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  1. › wiki › LlanrwstLlanrwst - Wikipedia

    History. The site of the original church dedicated to St Grwst was Cae Llan in Llanrwst (land now occupied by the Seion Methodist Chapel). The current church of St Grwst is on land which was donated in about 1170 by Rhun ap Nefydd Hardd, a member of the royal family of the Kingdom of Gwynedd, specifically to build a new church so dedicated.

  2. › wiki › TrefriwTrefriw - Wikipedia

    Trefriw (Welsh pronunciation: [trɛˈvrɪu]) is a village and community in Conwy County Borough, Wales.It lies on the river Crafnant in North Wales, a few miles south of the site of the Roman fort of Canovium, sited at Caerhun.

  3. › wiki › John_ConroyJohn Conroy - Wikipedia

    Conroy was born on 21 October 1786 in Maes-y-castell, Caerhun, Caernarfonshire, Wales. He was one of six children born to John Ponsonby Conroy, Esq., and Margaret Wilson, both native to Ireland. His father was a barrister and the younger Conroy was privately educated in Dublin.

  4. › wiki › CarneddauCarneddau - Wikipedia

    The Carneddau (lit. 'the cairns'; Carneddau is a Welsh plural form, and is sometimes anglicised to Carnedds) are a group of mountains in Snowdonia, Wales.They include the largest contiguous areas of high ground (over 2,500 feet (762 m) or 3,000 feet (914 m) high) in Wales and England (although larger areas over 2,000 feet are found in Northern England), as well as six or seven of the highest ...

  5. Aberconwy is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2019 by Robin Millar, a Conservative.. The seat was created by the Welsh Boundary Commission for the 2010 general election, and replaced the old north Wales seat of Conwy.

  6. › wiki › Rowen,_ConwyRowen, Conwy - Wikipedia

    Rowen is a village on the western slopes of the Conwy valley in the parish of Caerhun and the former County of Caernarfonshire in Wales. It lies off the B5106 road, between Tal y Bont and the Groes Inn. Buildings of Gwynedd 2009 refers to the River Roe probably following the Roman route from Caerhun to Abergwyngregyn.

  7. › wiki › White_HartWhite Hart - Wikipedia

    White Hart Road is the name given to a section of hill land road enclosed from common land in the parish of Caerhun high above the village of Rowen, in the Conwy Valley. It was planned as a new part of the Royal Mail coach road from Llanbedr y Cennin to Abergwyngregyn before the A55 coast road was built linking Chester to Holyhead around Penmaenmawr.