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Listed Buildings in Llanhilleth, Blaenau Gwent

  1. II Aberbeeg 'Packhorse' Bridge
    About 100m to E of main A467 roundabout at Aberbeeg and crossing the Ebbw River below B4471 at the junction with Commercial Road where it passes under a disused railway bridge.
  2. II Barn Range including cow-house at Swffryd-ganol
    Swffryd-ganol is situated on hillside, approximately 0.75 km NE of Sofrydd, reached via farm track at end of Farm Road. Barn stands immediately SW of house, across track. Barn and farmhouse form pro
  3. II Former Colliery Workmen’s Institute
    Very prominently located off the E end of Meadow Street, dominating terraces of housing along valley bottom.
  4. II Hafod-arthen Photos
    Located some 0.25km SE of St Illtyd’s Church, reached via short track.
  5. II* St Illtyd’s Church Photos
    Set in centre of small settlement of St Illtyd, on N side of by-road. Large circular churchyard with remains of medieval churchyard cross some 10 metres N of church.
  6. II Swffryd-ganol including front garden wall
    Situated on hillside, approximately 0.75 km NE of Sofrydd, reached via farm track at end of Farm Road.
  7. II Ty-llwyd Photos
    Reached across field to NW of track leading from the Mount Pleasant estate to Aber-common.

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