Lleyn Peninsula


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Lleyn Peninsula

(Welsh hliːn)
n
(Placename) a peninsula in NW Wales between Cardigan Bay and Caernarfon Bay
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Pryderi's family own a farm on the Lleyn Peninsula where his brother-in-law has just started milking sheep.
There will be cookery demonstrations and a varied entertainment programme, including Piantel, Trio, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, Meinir Gwilym, Cor Meibion Dwyfor, The Oakley Silver Band and Patrobas - an up-and-coming folk band from the Lleyn Peninsula.
Our home for the weekend was Gwynfryn Farm, an organic farm on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula, only one-and-a-half miles from the town of Pwllheli, 14 miles west of Porthmadog.
The youngster battled for two hours to pump water from the sinking 50ft vessel off the Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales.
A couple of weeks ago found me at St Hywyn's Church at Aberdaron on the Lleyn Peninsula.
The incident over the Lleyn peninsula in North Wales last December led to a major review of operations at RAF Valley, Anglesey.
The Swanland sank about 10 miles west of the Lleyn peninsula in North Wales.
The Swanland sank 10 miles west of the Lleyn peninsula in north Wales after being hit by an enormous wave.
4 magnitude tremor shook the Lleyn Peninsula inWales in 1984.
4 on the Richter scale shook the Lleyn Peninsula of north Wales and was widely felt across England and Wales.
It was while he was Senior House Officer at the Christie Institute in Manchester, specializing in radiotherapy (oncology), that he saw an advertisement for the post of General Practitioner in Llanaelhaearn, on the picturesque Lleyn Peninsula.
Further west, the Lleyn Peninsula offers sandy beaches and the best sailing and surfing in Wales.