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Listed Buildings in Garw Valley, Bridgend

  1. II Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr (Welsh Baptist Chapel)
    Situated near the centre of Blaengarw, the head of the Garw Valley, on rising ground just E of The Strand.
  2. II* Church of St Cein Photos
    Situated on the hilltop approx 2 km NE Llangeinor, reached from the road that links Garw and Ogmore Valleys, centre of a small rural settlement.
  3. I Church of St David, Bettws
    Situated on the hilltop at the centre of the village which became the core of a post-war estate development.
  4. II Ffaldau Workmen's Institute and attached Billiard Hall
    Situated to E and just above the main Valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, the main facade being on Meadow Street, the former main thoroughfare.
  5. II Former Cooperative Bakery
    Situated on Meadow Street, the former main valley throughfare just E of and above the current valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, adjacent to the Workmen's Institute.
  6. II Hooped Grave Cover in Llangeinor churchyard
    In Llangeinor churchyard, SE section, near front boundary wall.
  7. II Monument to Benjamin and Elizabeth Noyle, Pontycymmer Cemetery
    Fronting the main cemetery lane from entrance to chapel on E side.
  8. II Mortuary Chapel
    Situated on the hillside on the eastern edge of the town.
  9. II Pont-y-rhyd-ddu (partly in Garw Valley community)
    The bridge carries the road to Shwt, Bettws and Llangeinor across the Afon Llyvni, near the road junction with the A4063.
  10. II Pontycymer Cemetery Entrance
    Situated on the hillside on the E edge of the town.
  11. II Small Tramroad bridge over Nant Cedfyw, Shwt
    Situated at the confluence of the two streams in Cwm Cedfyw. Reached via a long track following the line of the old tramway, N of the farmstead of Shwt Uchaf and in the cwm E of Tyle-coch.
  12. II Tabernacl Capel yr Annibynwyr (Welsh Independent) including vestry wing
    Situated on a corner site just E of and above the main Valley thoroughfare, the side elevation being on Meadow Street, the original Valley thoroughfare.
  13. II Ty Isaf
    Situated near the SW boundary of the community on the hillside above the Llynfi Valley near the hamlet of Shwt, down a farm track off the rural lane linking the early farmsteads of this area.
  14. II Tyle-coch
    Approximately 1.5 km NW of Bettws and 2 km SE of Llangynwyd, down a short farm track off an old country lane linking a number of early farmsteads.
  15. II Tynton
    Reached up a steep lane from the main road, on the N edge of the village and E side of the valley.
  16. II United Reformed Church including vestry wing
    Situated on a corner site just E of and above the main valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, the side elevation being on Meadow Street which was the original valley thoroughfare.

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