History in Structure

Listed Buildings in Ogmore Valley, Bridgend

  1. II Bethlehem Capel Bedyddwyr, with front retaining wall and gates.
    The chapel is set in a row of housing and commercial properties just N of the centre of the town and facing down River Street. It is raised on a platform behind a retaining wall.
  2. II Blackmill War Memorial Photos
    Located at the cross roads at the centre of the hamlet, where the road dips and crosses the Ogmore River.
  3. II Blaenogwr Farmhouse
    Located at the centre of Nant-y-moel, on the E side of the island clock-tower.
  4. II Capel Newydd, also known as Glynogwr Methodist Chapel Photos
    The chapel is aligned along the road from Blackmill to Gilfach Goch, and stands just E of the village of Glynogwr-Llandyfodwg.
  5. II* Church of St Tyfodwg, Llandyfodwg - Glynogwr Photos
    The church stands in its churchyard the centre of the hamlet of Glynogwr, approximately half-way between Blackmill and Gilfach Goch.
  6. II Edwards monument in the graveyard of Paran Chapel
    The tomb is located approximately 4m SE of the Edwards chest tomb, and near the W side of the graveyard on the S side of Paran Chapel.
  7. II Evans chest tomb in graveyard of Paran Chapel
    The tomb is set close to the S side of the Jenkins monument, S of the S wall of the chapel.
  8. II Finger Post at the junction of High Street and Glyn Street Photos
    The post stands on an elevated triangle of land on the acute junction of High Street and Glyn Street.
  9. II Former Co-operative Wholesale Society Building
    The building stands prominently S of the centre of Ogmore Vale, and backing on to Glyn Street.
  10. II Fox and Hounds PH
    The building stands at right angles to the main road, facing S over the start of a small road running W.
  11. II Jenkins monument in the graveyard, Paran Chapel
    The monument stands in the enclosed graveyard approximately 4m S of the S wall of the chapel.
  12. II Paran Capel y Bedyddwr
    The chapel is set on the road from Bridgend to Ogmore Vale, on the N side of its junction with the A4093 to Gilfach Goch and Tonyrefail.

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