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Bettisfield (Welsh: Llys Bedydd) is a small village of about 150 dwellings in Wrexham County Borough, Wales and stands on the Wales-England border. It lies south of the Llangollen Canal on the border with Shropshire, England within the historic English Maelor region which was formerly part of the historic county of Flintshire. The village lies close to Fenn's, Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses, an area of peat bog which was declared a national nature reserve in 1996 because of its importance for wildlife. The English market towns of Whitchurch, Ellesmere and Wem each lie about 6 miles distant to the northeast, west and southeast respectively.
The village no longer has a shop, post office, pub, smithy or baker.
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