Talysarn shown within Gwynedd
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The Welsh language poet Robert Williams Parry was born in 37, Station Road, Talysarn, where a plaque designed by R.L. Gapper commemorates the connection. Other persons connected with the village were Annant, quarryman, preacher and bard, Gwilym R. Jones, bard and journalist, and Idwal Jones author of the Welsh-language radio series SOS, Galw Gari Tryfan.
The 19th century methodist preacher John Jones, Talysarn, is also connected with the village, not by birth but because he settled here, becoming a shopkeeper and quarry owner as a sideline to his main vocation.
Talysarn is covered by a Neighbourhood Policing Team based in the nearby village of Penygroes.
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