding or farm complex. It is a small mill and would take
Known as Melin Wynt Y Graig on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) in North Wales. I believe that the windmill known as Melin Wynt Y Graig Windmill in Llangefni was built around the year 1828, and continued working until the early 1890s. In the year 1881,
A market town on Anglesey, in North Wales. Situated in the centre of Anglesey, Llangefni was once an extremely important part of Anglesey’s agricultural history, as it was the central market for livestock. Cattle, pigs, chickens, and all manner of livestock were traded here. Llangefni is still
The beautiful Island of Anglesey has lots of blue flag beaches and is rich in ancient history. Located at the north west tip of Wales, Anglesey is the largest island in England and Wales, yet has a relatively small population of approximately 65,000. The name Anglesey is
Gwalchmai and the surrounding areas on Anglesey are quite rural and yet quite populous in Anglesey terms. During World War One (WWI) most men would have worked on the land. Gwalchmai has one of the finest war memorials on the Island, a clock tower similar to the
Amlwch War Memorial is located inside the Amlwch Memorial Hall, and for the size of Amlwch, it appears far less impressive than many of Anglesey’s other superb monuments like Holyhead, Gwalchmai, Rhosneigr, and Llangefni School – to name just a few. That said, the War Memorial Hall
Most of the old photographs are scans from old postcards that I have been privileged to own, or where scans have been donated on one of my other websites.
This an impressive Cromlech (Burial Chamber) with a large capstone. Excavated in the 19th century, and also in 1933 by Lindsay Scott. During these excavations pottery and bones were discovered, in fact, I have also read that up to 40 burials were discovered here. Pant y Saer