Llanynghenedl

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Llanynghenedl
The roadside hamlet of Llanynghenedl - geograph.org.uk - 1293334.jpg
Llanynghenedl is located in Anglesey
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Llanynghenedl shown within Anglesey
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53°17′55″N 4°31′50″W / 53.298529°N 4.530483°W / 53.298529; -4.530483Coordinates: 53°17′55″N 4°31′50″W / 53.298529°N 4.530483°W / 53.298529; -4.530483

Llanynghenedl is a village in Anglesey, in north-west Wales.[1] It is located on the A5025 about 2 miles north-east of Valley and the A5. The village was the site of the historic St Enghenedl's Church, demolished in 1988. For a small settlement public transport links are good with Valley railway station being situated on the North Wales Coast Line and several bus routes connecting the towns of Holyhead and Amlwch running directly through it.

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