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Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛˈdəviː], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282.

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  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛˈdəviː], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282.
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛˈdəviː], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey, is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known in English as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known in English as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]), also known in English as Aberdovey (), is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal.
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. 43.3% of houses in the village are holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park.
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. 43.3% of houses in the village are holiday homes. The village is located within the Snowdonia National Park.
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  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛˈdəviː], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach but it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig (Welsh: Penhelyg), with its own railway station, is the eastern part of the village. Aberdyfi is a popular tourist attraction, with many returning holidaymakers, especially from the metropolitan areas of England, such as the West Midlands, which is less than 100 miles to the east. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes, resulting in high house prices. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛˈdəviː], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach but it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig (Welsh: Penhelyg), with its own railway station, is the eastern part of the village. Aberdyfi is a popular tourist attraction, with many returning holidaymakers, especially from the metropolitan areas of England, such as the West Midlands, which is less than 100 miles to the east. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes, resulting in high house prices. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey, is a village and community on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales.The Community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach but it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig (Welsh: Penhelyg), with its own railway station, is the eastern part of the village. Aberdyfi is a popular tourist attraction, with many returning holidaymakers, especially from the metropolitan areas of England, such as the West Midlands, which is less than 100 miles to the east. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes, resulting in high house prices. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey, is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach but it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig (Welsh: Penhelyg), with its own railway station, is the eastern part of the village. Aberdyfi is a popular tourist attraction, with many returning holidaymakers, especially from the metropolitan areas of England, such as the West Midlands, which is less than 100 miles to the east. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes, resulting in high house prices. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey, is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach but it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig (Welsh: Penhelyg), with its own railway station, in the eastern part of the village. Aberdyfi, being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey, is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of Aberdyfi. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, Aberdyfi is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of Aberdyfi. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, Aberdyfi is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known in English as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of Aberdyfi. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, Aberdyfi is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known in English as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the River Dyfi estuary. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi], also known in English as Aberdovey , is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]), also known in English as Aberdovey (), is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The community had a population of 878 as of the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. The village was founded around the harbour and shipbuilding industry but is now best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. Founded by shipbuilding, Aberdyfi is now a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. A relatively large proportion of houses in the village are now holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined).
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. Founded by shipbuilding, Aberdyfi is now a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. 43.3% of houses in the village are holiday homes. The town is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined). 59.4% of the population were born outside Wales.
  • Aberdyfi (Welsh pronunciation: [abɛrˈdəvi]) also known in English as Aberdovey () is both a village and a community in Gwynedd, Wales, located on the northern side of the estuary of the River Dyfi. The population of the community was 878 at the 2011 census. The electoral ward had a larger population of 1,282 and includes the community of Pennal. Founded by shipbuilding, Aberdyfi is now a seaside resort with a high quality beach. The centre is on the river and seafront, around the original harbour, jetty and beach; it stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside in the midst of typical Welsh coastal scenery of steep green hills and sheep farms. Penhelig railway station (Welsh: Penhelyg) is in the eastern part of the village. Being less than 100 miles (160 km) from the West Midlands, the area is popular with tourists. 43.3% of houses in the village are holiday homes. The village is located within the Snowdonia National Park. In the 2011 census, 38.5% of the population of Aberdyfi ward identified themselves as Welsh (or combined). 59.4% of the population were born outside Wales.
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