Llanidloes :: Shared Description

Llandiloes is situated along the A470 and B4518 roads in Powys, within the historic county boundaries of Montgomeryshire. The towns official website LinkExternal link describes it as a small town at the heart of Wales, nestling amidst the eastern slopes of the Cambrian Mountains, Llanidloes is at the heart of the ancient medieval kingdom of Arwystli and is one of the great little market towns of Mid Wales, UK and the first town on the River Severn. The population recorded at the 2011 census was 2,929, of whom 15% were Welsh-speakers. Llanidloes takes its name from the early seventh century Celtic Saint Idloes (Llan-Idloes = the Church of St Idloes), after whom its parish church is named. It received a market charter from the King in 1270. The present-day street plan follows much of the 13th century grid layout.
by David Dixon

12 images use this description:

SN9584 : Long Bridge Street, The Old Market Hall by David Dixon
SN9584 : Llanidloes, The Old Market Hall by David Dixon
SN9584 : Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Llanidloes by Eirian Evans
SN9583 : Llanidloes, Llangurig Road by David Dixon
SN9583 : Llangurig Road (B4518) Llanidloes by David Dixon
SN9583 : Llanidloes, Traffic Calming near the High School by David Dixon
SN9584 : Llanidloes, Long Bridge Street by David Dixon
SN9584 : Pedestrian Crossing on Long Bridge Street by David Dixon
SN9583 : A470 at Llanidloes by David Dixon
SN9584 : Llanidloes, Smithfield Street by David Dixon
SN9584 : Smithfield Street, Llanidloes by David Dixon
SN9584 : Llangurig Road (B4518) by David Dixon


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Created: Wed, 29 Jun 2016, Updated: Wed, 29 Jun 2016

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