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Conwy Jewish Communities

County Borough of Conwy

The county borough of Conwy, in North Wales, was formed as a unitary authority in 1996 by the merger of most of the Colwyn district of the county of Clwyd with the Aberconwy district of the county of the Gwynedd. The principal towns are Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. Until 1974, Colwyn Bay was a municipal borough in the old county of Denbighshire and Llandudno was an urban district in the old county of Caernarfonshire.

Jewish communities and congregations

The following congregations existed in what is now the county borough of Conwy :
 

Llandudno, now serves as the centre for Colwyn Bay and the other dwindling Jewish communities of north Wales.

For Other Information - see under individual congregation pages


Jewish Communities in Wales home page

Jewish Congregations in the former county of Caernarfonshire

Jewish Congregations in the former county of Denbighshire

Jewish Congregations in Wales, according to current unitary authorities

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