Llanarth, Ceredigion

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Llanarth
Welsh: Llanarth
Sheep field at Gelligenlas, Llanarth
Llanarth is located in Ceredigion
Llanarth

 Llanarth shown within Ceredigion
OS grid referenceSN423575
    - Cardiff90 mi (140 km) SE 
Principal areaCeredigion
Ceremonial countyDyfed
CountryWales
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townLLANARTH
Postcode districtSA47
Dialling code01545
PoliceDyfed-Powys
FireMid and West Wales
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EU ParliamentWales
UK ParliamentCeredigion
Welsh AssemblyCeredigion
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Coordinates: 52°11′38″N 4°18′25″W / 52.194°N 4.307°W / 52.194; -4.307

Llanarth
Welsh: Llanarth
Sheep field at Gelligenlas, Llanarth
Llanarth is located in Ceredigion
Llanarth

 Llanarth shown within Ceredigion
OS grid referenceSN423575
    - Cardiff90 mi (140 km) SE 
Principal areaCeredigion
Ceremonial countyDyfed
CountryWales
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townLLANARTH
Postcode districtSA47
Dialling code01545
PoliceDyfed-Powys
FireMid and West Wales
AmbulanceWelsh
EU ParliamentWales
UK ParliamentCeredigion
Welsh AssemblyCeredigion
List of places
UK
Wales
Ceredigion

Llanarth is a small village in Ceredigion, Wales, located on the A487 between Aberystwyth and Cardigan within three miles of both Aberaeron and New Quay.

Amenities[edit]

St David's parish church

In Llanarth, there is a petrol station, post office, a primary school, a public house (the Llanina Arms), a butcher, a Spar convenience store and a garden centre.

The parish church of St David's , once dedicated to St Fylltyg, is a grade II* listed building. It was renovated in 1872. [1]

Notable residents[edit]

Dafydd Jones, Welsh rugby international and Llanelli Scarlets player was brought up in Llanarth.[2]

Daniel Lewis Lloyd, Bishop of Bangor, is buried in St David's churchyard, Llanarth.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Church of Saint David, Llanarth". British Listed Buildinds. Retrieved 18 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Dafydd Jones at BBC Mid Wales, September 2006. Accessed 22 October 2012.

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