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Henefail Cottages, Marian-Glas - - 1192008.jpg
Henefail Cottages in Marian-glas
Marian-glas is located in Anglesey
Marian-glas shown within Anglesey
OS grid referenceSH503843
Principal area
Ceremonial county
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Postcode districtLL73
Dialling code01248
PoliceNorth Wales
FireNorth Wales
EU ParliamentWales
UK Parliament
Welsh Assembly
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53°20′05″N 4°14′52″W / 53.3346°N 4.2478°W / 53.3346; -4.2478Coordinates: 53°20′05″N 4°14′52″W / 53.3346°N 4.2478°W / 53.3346; -4.2478

Marian-glas or Marianglas (About this soundWelsh pronunciation) is a small village and post town in Anglesey, in north-west Wales.[1] It is situated between the larger villages of Moelfre and Benllech and just off the A5025. There is a large caravan park on the edge of the village and several camp sites. However there is a churchand pub but no shop. It has a memorial to those killed in the two world wars, including a list of 17 seamen from the Merchant Navy.[2]

Marian-glas Hut Group is an unenclosed hut circle (53°20′16″N 4°15′06″W / 53.3379°N 4.2516°W / 53.3379; -4.2516 (Marian-glas Hut Group), SH501846). This Scheduled Ancient Monument (Cadw SAM No. AN093) is a roundhouse settlement dating at least back to Roman times. It is also called Cae Marh Hut Group. There are several huts with thick walls, some standing up to 1.4m high.[3][4] Some of the huts walls are now obscured by a thicket, while others are visible as wall lines in the lawns of Marianglas caravan park. The location is indicated on the ground through a signboard by the Ministry of Public Building and Works (which dates the sign to 1962-70).[5]

Academy Award-winning actor Hugh Griffith was born in Marian-glas in 1912.[6]



  1. ^ Google Maps (Map). Google. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  2. ^ "Marianglas War Memorials on the Isle of Anglesey". Retrieved 2013-09-02.
  3. ^ Coflein NPRN No.302509, RCAHMW .
  4. ^ Archwilio: Gwynneth Archaeological Trust PRN No 3611.
  5. ^ "Records of the successive Works departments, and the Ancient Monuments Boards and... | The National Archives". Retrieved 2013-09-02.
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