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Dolgellau Town Council  

Please contact the Clerk, Rhys Williams, using the following details.

The Clerk, Dolgellau Town Council, 12 Tan y Coed, Nant y Gader, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 1LB

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How to Find Us

From the South

Travelling from South Wales or South-West England the A470 from Cardiff provides a stunning route through the Wye Valley all the way to Dolgellau. As an alternative, you could turn off at Llanidloes and take the B4518 past Llyn Clywedog to Machynlleth and then on to Dolgellau. This route takes you over the Cambrian Mountains and allows fantastic, panoramic views of Snowdonia.

From the North

Travelling from Liverpool, Manchester or further north the A494 through the Vale of Clwyd and on to Bala takes you from lush river valleys to the rocky mountains of Gwynedd.

From the East and South-East

Leave the motorway at Shrewsbury and sit back and enjoy the ride. The last 1.5 hours of your journey on the A458 will take you through Welshpool and Llanfair Caereinion to join the A470 at Mallwyd. Stop at the viewpoint at "The Bwlch" for a stunning view of the Cader Idris mountain range - or a glimpse of jets from RAF Valley flying below you.

By Rail

The railway route from Shrewsbury cuts through the hills then hugs the coast – a great – and very green - introduction to Wales. Dolgellau does not have its own train station but a bus service connects Fairbourne (7 miles away) and Dolgellau, or it’s a scenic 6 mile cycle ride along the Mawddach Trail from Morfa Mawddach station. Alternatively leave the train at Machynlleth (Mack-hunt-leth) and take the lovely bus ride to Dolgellau over the Tal-y-Llyn pass.