MALCOLM COWTAN meets the directors of a north Wales operator that has been trading for 108 years, has an unusual share structure and shares operation of its main route with a neighbour

The village of Trefor nestles on the north coast of the Llyn peninsula halfway between Caernarfon and Pwllheli, north Wales. The three mountains called Yr Eifl in Welsh (The Forks or The Strides in English, often incorrectly translated phonetically as The Rival) towers above the village, and the mountains’ granite was quarried until relatively recently, providing local employment.


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