Pandy Tudur

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The parish church

Pandy Tudur is a village in Conwy county borough, in the north-west of Wales, and lies some 5 miles NE of Llanrwst.

It takes its name from the pandy (or fulling mill) which was located there.

According to the United Kingdom Census 2001, 55.5% of the population speak the Welsh language. The highest percentage of speakers is within the 5-9 age group, where 71.1% can speak the language. Children in the village mostly attend a small Welsh primary school in the nearby village of Llangernyw.

The village has a parish church.

Nearby lie the turbines of Moel Maelogan wind farm.

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Media related to Pandy Tudur at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 53°09′49″N 3°42′35″W / 53.16366°N 3.70984°W / 53.16366; -3.70984