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Listed Buildings in Llansantffraid Glyn Ceiriog, Wrexham

  1. II 1 Orley House
    Located on the N side of a narrow unmetalled lane which leads W from the lane which leads up to the church from the village. In a high position on the hillside.
  2. II 2 Orley House
    Located on the N side of a narrow unmetalled lane which leads W from the lane which leads up to the church from the village. In a high position on the hillside.
  3. II* Ceiriog Memorial Institute including retaining wall and railings Photos
    Located towards the S end of the High Street. The ground rises to the W and the building is slightly raised above road level.
  4. II Church of St Ffraid Photos
    On the E side of a lane which runs N from the centre of Glyn Ceiriog. The lane rises steeply and the church is in a prominent position on the hillside.
  5. II Former House S of the Woolpack
    Located in Pandy, off the E side of a track which leads SE off the B4500. The E end of the building is adjacent to the River Ceiriog.
  6. II Glyn Valley Hotel Photos
    Located in a prominent position in the centre of the village, on the W side of the main crossroads.
  7. II Grave Monument to Rev Robert Ellis (Cynddelw)
    Located in the Baptist Cemetery which borders the B4579 road, just outside and to the SE of Glyn Ceiriog village.
  8. II Locomotive Shed, Glyn Valley Tramway
    Located towards the W end of New Road, approx 100m from the main crossroads in the village. The shed is behind a hedge in the grounds of a Works Depot.
  9. II Milestone W of Ddol Hir
    Located between Glyn Ceiriog and Pandy on the W side of the road. On a shallow grass verge with a hedge to the rear.
  10. II Telephone call box opposite Nos 1 & 2 Orley House
    On the S side of a narrow unmetalled lane which leads W from the lane leading up to the church from the village. On the edge of the hillside overlooking the main village of Glyn Ceiriog
  11. II The Vicarage
    Reached by a driveway off the N end of the High Street and surrounded by glebeland.

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