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Penmynydd, Isle of Anglesey

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Penmynydd, Isle of Anglesey

Penmynydd (Welsh = top of the mountain) is a village on Anglesey situated on a slight hill on the B5420 road between Menai Bridge and Llangefni, at grid reference SH510743. The Royal Mail postcode begins LL61. The village is notable for its almshouses and there is a radio transmission mast a few yards north of the village at the top of the hill.
Administrative CountyIsle of Anglesey
Traditional CountyAnglesey
OS GridSH5074
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
Region
CountryWales
Police AuthorityNorth Wales
 

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

Penmynydd, par. and vil., Anglesey, in SE. of co.- par., 3153 ac., pop. 406; vil., 4 miles E. of Llangefni; P.O.; Plas Penmynydd was the birthplace and residence of Owen Tudor, grandfather of Henry VII.

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