Ponsrys : diforc'h etre ar stummoù

724 okted lamet ,  15 vloaz zo
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'''Ponsrys''' (pe ''Lys Kerwyd''; [[saozneg]]: ''LiskeardWadebridge'') a zo ur gêr a g[[Kernev-Veur]] e rannbarzh [[KaradonKernow Gledh]]. E [[2001]] e oa 6.351 a dud o chom eno.
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Lec'hiet emañ e war aberioù ar Stêt Kammel.
'''Ponsrys''' (pe ''Lys Kerwyd''; [[saozneg]]: ''Liskeard'') a zo ur gêr a g[[Kernev-Veur]] e rannbarzh [[Karadon]]. E [[2001]] e oa 6.351 a dud o chom eno.
 
Lec'hiet emañ e penn ar Stêr Logh e gevred ar vro.
 
Wadebridge (Cornish: Ponsrys) is a market town in North Cornwall, England,UK, with a population of 6 222 (Census 2001). It is located at 50°31′04″N, 04°50′07″W. The town is located on the Camel Estuary, some 5 miles (8 km) upstream from Padstow. For many years Wadebridge was a traffic congested town but in 1991 the Wadebridge bypass was opened together with the Egloshayle bypass causing the two settlements to regain much of their former charm. The main shopping street in Wadebridge (Molesworth Street) has subsequently become pedestrianized through an inner link road, allowing traffic free shopping.
 
==Liammoù diavaez==
* [http://www.liskeard.gov.uk/ Ti-kêr Lyskerrys]
 
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