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- Llanfairpwll (8.8 miles)
- Bodorgan (9.8 miles)
****** new price **********Located in The Popular Hamlet Of Coedana In A Semi Rural Location Is This Charming Mid Terrace Home. Brodawel Forms One Of Three Terrace Houses And Briefly Comprises Porch, Spacious Lounge With Log Burner, Inner Hall/Rear ...
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- Ty Croes (8.3 miles)
- Bodorgan (8.4 miles)
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The local area guide to living in Llanerchymedd
Llanerchymedd, also spelled Llannerch-y-medd, is a village and ward on the Isle of Anglesey in north Wales. The name signifies the village’s identity as a woodland clearing where perhaps honey was once produced for mead. Located near the centre of the island, it is believed to have a very ancient foundation and was once a thriving market town.
The surrounding area is full of historical sites and natural beauty with many lovely coastal towns and beaches, perfect for lovers of the outdoors. The island of Anglesey is a historical Welsh county and is the largest island surrounding Great Britain apart from the isles of Scotland.
Information about the local residents
The Llanerchymedd community has a population of 1,947 as of 2011. Most residents are in the 30-59 age range and are employed full-time. There is also a relatively high number of pensioners and quite a few families. The Living Environment factor of Llanerchymedd is ranked by the IMD as better than 82% of the rest of Wales.
The majority of residents are in professional, skilled trades, administrative, technical and managerial occupations. The largest industry in the area is Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing, and Construction is second most common.
Ysgol Llanerchymedd is the village primary school and has a bilingual Welsh and English curriculum for ages 3-11. The school often uses the local area for school trips and aims to cultivate respect towards property, peers and the surroundings among its pupils. The school has good performance results, with 88% of students achieving at least level 4 in all subjects, compared to the national average of 80%.
Secondary schools for Llanerchymedd include Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones in Amlwch and Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni in Llangefni, both cater for ages 11-18. Syr Thomas Jones covers a very large catchment area and has a pupillage of 512, though a capacity for nearly double that. The school’s sixth form has good performance and high standards, with most students attending their first choice in higher education.
The school ethos includes an emphasis on the well-rounded development of social and intellectual skills to fully prepare pupils for the working environment and make them responsible, contributing members of the community.
Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern in Bodedern is another option, with 650 pupils and a strong emphasis on the Welsh language, values and culture.
Llanerchymedd lies on the intersection of the B5111 and B5112, and there is a bus service which stops in the village centre. The village is only six miles from Amlwch, a nine-minute drive or 19-minute bus ride. Bangor on the mainland is only 19 miles away, which is a 25-minute drive or one hour by bus.
The lovely coast and beaches near Moelfre are only 14 minutes away by car. The Welsh capital of Cardiff is 4 hours 20 minutes away, and the nearest airports would be in Liverpool and Manchester.
There is a village pub, post office, café, flower shop, convenience store and driving school in the town centre, as well as the odd small local store. In nearby Amlwch, there is the Co-op supermarket and more dining and shopping options.
Quaint seaside cafes and pubs and a few local shops can be found in the lovely coastal towns of Moelfre and Benllech. For a much more diverse and comprehensive collection of stores, shopping centres and restaurants, Bangor is within very reasonable distance.
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