Llanfair Waterdine and Lloyney lie
on either side of the River Teme, the border between England and Wales.
Llanfair Waterdine (Llanfair) lies in Shropshire, England whilst
Lloyney is in Powys, Wales.
Llanfair is the natural focus of both
communities as it has its own village hall in the old school where most
events are planned and run. Bought by the community in the early 1960s,
it was renamed in 1967 as the Everest Hall in memory of Lord Hunt of
Llanfair Waterdine, a local resident, who
led the first successful
ascent of Mount Everest.
Lloyney Information, News and Knowledge) is the quarterly Newsletter
delivered free to all the households in the community thanks to funding
from Llanfair Waterdine Parish Council and Beguildy Community Council.
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