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Eglwys Santes Ann, Cwmffrwd
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Cwmffrwd is mainly a 20th-century settlement dominating the small river Nant Cwmffrwd, with some 19th-century elements. Its main access road, Heol Nantyglasdwr, connects the village to the A484 and leads directly into the main residential street, Maesglasnant.
St. Anne’s is a small, attractive and well-maintained church north-east of the village.
Buses stop in both directions on the A484.
- "Archaeology in Wales - Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Dyfed - Dyfed Archaeological Trust". Retrieved 28 April 2014.
- "St. Anne's, Cwmffrwd". Retrieved 22 April 2014.
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