Rhandirmwyn

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Rhandirmwyn
The Royal Oak Inn, Rhandirmwyn - geograph.org.uk - 1220355.jpg
The Royal Oak Inn in the centre of Rhandirmwyn
Rhandirmwyn is located in Carmarthenshire
Rhandirmwyn
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Rhandirmwyn shown within Carmarthenshire
OS grid reference SN784437
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Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Llandovery
Postcode district SA20
Dialling code 01550
Police Dyfed-Powys
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Carmarthenshire
52°04′44″N 3°46′30″W / 52.079°N 3.775°W / 52.079; -3.775Coordinates: 52°04′44″N 3°46′30″W / 52.079°N 3.775°W / 52.079; -3.775

Rhandirmwyn (or Rhandir-mwyn) is a small village in the north east of Carmarthenshire, Wales. Located in the upper Towy valley, 3 km north of Cilycwm village, it extends on both sides of the river. It lies in the parish of Llanfair-ar-y-bryn.

The Nantymwyn Lead Mine, above the village, was in existence since Roman times, and closed in 1932.[1] Tourism is now the main industry.


The village is also the location of Coleg Elidyr.

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