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Nebo, Gwynedd

Nebo, Gwynedd is a small village in Gwynedd, Wales near Llanllyfni.


The Arfon television broadcasting mast is on a nearby mountain and supplies most of the valley below, as well as a large part of Gwynedd. Erected in 1962, it is currently the highest structure in Wales since the addition of a new antenna in 2008 slightly extended it to 317 metres.[1]

Nebo has a primary school with around 40 children Nebo is mainly a small residential area now, as the chapel and post office have been sold in the last couple of decades. There is a play-area and a football pitch where school and community events are held. The village no longer has a youth club, which used to meet in the room above the school.

The population are largely Welsh speakers.


  1. ^ The Team (2009-11-18). "Nebo Mast, Arfon Transmitter > Nebo and Nasareth Village History". Retrieved 2013-05-23. 

External links

  • : photos of Nebo, Gwynedd and surrounding area

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