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Listed Buildings in Lampeter Velfrey, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Carvan Congregational Chapel Photos
    2 km E of Lampeter Velfrey. Graveyard to the S side with rendered stone boundary wall and a simple iron gate. Separate vestry building within the graveyard.
  2. II Central Limekiln at Croft Quarries, Blaencilgoed
    In a quarry (Croft Quarries) at N of lane about 300 m NE of Blaencilgoed farm, Ludchurch
  3. II Central Limekiln at Kiln Park, Blaencilgoed
    In a quarry (Kiln Park) at S of lane about 500 m E of Blaencilgoed farm, Ludchurch
  4. II* Church of St. Elidyr Photos
    4 km S of village of Lampeter Velfrey, about 400 m N of Ludchurch village, in a square churchyard partly walled.
  5. II Church of St. Peter
    At the E end of Lampeter Velfrey village, in a circular churchyard surrounded by a stone wall. Iron gate and cobbled path from gate to porch.
  6. II Crinow and Lampeter Velfrey Parish Boundary Stone Photos
    At N side of the unclassified road on the parish boundary near Clyn Pattel.
  7. II Cyffic and Lampeter Velfrey Parish Boundary Stone
    N side of the B4328 on the old county and parish boundary at Tavernspite.
  8. II Derry Cottage
    At N side of the road to Whitland near the crossing of the Avon Cwm, 1 km E of Lampeter Velfrey village. Small front garden with hedge, iron gate and cobbled path to door.
  9. II East Limekiln at Croft Quarries
    In a quarry (Croft Quarries) at N of lane about 300 m NE of Blaencilgoed farm, Ludchurch
  10. II East Limekiln at Kiln Park, Blaencilgoed
    In a quarry (Kiln Park) at S of lane about 500 m E of Blaencilgoed farm, Ludchurch
  11. II East Limekiln, Ludchurch Quarry
    75 m SE of St Elidyr's church, in a quarry now flooded. The E of two surviving kilns.
  12. II Footbridge beside the Lane through Catershook Wood
    Reached by an unclassified road running SE from the A478 just S of Templeton; 1 km from the main road, in Catershook Wood. It bypasses a ford at Ford Lake (now culverted). On the Community boundary be
  13. II Milepost at Gelli-deg
    700 m E of Prince's Gate.
  14. II Milepost at Glan Rhyd
    80 m W of Blaengwaith Noah House near Glan Rhyd Bridge.
  15. II Milepost in Tavernspite village Photos
    E of village of Tavernspite, N side of road
  16. II Milepost near Lower Llantydwell
    100 m E of the lane to Lower Llantydwell Farm.
  17. II Tall Trees
    200 m E of Ludchurch Cross, on the S side of an unclassified road.
  18. II Telephone Call-box to SE of St Peter's Church
    On S side of main road through village; to SE of St Peter's Church and opposite School Room.
  19. II War Memorial
    In a recess formed in the S wall of the churchyard, facing the village street.
  20. II West Limekiln at Croft Quarries, Blaencilgoed
    In a quarry (Croft Quarries) at N of lane about 300 m NE of Blaencilgoed farm, Ludchurch
  21. II West Limekiln, Ludchurch Quarry
    50 m S of St Elidyr's church, in a quarry now flooded. The W of two surviving kilns.

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