Cerrigydrudion (also known as Cerrig-y-Drudion) is to be found on the high moorlands in the county of Conwy, North Wales. The village straddles a set of crossroads linking the agricultural communities of this Welsh-speaking area of north Wales. One road the busy A5 is the historic coach road that links London to Holyhead. While the B5105 links the moorland uplands of Hiraethog to the pastoral plains of the Vale of Clwyd. The B4501 that cuts through the village links the heartlands of Denbighshire via the Denbigh moors and the Hiraethog reservoirs to the old county of Meirionethshire and the market town of Bala.
In the 21st Century, the people of Cerrigydrudion and district have had to change from a purely agricultural community to a mixed economy embracing both agriculture and tourism. With the ever-growing popularity of activity holidays and extreme sports, Cerrig is ideally placed to benefit from this growing trend. ....
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