On this day in 1240, Llywelyn ap Iorweth (‘Llywelyn the Great’), true prince of Wales, died at Aberconwy Abbey.

For 45 years he ruled the nation of Wales, holding back the English attempt to take over Wales by conquest.

He handed his nation to 2 sons Dafydd and Gruffydd which then passed on to Llywelyn II, and ultimately Glyn Dŵr.

In 2018, the false title of the son of the Queen of England is being used to remind us of our place.

Stop the renaming of the second Severn Crossing to the Prince of Wales Bridge


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