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The local area guide to living in Rhosneigr

Tucked away on the west coast of Anglesey in northern Wales lies the picturesque seaside village of Rhosneigr. This sleepy settlement has been a popular holiday destination since the Edwardian era. Its beautiful, award-winning beaches, stunning scenery and laid-back atmosphere have been attracting scores of visitors each year and all of these promise to make Rhosneigr the perfect relocation destination.

Fans of outdoor activities will certainly find no shortage of things to do in and around Rhosneigr. Being a seaside settlement, most recreational activities understandably use one of the village’s three beaches in some form or another, with surfing, wakeboarding, fishing and wind-surfing being some of the most popular past times. For those who prefer to keep their feet on dry land, Rhosneigr is also home to the Anglesey Golf Club and a number of tennis courts.

Information about the local residents

The Census of 2011 revealed that the electoral ward of Rhosneigr is home to roughly 1,008 residents. Rather amazingly, this figure represents a growth of only 14 since the last Census was conducted in 2001, so it certainly looks like Rhosneigr won’t be losing its small town charm anytime soon!

These 1,008 residents are divided into 489 households, the majority of which are unshared, detached dwellings. Home ownership figures are strong in Rhosneigr, with the 2011 Census showing that 44% of households own their houses outright, and a further 24% own their property with a mortgage or loan. Roughly 27% of residents are of a pensionable age.

Nearby schools

Unsurprisingly, there is only one school in the Rhosneigr area. This primary level school is known as Ysgol Rhosneigr and there are currently 58 pupils between the ages of 4 and 11 enrolled.

While Ysgol Rhosneigr mainly teaches children from the village itself, there are a small number of students in attendance who live in the surrounding area. The National School Categorisation System classified the school’s leadership in the ‘Yellow’ bracket, meaning that the school’s leadership is effective in its role.

Unfortunately, there are no secondary level schools in the village, meaning students will most likely find themselves heading to one of the nearby towns for school. The closest high schools are located in the villages of Bodedern and Llangefni.

Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern currently has 655 pupils between the ages of 11 and 18 enrolled, and performs relatively well on a national level in terms of student achievement. Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni is slightly larger, with 761 pupils on its books. Pupils here also perform well on a national level, although the school’s leadership was cited as needing improvement when last reviewed by the National School Categorisation System.

Getting around

For such a small village, residents are actually spoilt for choice when it comes to public transport. Rhosneigr station provides easy access into other cities around the United Kingdom, with services running to Wrexham, Shrewsbury and Birmingham, as well as Cardiff and Crewe.

Anglesey Airport is also only a 15-minute drive from the centre of the village. Flights to Cardiff leave from the airport twice daily between Monday and Friday, with travel time taking roughly one hour. There are also a number of regular bus services available in Rhosneigr, offering residents transport to destinations in the surrounding areas.

Local shops

Being a small village, you will find that shops are rather limited in Rhosneigr. While you may not find any of the big name stores, their absence only adds to Rhosneigr’s charm. That being said, there are a number of pubs, restaurants and cafes dotted about the village, as well as a few small shops selling all sorts of odds and ends.

There aren’t any supermarkets in the village. However, there is a SPAR located in the nearby settlement of Valley, which is a short 20-minute drive away. Here you will be able to find everything you need to keep your cupboards fully stocked!


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