Pantymwyn

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Pen-y-Fron Road, Pantymwyn

Pantymwyn is a small village just outside Mold in Flintshire, Wales.

The village is located within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, lying on the east side of the Clwydian Range. Pantymwyn is 4 miles west of Mold and 16 miles west of Chester.

The village has a pub (the Crown Inn), a post office and convenience store, a garage and an 18-hole uplands golf course (the home of Mold Golf Club). During the summer, Pantymwyn holds an annual village fair.

Access to the Loggerheads country park is within short walking distance, as are many walks over the Clwydian Range of mountains. The village is often visited by walkers and cyclists.

The area has a history involving lead mining.[specify]

Transport[edit]

Townlynx operate the only public bus service in Pantymwyn. Route 6, starts from the village and continues onto Mold and Chester. The service is very popular in the area, and 2 brand new easy-access buses have been put on the route to make it easier for the elderly to use the bus.

GHA Coaches provide a student service to Yale College, Wrexham.

History[edit]

A booklet telling the whole history of Pantymwyn and Gwernaffiled was made and the link is below-


External links[edit]

Coordinates: 53°10′22″N 3°12′22″W / 53.1729°N 3.2062°W / 53.1729; -3.2062