We have searched for business suppliers in Llanrwst, Conwy a town with an approximate population of 3,323 , that at the census in 2011 had a working population (aged between 16 and 74) of 1,467 people in work, and have found 11 suppliers of services such as Wall Art, Business Gifts , Accommodation, Accountants, Business Gifts, Graphics Designer, Photographer, Printer Supplies, Team Building & Website Design in Llanrwst and have listed them below split into the type of service that they provide.
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Llanrwst based Accommodation
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Accountants based in Llanrwst
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Business Gifts located in Llanrwst
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Graphics Designer in Llanrwst
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Llanrwst based Photographer
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Llanrwst based Printer Supplies
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Llanrwst based Team Building
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Website Design based in Llanrwst
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Interior Decorating Art in Llanrwst
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Business Gift Ideas in Llanrwst
Llanrwst (i. e. "church or parish of Saint Grwst"; Welsh pronunciation: [ɬanˈruːst]) is a market town and community on the A470 road and the River Conwy, in Conwy County Borough, Wales, and the historic county of Denbighshire. It developed round the wool trade and became known also for the making of harps and clocks. Today, less than a mile from the edge of Snowdonia, its main pursuit is tourism. Notable buildings include almshouses, two 17th-century chapels, and the Parish Church of St Grwst, which holds a stone coffin of Llywelyn the Great. The 2011 census gave it a population of 3,323.
The site of the original church dedicated to St Grwst was Cae Llan in Llanrwst (land now occupied by the Seion Methodist Chapel). The current church of St Grwst is on land which was donated in around 1170 by Rhun ap Nefydd Hardd, a member of the royal family of the Kingdom of Gwynedd, specifically to build a new church so dedicated.
The above introduction to Llanrwst uses material from the Wikipedia article 'Llanrwst' and is used under licence.