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Listed Buildings in Llangynwyd Middle, Bridgend

  1. II Bee boles and stile in garden wall at Gilfach-uchaf farm
    Gilfach-uchaf farm lies on high ground SW of Llangynwyd village, and is reached by a farm road off the minor road from Llangynwyd to Aberafon. The bee boles are set in a wall at the end of a small pri
  2. II* Church of St Cynwyd Photos
    The church lies at the centre of the village of Llangynwyd, surrounded by a D-shaped stone walled graveyard.
  3. II Churchyard walls around the graveyard, Church of St Cynwyd Photos
    The main churchyard surrounds the church, in the centre of the village.
  4. II Gelli-siriol farmhouse
    The large farmhouse is set on a platform site above the Afon Llynfi valley, and is reached by a long farm track leading E off the A4063 Bridgend Road approximately 750m S of Pont-rhyd-y-cyff crossroad
  5. II Gilfach-ganol farmhouse
    Located approximately 2000m SW of Llangynwyd, close by Afon Bryncynan and midway between the woods of Craig-yr-aber and Waun-y-gilfach. Access is by a long farm track from the road
  6. II Group of 4 Hopkin and Jenkins tombs within iron railings on the W side of the path to the S porch
    The goup of four tombs are enclosed in cast iron railings, and placed c.20m S of the S porch.
  7. II Group of five tombs S of the tower of the Church of St Cynwyd
    The tombs are set approximately end to end immediately S of the tower and S wall at the W end of the nave of the church, and adjacent to the path to the S door.
  8. II Group of nine memorials on the W side of the path to the S porch, Church of St Cynwyd
    The group comprises 5 chest tombs, 3 ledger slabs and 1 headstone, set immediately S of the Hopkin and Jenkins railed group, approximately 23m S of the S porch door.
  9. II Jenkins Monument in the churchyard, Church of St Cynwyd
    The monumental tomb stands on the E side of the path to the S porch, approximately 22m from the door.
  10. II Telephone call box in front of the Old House PH
    The call box stands in the centre of the village, in the grass verge at the road side, in front of The Old House PH, and opposite the churchyard wall.
  11. II The Hopcyn Cross Photos
    The cross is set at the road junction immediately SW of the churchyard, at the centre of Llangynwyd village.
  12. II The Old House Inn PH Photos
    The inn is located immediately to the S of the churchyard, and accessed from the road around the churchyard walls.
  13. II Two chest tombs on S side of the Church of St Cynwyd
    The two tombs are set E of the porch and approximately 3m from the nave wall.
  14. II Ty'n-y-waun farmhouse
    The farm lies immediately to the S of the housing estate on the W side of the A4063 Bridgend Road at Pont-rhyd-y-cyff. The access drive lies close to and parallel to Heol Ty'n'y'waun. The house stands

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