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Llanbadoc (Welsh: Llanbadog Fawr) is a village and former civil parish in the ceremonial county of Monmouthshire in Wales.The population of the village at the 2011 census was 806.[1]

The village is in the Newport postal district of NP15, just across the River Usk from the town of Usk (Welsh: Brynbuga), off the A472. Llanbadoc is within the British House of Commons and National Assembly of Wales constituencies of Monmouth.

There are not many facilities in this small village - there is a village and parish church,[2] a garage, a saw mill, an open prison and an agricultural college.

Llanbadoc is the birthplace (1823) of Alfred Russel Wallace.


An electoral ward in the same name exists. This ward stretches north from Llanbadoc to Gwehelog Fawr. The total ward population taken at the 2011 census was 1,299.[3]


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Coordinates: 51°41′45″N 2°54′15″W / 51.69583°N 2.90417°W / 51.69583; -2.90417