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The Local Area Guide to living in Llwyngwril

A quaint coastal village in the Snowdonia National Park, Llwyngwril is situated in the county of Gwynedd, Wales. The River Gwril runs through the village, providing peaceful river walks as well as fishing and other recreational activities. Visitors can visit the shingle and sand beaches, climb Idris’ Chair or ‘Cader Idris’, go birdwatching to view rare buzzards and hen harriers, or simply go for a stroll along the Mawddach Estuary.

With a population of just 500 residents, the village retains a tight-knit community spirit, set amidst the scenery near the ocean, mountains, and forests of Snowdonia.

The village has a strong connection with the original Quaker Society of Friends movement, with a local Quaker burial ground dating back to 1646. This tranquil, relaxed village in the heart of natural Welsh countryside still offers visitors a friendly welcome, and there are a number of services available including a village hall, pub, and church.

Information about the local residents

Llwyngwril is part of the Llangelynin ward and electoral division, in the Dwyfor Meirionnydd constituency. A high percentage of homeowners in this postcode own their housing outright – far higher than the national average of 30%. The majority of houses are detached, but there are also semi-detached and terraced homes within Llwyngwril.

Generally speaking, residents are split evenly among different social grades and professions, with skilled manual workers being just slightly more prevalent than managerial and professional workers. This indicates that there’s a full range of households and professions within this small village. Interestingly, the latest census also showed that there was a far higher percentage of self-employed individuals within Llwyngwril than the UK as a whole, indicating that residents have an entrepreneurial streak.

Nearby schools

There are no schools located within the village, so students in Llwyngwril must travel a bit further afield for both primary and secondary school. At the primary level, there’s Ysgol Y Traeth Primary or Barmouth Primary in Barmouth, both a few miles to the north.

Ysgol Y Gader Secondary School is located in Dolgellau, serving students aged 11-16 in the region. This bilingual school was founded in 1665 as a boys grammar school, before welcoming girls in 1962. The school is known for its achievements and friendly atmosphere for all pupils.

Getting around

The easiest way to navigate in and around Llwyngwril is by car, as the village is located directly on the A493 directly at the midpoint between Tywyn and Dolgellau. The village has its own unmanned railway station, with 2 services operated by Arriva Trains Wales.

The number 75 train from Barmouth to Machynlleth stops in town once a day Monday through Saturday, while the more frequent service from Pwllheli to Machynlleth runs throughout the week. There is also one local bus service operated by Lloyd in Machynlleth.

The 28 bus from Dolgellau to Tywyn stops in the village several times a day, and more frequently on weekdays. From these larger towns, it’s possible to find additional coach and rail services to further destinations throughout the UK.

Local shops

Llwyngwril is big on natural splendours but short on retail outlets. However, there are still a number of conveniences and amenities available in the village centre. This includes the village hall, Y Ganolfan, which hosts coffee mornings and other events. Village social life also revolves around the area’s two churches, St Celynin Church and the Hen Eglwys Llangelynnin Old Church in neighbouring Llangelynnin. Both offer free parking and are open throughout the day.

For accommodation, meals or a friendly pint, the Garthangharad Inn is one of the main businesses in the village. There’s also a community shop and post office branch, Riverside Stores, selling basic groceries and fresh produce.

Further shopping opportunities are found in Barmouth, which offers a varied collection of independent retailers and high street names along its high street. This town is just under a half hour drive from Llwyngwril.

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