Llandegfan is a village on the south of Anglesey, North Wales.
The original village Hen Llandegfan was on the ancient way from Pentraeth to Beaumaris. However Llandegfan has expanded greatly in recent decades and is continuing to expand in the 21st century. Almost all of this expansion is centred around the modern village centre to the south and east of the old windmill.
The village is also noteworthy for being where Aled Jones grew up and attended the primary school.
The expansion of the village is due to a number of factors including the proximity to Bangor where many of the residents of Llandegfan work, its proximity to the A55 and the excellent views from the village over to the mountains of Snowdonia.
Pubs/Bars in Llandegfan: Penycefn Inn Llandegfan Menai Bridge Isle of Anglesey LL59 5UN 01248 713 230
Schools/Colleges in Llandegfan: Ysgol Gynradd Llandegfan (Primary) Llandegfan Porthaethwy Ynys M�n LL59 5UW 01248 713431 01248 715468
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