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(Welsh hlanˌvaɪrpʊhlˈɡwɪnɡɪhl) ,



Llanfair P. G.

(Placename) a village in NW Wales, in SE Anglesey: reputed to be the longest place name in Great Britain when unabbreviated; means: St Mary's Church in the hollow of the white hazel near the rapid whirlpool of Llandysilio of the red cave. Full name: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
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Stewart, of Glasgow, admitted dangerous driving at Llanfair PG in November 2017 and was jailed for a year.
The event will celebrate 100 years since the first WI meeting in Britain took place in Llanfair PG on Anglesey on September 16, 1915.
Llanfair PG railway station, in Anglesey, was called Llanfair pG yesterday as part of Pi Day Cymru, Wales' first national celebration of its link to Pi which takes place today.
The away team which played in Llanfair PG in Anglesey put up a brilliant performance to record eight wins and a 15-point aggregate, enabling the Colne Valley team to claim the points available for overall aggregate score (461-402).
Ivor Barrie Roberts, 70, from Llanfair PG, Anglesey, had a major stroke in November 2011 and is backing the risk assessment campaign for Welsh Pharmacies.
Around 45,000 people living in the Bangor, Capel Curig, Menai Bridge and Llanfair PG areas are advised to boil any tap water for drinking or food preparation until further notice.
Best of all though, they're based in Llanfair PG, which, aside from a winning score in the North Wales edition of Scrabble, actually makes my computer's awful Americanised spell-check emit a noise similar to that of a suicidally-depressed bison.
It is eight letters longer than the Anglesey station shortened to Llanfair PG.
A last-cast cod weighing 15lb was the star of the day and won the boat angling event, earning Ron Hughes (Llanfair PG) pounds 1,345.
WATERY GRAVE: Angel of North, Sunderland; WE'RE DOMED: Millennium Dome, Greenwich; WARNING SIGN: It really is Land's End; HIGH AND DRY: Edinburgh CastleSHOWBOAT: The Pavilion, Brighton; BOAT TRAIN: The station at Llanfair PG
He admitted criminal damage at Tyn Lon garage, Llanfair PG, Anglesey, after the prosecution said the air-line snapped.
At Moldgreen Con: G Siswick (Crosland Moor) v Garaint Booth (Llanfair PG), A Wike (Moldgreen Con) v Arwel Williams (Llanfair PG), R Cox (Lockwood Con) v Adam Harris (Beaumaris), T Brook Crosland Moor v Gavin Davies (Caernarfon), G Senior (Moldgreen Con) v John Short (Bangor), R Mozley.
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