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Listed Buildings in Bryneglwys, Denbighshire

  1. II* Church of St Tysilio Photos
    At north side of the village of Bryneglwys, within a hilltop graveyard surrounded by a rubblestone wall; iron gates to south.
  2. II Former Farmhouse at Bryn Tangor
    500 m north of the A5104, 4 km west of Bryneglwys village. The building stands to the west side of the farmyard.
  3. II Former Village School Photos
    At the south-east side of the village street, beside Bryn-awel.
  4. II Plas-yn-Iâl
    To N of road, about 3km E of Bryneglwys.
  5. II Statue of a Barbarian to south of the walled garden at Plas-yn-Iâl
    Standing to south of the walled gardens west of Plas-yn-Iâl farm buildings.
  6. II Statue of a Roman in walled garden at Plas-yn-Iâl
    In walled garden lying to the west of Plas-yn-Iâl farm buildings.
  7. II Ty-isaf-rhos (aka Plas-yn-rhos)
    About 750 m south of the A5104, 1 km east of Bryneglwys village.

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