Antur Nantlle


Antur Nantlle Cyf was established in 1991 as a non profit making community company to work for the benefit of Dyffryn Nantlle and its environs. The company strives to develop the local economy, the environment and the community by attracting grant funding to the area to carry our regeneration projects. Antur Nantlle strongly believe in working in partnership with local groups and statutory bodies to achieve our aims, and are always looking for new ideas, to encourage new enterprises and job creation opportunities.The Antur Nantlle logo

Antur Nantlle’s administrative office is located within our Technology Centre in the centre of Penygroes. From here the Antur offers a wide range of services to the residents of Dyffryn Nantlle and further afield. The doors of the Centre are open to locals and visitors alike to access local knowledge, use the computers and internet access, photo copying service, fax machine, laminating equipment and much more. Our computer training room is used by training providers to offer a wide variety of courses.

We offer industrial units, office space and a shop to let in the area and looking after our tenants is one of our main priorities.

Antur Nantlle’s Board of Directors

Antur Nantlle is governed by a Board of volunteer Directors all sharing the same objectives of creating a prosperous and sustainable society in Dyffryn Nantlle.


For more information about the work of Antur Nantlle please contact:

  •  Principal Officer: Robat Jones

Post: Antur Nantlle Technology Centre, 20 Water Street, Penygroes, Caernarfon, Gwynedd. LL54 6LR

Phone: 01286 882688


Relevant Documents

  »»  Antur Nantlle 2010 Annual Report - November 2010 Linc mewnol: Agorir mewn ffenestr newydd Dogfen PDF (4.5Mb)

  »»  Antur Nantlle 2009 Annual Report - November 2009 Linc mewnol: Agorir mewn ffenestr newydd Dogfen PDF (5Mb)

  »»  Antur Nantlle 2008 Annual Report - November 2008 Linc mewnol: Agorir mewn ffenestr newydd Dogfen PDF (1.26Mb)

  »»  A Report on Tourism in Dyffryn Nantlle - May 2006 Internal link: Opens in a new window PDF Document (482kb)

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