A warm welcome to the Sully and Lavernock Residents’ Association website. We aim to bring you up to the minute information that affects you.

We believe that Sully and Lavernock are both nice places to live. Together let’s make them a community

The name of our village is Sully and will always remain so however the Welsh version of Sully should be Abersili not Sili as indicated on roadsigns and official documentation

Sully Church © Copyright Gareth James

The Welsh name Abersili is derived from its situation at the mouth of the rivulet Sili. Sully is perhaps a corruption of Sili, hissing water ; or of Sylwy : syl — sylhi, to gaze ; and wy, water. Some think the word is the Norse for ploughed island, and others think it is a modified form of Sulwy or Sule, a woman’s name.

 

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A new shop has opened in Sully next to One Stop!
Cards & Candy
Shop owners – village locals Alana & Chris John, offer a selection of Greeting Cards ~ Seasonal Cards ~ Wrap ~ Banners ~ Helium Balloons ~ Badges ~ Traditional Sweets ~ Pick n Mix ~ Sweet Gifts ~ Customised Party Bags ~ Slush Drinks ~ And more… Come in and have a look.
The shop telephone number is: 02920 530392 Email: sales@cardsandcandy.co.uk Like us on Facebook : cards&candy

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NICK JOHN REES

ARTIST WORKING IN ALL MEDIUMS

Sunset over Barry Island from Sully

Nick has been a resident of Sully for 27yrs & his paintings are held in public & private collections throughout the world. At present he is a Gallery Artist at The Albany Gallery, Cardiff; Rowles Fine Art, Ludlow; The Waterfront Gallery, Milford Haven & frequently shows his work at the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art. He believes that Art should be affordable to all & his prices may surprise you!For further info please see www.nickjohnrees.yolasite.com