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Llanddeusant, Isle of Anglesey

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Llanddeusant, Isle of Anglesey

Llanddeusant (English: the church of two saints) is a small linear village, on Anglesey, North Wales about 10 miles north east of Holyhead. The village takes it names from its parish church which is dedicated to St. Marcellus and Saint Marcellina. Llanddeusant is claimed to be the burial place of Branwen. It has Anglesey's only working windmill, Llynnon Mill, opened in 1775 at a cost of £550 and renovated by the local council in 1986 and opened to the public.
Administrative CountyIsle of Anglesey
Traditional CountyAnglesey
OS GridSH3485
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
Region
CountryWales
Police AuthorityNorth Wales
Fire and Rescue AuthorityNorth Wales
Fire and Rescue AuthorityNorth Wales
Ambulance AuthorityWelsh
Dialling code01407 730
 

Other names by which Llanddeusant, Isle of Anglesey has been known in the past

Llanddansaint ~ Llanddausaint ~ Llandeusant

Llanddeusant, Isle of Anglesey in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Llanddansaint.-- par. and vil., Anglesey, in NW. of co., on river Allo, 5½ miles NW. of Llanerchymecld ry. sta., 2011 ac., pop. 452; P.O., called Llanddeusant.

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