Llanelly


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Llan•e•lly

(læˈnɛl i; Welsh. hlæˈnɛ hli)

n.
a seaport in Dyfed, in S Wales. 76,800.
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Bydd y gwaith yn mynd dan y morthwyl yn y sel fawr ynghyd ag eitemau porslen Abertawe a Nantgarw, crochenwaith Llanelly a gwaith gan artistiaid amlwg Cymru'r 20fed ganrif.
Drwy weithio ar brosiectau treftadaeth pwysig fel Ty Llanelly a Neuadd y Ddinas Abertawe, mae prentisiaid wedi ennill profiad mewn sgiliau adeiladu traddodiadol, sy'n hanfodol ar gyfer llwyddiant prosiectau treftadaeth yn y dyfodol.
The A465 Heads Of The Valleys Road eastbound was closed due to a landslip between the Ebbw Vale Roundabout and Brynmawr Roundabout and South Wales Fire and Rescue reported floodings across Aberdare, Ebbw Vale, New Tredegar, Nelson, Llanharan, Abercynon and Llanelly Hill.
G Littlewood and V Llanelly, |single storey rear extension and decking, 16 Ingdale Drive, Wooldale, Holmfirth.
Now open to visitors, Llanelly House aims to become a unique Genealogy Research facility in 2014.
Daniel Parr, 24, of Penallt Estate, Llanelly Hill, Abergavenny, appeared at Gloucester Crown Court accused of causing the death of Raymond Vaughan by dangerous driving.
Wedi priodi ym 1951, a chael cartref ym 1952, anfonodd Llanelly District Council ffurflen dreth atynt - yn Saesneg.
An internal police investigation into the incident near Llanelly Hill, Gwent, has begun.
Mr Lock Smith, the Llanelly Coroner, gave his decision yesterday when he recorded a verdict of accidental death due to drowning.
It was McGrory who signed Stein from Llanelly in 1951.