Cyngor Cymuned
Community Council
Llandyrnog
Y wefan ar gyfer digwyddiadau a gwybodaeth ar gyfer Llandyrnog a’r cylch, Sir Ddinbych. The site for events and information in and around Llandyrnog, Denbighshire.
Welcome to Llandyrnog Community Council’s website The community of Llandyrnog is set in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd and incorporates the old parish of Llangwyfan at a distance of four miles from the historic town of Denbigh. The slow winding river Clwyd forms one border of the parish with the beautiful Clwydian hills, Pen y Cloddiau and Moel Arthur forming the other. Aberchwiler lies to the north with Llanychan and Llangynhafal to the south. It is unique in its warm and friendly bilingual welcome with numerous activities for all ages which are held within the Village. The community is fortunate to have a vast range of organisations catering for the cultural and sporting needs of all ages (see list of organisations). Day to day needs and employment comes from The Local Butcher - (Clwyd Williams), Post Office and three public houses, (Golden Lion, Kinmel Arms and White Horse), a Country house wedding venue (Pentre Mawr), agricultural activities, the local Builders and the Highfield Park establishment. Within the community stands Ysgol Bryn Clwyd attached to the Village Hall, The Cocoa rooms, Capel Y Dyffryn, Eglwysi St Tyrnog and St Cwyfan and a substantially sized playing field known as Cae Nant which has a Football pitch and a pavilion with changing rooms, Multi games Astra turf area and modern play and fitness equipment. Walking is taken care of by the established Llwybyr Tyrnog and several local paths. Other activities that take place annually are the Local Flower and Produce Show and The Eisteddfod. Organisations within the community: Craft clubs Tuesday Club Book Club Women’s Institute Bingo Art Club Trefoil History Society Brownies Mothers Union and Messy Church Astronomy Community Council Winter Football Summer League Football.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, 20th of October
Welcome to Llandyrnog Community Council’s website The community of Llandyrnog is set in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd and incorporates the old parish of Llangwyfan at a distance of four miles from the historic town of Denbigh. The slow winding river Clwyd forms one border of the parish with the beautiful Clwydian hills, Pen y Cloddiau and Moel Arthur forming the other. Aberchwiler lies to the north with Llanychan and Llangynhafal to the south. It is unique in its warm and friendly bilingual welcome with numerous activities for all ages which are held within the Village. The community is fortunate to have a vast range of organisations catering for the cultural and sporting needs of all ages (see list of organisations). Day to day needs and employment comes from The Local Butcher - (Clwyd Williams), Post Office and three public houses, (Golden Lion, Kinmel Arms and White Horse), a Country house wedding venue (Pentre Mawr), agricultural activities, the local Builders and the Highfield Park establishment. Within the community stands Ysgol Bryn Clwyd attached to the Village Hall, The Cocoa rooms, Capel Y Dyffryn, Eglwysi St Tyrnog and St Cwyfan and a substantially sized playing field known as Cae Nant which has a Football pitch and a pavilion with changing rooms, Multi games Astra turf area and modern play and fitness equipment. Walking is taken care of by the established Llwybyr Tyrnog and several local paths. Other activities that take place annually are the Local Flower and Produce Show and The Eisteddfod. Organisations within the community: Craft clubs Tuesday Club Book Club Women’s Institute Bingo Art Club Trefoil History Society Brownies Mothers Union and Messy Church Astronomy Community Council Winter Football Summer League Football.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, 20th of October
Cyngor Cymuned
Community Council
Llandyrnog
Y wefan ar gyfer digwyddiadau a gwybodaeth ar gyfer Llandyrnog a’r cylch, Sir Ddinbych. The site for events and information in and around Llandyrnog, Denbighshire.