Gwynedd

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Gwynedd
—  Ard-ard as coontae freilt  —

Armys
Jarroo-raa: Cadernid Gwynedd
"Niart Ghwynedd"
Gwynedd ayns Bretyn
Co-ordnaidyn: 52°50′N 03°55′W / 52.833°N 3.917°W / 52.833; -3.917Co-ordnaidyn: 52°50′N 03°55′W / 52.833°N 3.917°W / 52.833; -3.917
Çheer Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Reeriaght Unnaneysit
Çheer cho-ayrnagh Flag of Wales.svg Bretyn
Coontae Freilt Gwynedd
Shenn choontae Gwynedd
Bunneeaght
 - 5oo eash Reeriaght Ghwynedd
 - 1972 Coontae
 - 1996 Ard-ard as lught-reill unnaneagh
Ard-oik Caernarfon
Reiltys
 - Sorçh Lught-reill unnaneagh
 - Colught Coonceil Ghwynedd
 - OHAyn Dafydd Elis-Jones, Gareth Jones , Alun Ffred Jones
 - MPyns Guto Bebb, Elfyn Llwyd, Hywel Williams
 - OAOyn John Bufton, Jill Evans, Kay Swinburne, Derek Vaughan
Eaghtyr
 - Yn clane 2,548 km² (983.8 mi ker)
Earroo yn phobble (2007)
 - Yn clane 118,400 (13oo)
 - Glooaght y phobble 47/km² (121.7/mi ker)
Kynneeaght[1]
 - Bane 98.81%
 - meshtit 0.41%
 - Aishanagh 0.37%
 - Gorrym 0.10%
 - elley 0.30%
Çhengey[2]
 - Bretnish 70%
Cryss hraa Traa Mean Ghreenwich (UTC+0)
 - Sourey (TTSL) Traa Houree Ghoaldagh (UTC+1)
Coad postagh
ISO 3166-2 GB-CGN
Coad ONS 00NC
NUTS 3 UKL12
Coad OS SH568371
Rheynn-reih Hionnal Ashoonagh Vretin Arfon, Dwyfor Meirionnydd
Rheynn-reih Ard-whaiyl Hostyn Arfon, Dwyfor Meirionnydd
Rheynn-reih ny h-Oarpey Bretyn
Ynnyd-eggey www.gwynedd.gov.uk

She coontae ayns Bretin Heear Hwoaie eh Gwynedd, as Caernarfon balley reiragh y choontae. Ta Bretnish ec 70% jeh'n phobble, yn earroo smoo ayns Bretin. Ta Gwynedd ny coontae freilt Vretin chammah.

Baljyn as baljyn beggey ayns Gwynedd jeianagh[reagh]

Shennaghys[reagh]

Bae Tremadog.

Va Gwynedd ny reeriaght neuchrogheydagh neayr's jerrey yn eash Romaanagh derrey'n 13oo Eash, tra hie ee fo haart Hostyn. Ta Gwynedd jeianagh rere'n shenn reeriaght. V'ee mastey hoght coondaeghyn hie er croo er 1 Averil 1974 rere'n Local Government Act 1972. Va'n choontae shoh goaill stiagh ny coondaeghyn shenndeeagh Moan as Sir Gaernarfon, chammah's Sir Feirionnydd (faagail magh Edeyrnion Rural District; hie ee stiagh ayns Clwyd), as shiartanse dy skeeraghyn Sir Ddinbych: Llanrwst, Llansanffraid Glan Conwy, Eglwysbach, Llanddoget, Llanrwst Rural as Tir Ifan.

Va queig slystyn ec Gwynedd:

Dastyr y Local Government (Wales) Act 1994 y choontae 1974 as ny slystyn eck er 1 Averil 1996. Rheynn ee ayns tree: haink Moan y ve ny coontae hene, as ghow Conwy Aberconwy (goaill stiagh ny rheynnyn v'ec Sir Ddinbych traa dy row). Y chooid elley, va coontae noa jeant jeh, Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire, er y fa dy row eh goaill stiagh y chooid smoo jeh'n ghaa choontae shenndeeagh shoh. Mastey kied obbyraghyn ny coonceil choontae, chaghlaa ad yn ennym dys Gwynedd er 2 Averil 1996.

Jiu[reagh]

Ta Gwynedd jeianagh fo Coonceil Ghwynedd. Reayll ad creeaghyn ny coontae roie-1996 myr coontae freilt, son obbraghyn jesh-chliaghtagh, myr sampleyr, y Lord Lieutenant. Ayns 2003, ren ad caghlaa ny creeaghyn dys adsyn t'ec y choontae yeianagh. Myr shen, ta'n choontae freilt goaill stiagh Gwynedd as Moan, as ta Conwy ooilley ayns Clwyd.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Gwynedd. Ethnic Group (UV09). Office for National Statistics. Feddynit er 2011-09-29.
  2. Gwynedd. Welsh Language Skills (UV84). Office for National Statistics. Feddynit er 2011-09-29.