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Knighton,
Powys,
LD7 1SW

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Llangynllo (or Llangunllo) is a small village on the B4356 some 6 miles west of Knighton; it lies on the River Lugg, a tributary of the Wye. The village is named after St Cynllo, a 5th Century princeling-turned-saint and the village church is one of only six to be dedicated to him; the church was completely rebuilt in 1878-96. The long-distance footpath Glyndwr’s Way passes through the parish.

Llangynllo has a small station about 1.5 miles north of the village on the Heart of Wales line which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea.

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Knighton,
Powys,
LD7 1SW

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Map reference: SO 212712  Lat: 52.33409 Long: -3.15784

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A488 from Knighton, then right B4356

Accessible by Public Transport: 1.5 miles from Llangynllo station

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