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The placename Trelogan derives from the name Logan, the person believed to have founded the village having been named that. The village in history was the locality for several lead-zinc mines, working at least until 1841.
Many people in Japan are familiar with Trelogan, as UK scientists developed a process to plant the semi-toxic, at least to plants, spoil tips from the lead-zinc mines with native UK plant species. Up to this point it had not been possible to grow plants on this type of semi-toxic terrain which was common in Japan due to the many lead-zinc mines in operation.
Trelogan Primary School (Ysgol Gynradd Trelogan) is a primary school that educates around 60 pupils, aged 5–11, and has 3 full-time staff. The Headteacher of the school is Mrs Margaret Madoc-Jones. The school was opened in 1908.
- David Lloyd (singer) was born in Trelogan in 1912.
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