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The King's Head, Amlwch is a public house situated in Salem Street, one of the main streets in Amlwch, Anglesey, Wales.

The pub name is one of many many King's Heads found all over the United Kingdom. It is named after Henry VII of England, who was born in Wales (Pembroke Castle) in 1457.

The King's Head, Amlwch

"The Kings" as it is popurlarly known, is the only original pub left standing from the town's proud copper industry at Parys Mountain in the eighteenth century. This is at a time when it was recorded that there was a pub ratio of one pub for every four people in the town. Some feat considering that the population was near 10,000 at the time.

It has been said by previous landlords that the pub is haunted and ghosts have been seen wandering the corridors upstairs.

The King's Head are also the main sponsors of the town's football team, Amlwch Town F.C..

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Coordinates: 53°24′32″N 4°20′41″W / 53.4088°N 4.3447°W / 53.4088; -4.3447


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