It has a population of about 347, of which around 200 are Welsh-speaking.
The village hall, established in 1917, has been recently demolished[when?], despite local protest. The hall, declared derelict in 1973 after falling into disrepair due to lack of use, or indeed maintenance, had undergone several attempts at restoration; but any future efforts were deemed too costly.
- Photos of Rhydowen and surrounding area at geograph.org.uk
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