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Listed Buildings in Clocaenog, Denbighshire

  1. II Bagot Memorial
    On the summit of Llys y Frenhines, beside the trig point, at a location commanding an exceptional la
  2. II Barn Range at Plas Clocaenog
    A long range extending south from Plas Clocaenog farmhouse.
  3. II Cae Segwen
    1 km east of Clocaenog Village, in a small farmyard.
  4. II* Church of St Foddhyd Photos
    At the west side of the village of Clocaenog. Square churchyard with stone wall to front and to eas
  5. II Detached Lofted Farm Building at Plas Clocaenog
    To east side of farmyard opposite the long barn range, south east of the house.
  6. II Hen Blas
    To the west of the village of Clocaenog, reached by a farm track to the south of the road to Plas Cl
  7. II Plas Clocaenog Farmhouse with attached outbuildings
    On the road leading west from the village of Clocaenog, at about ½ km from the village.
  8. II Sundial in St Foddhyd's Churchyard Photos
    At the south-east corner of the churchyard of St Foddhyd, in Clocaenog village.
  9. II Triple Stable or Cowhouse at Plas Clocaenog
    To the south side of Plas Clocaenog farmyard, south of the road.
  10. II Ty Isa
    100 m SW of Clocaenog church, beside the road to Plas Clocaenog
  11. II Tyn-y-mynydd
    In a valley 1 km south west of the village of Clocaenog, reached by a track north from an unclassifi
  12. II War Memorial in St Foddhyd's Churchyard Photos
    At the south-east corner of the churchyard of St Foddhyd, in Clocaenog village.

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