Penllergaer (Welsh: Penlle'r-gaer) is a village and community in the City and County of Swansea, Wales, falling within the electoral ward of the same name. It is situated about 4.5 miles north west of Swansea city centre, near junction 47 of the M4 motorway.
Penllergaer Woods, on the edge of the Parc Penllergaer housing development, once formed part of John Dillwyn Llewelyn's Penllergare estate and surrounded his mansion house. The first photographs of the moon were taken at Dillwyn Llewelyn's observatory, which still stands.
penllerger trust-[clarification needed] The Penllergare Trust was formed as an independent charity in 2000 - completely independent of the local council and of Government. It has relied on donations, legacies and money raised from activities and commercial operations for income and it has been supported by a Friends group and many volunteers and schools without whom it simply could not manage. Together with its supporters, The Penllergare Trust aims to protect Penllergare Valley Woods and open them to the public as a valuable community asset for the whole of Swansea and beyond.
Penllergaer Primary School was built in 1881, and moved to its present site, on Pontardulais Road, in 1976.
Penllergaer has a Church in Wales church named St David's, and the present Vicar is Reverend Alan Bayes (FAB). The church is located on Swansea Road, the vicarage being opposite. Penllergar primary school is very near the church in fact so close by it will take three minutes.
Penllergaer is administered by the City and County of Swansea Council and an elected member for Penllergaer sits on the County Council.
Penllergaer has its own elected Community Council.
Penllergaer has its own village rugby and football teams, the football teams play in Camarthenshire League, the 1st team in Division 2 and the reserves in Reserve Division 2.
- "Rees Howells Intercessor" by Norman Grubb (chapter 31)
- "Our School!", Penllergaer Primary School. Retrieved 27 March 2010.
- Community/Town Council: Penllergaer Community Council, City and County of Swansea. Retrieved 20 March 2016.