Dewch i Langynog am ddiwrnod o hwyl a sbri! – Come along for a great family day out!
A BRIEF HISTORY OF LLANSTEFFAN HALL The Hall is one of three 1930’s buildings in the village. The imposing height, clean lines, and plain windows, set in stark limestone walls, are all characteristic of the times. The doors are oak with typical heavy fittings. The fine metal lettering above stands proud of the front wall, […]
Llansteffan and the surrounding villages have long been a favourite haunt of Welsh literary greats, some of whom have gone on to world wide acclaim. From yesteryear’s Dylan Thomas, Glyn Jones and Lynette Roberts to modern writers and poets like Jon Dressel and Raymond Garlick, the villages of the Llansteffan peninsular have proved an […]
Yes – it’s time to dust off that scarecrow you’ve been hiding in the cupboard, search outl those dodgy clothes you used to wear in th 70s/80s/90s for the Carnival parade, and of course rehearse all your complex dance moves and hidden talents ready for stardom in Llansteffan’s Got Talent!!! Kick off your Fiesta Week with a […]
Welsh is enjoyed as a living language every day. Historians and linguists agree that our language owes its survival largely to the Bible. The acclaimed 16th century scholar, William Morgan, diligently and painstakingly translated the entire Bible, from original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts, into Welsh. New translations emerged, based on the pioneering labours of Morgan, […]