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Listed Buildings in Llangennech, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Bethesda Capel Bach
    At the south-east corner of the graveyard of Bethesda Chapel, in Llangennech village 150m north of St Cennych's Church. Wrought iron gates with wrought iron railings on a plinth wall facing the street
  2. II Bethesda Chapel
    In Bank Road in Llangennech village about 150m north-west of St Cennych's Church. Large graveyard with stone wall and wrought iron gates to street.
  3. II Bridge over Afon Morlais (partly in Llannon Community)
    On minor road from Cil Ddewi to Blaenhiraeth, over the Afon Morlais.
  4. II Capel Salem
    At the junction of Bank Road with Afon Road (A4297) in the centre of Llangennech Village. Stone perimeter wall with iron railings to Afon Road; large graveyard to the north.
  5. II Church of St Cennych (aka St Gwynog)
    On a hilltop site east of Bank Road in the centre of Llangennech village, 150m north of the B4297 (Afon Road). Stone wall to front, part with cast-iron railings and gates between plain ashlar piers.
  6. II Cornish Engine House of Penprys Colliery
    On waste land 50m north of the A4138, 200m west of the minor road to Porth Dafen.
  7. II Goitre Wen Farmhouse with adjacent Walled Yards and Garden
    About 3km north of St Cennych's church. The farmhouse is reached by a private lane leading north-west from near Hen Goitre on an unclassified minor road.
  8. II Goitre Wen Farmyard: Barn Range
    To the north of the farmyard at the rear of Goitre Wen.
  9. II Goitre Wen Farmyard: Cartsheds and Sties
    To the west of the rear yard of Goitre Wen farmhouse, facing north to the farmyard and backing on to the walled garden.
  10. II Goitre Wen Stables and Domestic Offices
    To the north of Goitre Wen farmhouse, to which it is attached by high masonry walls enclosing the rear yard of the house. The stables face north, and lean-to domestic offices at their rear face the ho

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