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Cottages - Gwern-y-Steeple - - 1276189.jpg
Cottages along main road
Gwern-y-Steeple is located in Vale of Glamorgan
Gwern-y-Steeple shown within the Vale of Glamorgan
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Vale of Glamorgan
51°28′17″N 3°19′46″W / 51.471389°N 3.329444°W / 51.471389; -3.329444Coordinates: 51°28′17″N 3°19′46″W / 51.471389°N 3.329444°W / 51.471389; -3.329444

Gwern-y-Steeple is a hamlet in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. It lies north of the A48 road and north-westSt. Nicholas (to which it is linked by Chapel Lane) on the road south-west of Peterston-Super-Ely. Cottrell Park Golf Club lies to the south. Gwern-y-Steeple is part of the village of Peterston-Super-Ely and lies within the catchment area of both Peterson-Super-Ely Church in Wales Primary School and Pendoylan Primary School. The local member of Parliament is Conservative Alun Cairns and is part of the Vale of Glamorgan county council. The local county councillor is Rhodri Traherne.

The village of St. Nicholas once extended as far north as Gwern-y-Steeple, with Croes-y-Parc Chapel, originally being within the St. Nicholas boundary.

Notable people[edit]

  • C. Davis (c.1958-) -potter[1]


  1. ^ Godden, Geoffrey A. (1991). Encyclopaedia of British pottery and porcelain marks. Barrie and Jenkins. ISBN 978-0-257-65782-0. Retrieved 27 January 2011.