Welcome to Llangefni.org

Llangefni is a market town located in the heart of the Isle of Anglesey.


It stands alongside the Afon Cefni and the town is named after the river. It is also located on the old road to Holyhead, and was historically an important stop for horse drawn carriages travelling to the port.   

Llangefni is Anglesey's main market town with markets held twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays. The town is also the main administrative centre for Anglesey, and it is an important retail, service and industrial location.

Ysgol Y Bont

Latest project news

For latest news on how the project is taking shape click here.

Parc Lôn Las

Parc Lôn Las is now fully open to the general public. Llangefni Bowling Club have been having a good season with the condition of the green improved as a result of the recent work. Anyone wishing to make use of the multi-purpose surface should contact the town council to arrange a time slot. The number is 01248 723332.

Llangefni Town Council are also looking at increasing the seating area, and are optimistic about securing additional funding to undertake some further improvements.

The project was funded through the Anglesey Three Towns Programme, which includes EU Convergence, Welsh Government and Anglesey County Council funding to help improve the town centres of Llangefni, Holyhead and Amlwch.



28th, 29th & 30th NOVEMBER

Town Market

Held every Thursday and Saturday at the Town Hall Car Park.



(every first Saturday of each month)


Download a map of Llangefni 

cliciwch yma / click here

Latest News

Improvements to Bryn Cefni Business Bark

The Isle of Anglesey County Council’s Economic Development Service recently secured a grant of £1.5M from the European Regional Development Fund (EU Convergence Programme for West Wales and the Valleys) and £350,000 from the Welsh Government’s Môn a Menai Regeneration Programme. This funding will enable a package of industrial estate improvements in the Llangefni area which will include:

  • Estate reviews and improvement plans
  • Development briefs for key sites
  • Estate signage and environmental Improvements
  • Site infrastructure improvements
  • Marketing and promotional activities to attract investment and jobs
  • Development of new business units to rent

AMEC have recently been commissioned to undertake a detailed master-plan exercise along with a review of the current signage and provide recommendations on the required environmental enhancements. Once this work has been developed sufficiently, consultation with key stakeholders will take place to form the final set of conclusions and recommendations.

Craft workers open shop in Llangefni.

Gwynedd and Clwyd Association of Craftworkers's fair coordinator Ann Evans has opened a new shop in Llangefni, featuring a number of locally made craft items from members of the group.

The shop is situated in Canolfan Cefni Arcade, just off Llangefni High Street,and behind Oriel Daniel gallery and tea room.

The shop sells a selection of hand-made crafts from North Wales, including knitwear, painted glass, jewellery, local watercolour art and prints, cards, wooden toys and decorative wooden keepsakes.

The shop is open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Town Market

Llangefni Town Market is open every Thursday and Saturday. You can find Hardware, Homeware, Sports & Fashion Clothing, Auto Accessories, Fresh Fruit and Veg, Local Fresh Meats plus much, much more.

If you are a new retail business and looking to start trading, the local town markets can provide a cost effective route into high street retailing. If you are interested in setting up as a market trader, and wish to attend Llangefni Market, please contact Llinos Jones on 07807463790

Contact information

Contact: Miss Llinos Jones
Telephone: 07807463790

Email: llinosmon913@gmail.com

This website has been funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Welsh Government and Anglesey County Council