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Listed Buildings in Laleston, Bridgend

  1. II Broadlands House
    Situated near the boundary between Laleston and Bridgend Communities. Reached along straight private drive off the main road; separate farm buildings to N.
  2. II Cefn Road Overbridge
    On a minor road south of the M4 leading from the B4281 at Cefn Cribwr to Laleston.
  3. I Church of St David Photos
    In the centre of the village, on a slight rise above the High Street. Church stands in a roughly circular churchyard surrounded by rubble wall with wrought iron gates S and E.
  4. II Churchyard Cross in St David's churchyard Photos
    On the S side of the church near the porch.
  5. II Cliff Cottage Photos
    Opposite W end of Church of St David and on a rise above High Street.
  6. II Former Horeb Welsh Presbyterian Church Photos
    On the E edge of the village, side onto the main thoroughfare.
  7. II Llangewydd Overbridge
    On a minor road south of the M4 and the B4281 at Cefn Cribwr, near Llangewydd Court Farm.
  8. II Milepost Photos
    Nearly opposite Ty Mawr on the N side of the main village throughfare.
  9. II The Laleston Inn Photos
    In the village centre just N of the church and directly fronting the street.
  10. II The Oystercatcher Public House Photos
    Just E of village centre facing main thoroughfare.
  11. II* Ty Mawr aka The Great House Photos
    On the main village thoroughfare a short distance SW of the Church of St David.
  12. II Village Farm House Photos
    Near the centre of the village a little E of the church and facing the main village throughfare on a corner of a small lane.

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