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Listed Buildings in Llangennith, Llanmadoc and Cheriton, Swansea

  1. II Barn attached to Church with Roadside Range
    Attached to St Cenydd's Church at the west of the nave.
  2. II Bethesda Presbyterian Chapel Photos
    Prominently sited on the north side of the Green at Burry Green.
  3. II Big House Farmhouse
    South side of the main street of the village, 200 m south east of the church. Range of stone outbuildings to west. Stone garden walls to the front.
  4. I Church of St Cadoc Photos
    In the hamlet of Cheriton, east of Llanmadoc. Stone churchyard wall on three sides, with iron railing, gate, and lamp arch to east. Concrete path to church door. The grave stone (renewed) of Rev WD Da
  5. II* Church of St Cenydd
    In the village of Llangennith. Stone churchyard wall; war memorial NE of churchyard is a white marble Celtic cross with interlacing on face. Early C20 timber-framed lychgate to N. To the S is the sit
  6. II Church of St Madoc Photos
    At W end of village. Rubble stone churchyard wall to south and east; iron gate with iron lamp arch. Graveyard enlarged to north. Cobble paving at entrance.
  7. II Circular Pigsty near Pill House
    At left of path north from Frog Lane to Pill House.
  8. II Glebe Farmhouse Photos
    At west side of road, immediately north of St Cadoc's Church in Cheriton.
  9. II Limekiln in Bovehill Wood
    At roadside to north of hamlet of Landimore
  10. II Packhorse Bridge over Burry Pill Photos
    In Cheriton Wood, on a footpath south west from Kittlehill
  11. II Plenty Farmhouse
    At the centre of West Town in Llangennith village, on an island site with farm buildings to north and south and a small farmyard to rear. Rubblestone garden and yard walls to front.
  12. II St Cenydd's Lychgate
    At the north entrance to St Cenydd's churchyard, Llangennith
  13. II Telephone Call-box near Townsend (01792 390179)
    In Landimore hamlet, at entrance to Townsend farmyard
  14. II Telephone Call-box to north of Post Office (01792 386237)
    At south side of village street, in front of former Post Office
  15. II The Old House, Delvid Farm
    At end of lane leading from Llangennith village to Delfid Burrows
  16. II The Old Rectory Photos
    At the west end of Llanmadoc Village, south of the churchyard.
  17. II Trinity Presbyterian Chapel
    North side of the road leading SE from Llanmadoc to Cheriton. Stone wall to small forecourt, with iron railings and gate.
  18. II Ty Gwyn
    Opposite Big House Farmhouse, set back from the village street.
  19. II Tyle House Farm Photos
    At the southern corner of the Green at Burry Green. Also known as Tile House, Burry's Green or Burrys Green.
  20. II Well opposite St Cenydd's Church
    Across the road opposite the lychgate of St Cenydd's Church.
  21. II* Whiteford Lighthouse Photos
    On a shingle bank to the south of the entrance to Burry River, and to the north of Whiteford Sands, 4 km north of Llanmadoc village

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