Llangammarch

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LlangCefn Brith, a farm near Llangammarch, is traditionally recognised as his birthplace. mmarch
Parish
Ecclesiastical Parish of Llangammarch
LlangCefn Brith, a farm near Llangammarch, is traditionally recognised as his birthplace.  mmarch is located in Powys
LlangCefn Brith, a farm near Llangammarch, is traditionally recognised as his birthplace.  mmarch
LlangCefn Brith, a farm near Llangammarch, is traditionally recognised as his birthplace. mmarch
Location in Powys
Coordinates: 52°06′49″N 3°33′29″W / 52.11371°N 3.55816°W / 52.11371; -3.55816Coordinates: 52°06′49″N 3°33′29″W / 52.11371°N 3.55816°W / 52.11371; -3.55816
Country Wales
Local government county Powys
Historic county Brecknockshire
Diocese Swansea and Brecon
Dedication St Cammarch
OS grid reference SN934473
Deposited registers 1763-1971

Llangammarch (or Llangamarch) is a rural parish in Powys, mid Wales, through which flow the rivers Irfon and Cammarch. The main centre of population is the spa village of Llangammarch Wells.

Llangammarch railway station serves the village Llangammarch Wells.

John Penry, Wales's most famous Protestant martyr was born at Cefn Brith, a farm near Llangammarch, and is traditionally recognised as his birthplace.