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Listed Buildings in Trewalchmai, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II* Church of St. Morhaiarn
    Located within an enclosed churchyard, at the end of a single track lane leading off the S side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road, at the W end of the village of Gwalchmai.
  2. II Gwalchmai Tollhouse
    Located at the NE side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road on the approach to the village of Gwalchmai, c. 850m E of the church of St. Morhaiarn.
  3. II Jerusalem Chapel
    Set back, within enclosed grounds, to the E side of a country road leading S off the A5(T) in Gwalchmai; c. 350m SSE of the church of St. Morhaiarn.
  4. II Melin Gwalchmai
    Set back from the SE side of a country road SW of Gwalchmai and c. 600m SW of the church of St. Morhaiarn.
  5. II Milestone
    Located to the front of a low rubble field wall, slightly set back from the N side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road on the E approach to the village of Gwalchmai; c. 250m WNW of Gwalchmai tollhouse and c. 6
  6. II Ty Capel
    Set back, within grounds enclosed by a rendered rubble wall surmounted by railings, adjacent to Jerusalem Chapel, to the E side of a country road leading S off the A5(T) in Gwalchmai; c. 350m SSE of t
  7. II War memorial
    Prominently sited in the centre of the village of Gwalchmai; within a railed enclosure slightly set back from the N side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road.

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