St Mark's Church
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Llanhilleth (from Welsh Llanheledd, meaning 'Church of Saint Heledd, the /i/ replacing the original /e/ due to the regional dialect of the area (Gwenhwyseg) changing the /e/ sound to /i/') is a village and an electoral ward on the A467 road between Ebbw Vale and Crumlin in Blaenau Gwent, Wales.
The twin-belled Church in Wales church of St Mark is located on Brooklyn Terrace, near the High Street junction. It is in the benefice of Abertillery with Cwmtillery with Llanhilleth with Six Bells, in the deanery of Pontypool, and was built in 1898.
The village contains the Miners Institute, which provides many essential ceremonies for locals, such as Weddings, Christenings and Funeral Receptions. The building is connected to St. Illtyd's Primary School, which supplies for ages 3 to 11.
The Llanhilleth Rugby Club sits along a road sprouting off the A467, at the entrance from Crumlin.
- Llanhilleth railway station, reopened in 2008
- Llanhilleth Miners Institute
- Llanhilleth Rugby Club
- Llanhilleth Castle; further details on Castles of Wales
- Llanhilleth Colliery
- Contemporary photos of Llanhilleth
- "Ward/Community population 2011". Retrieved 6 November 2015.