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Trewern shown within Powys
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The word Trewern is Welsh, formed from the words "tre" meaning dwelling and "wern" meaning marsh, thus dwelling by/near the marsh.
Attractions & amenities
Although only a small village in terms of population, there is a primary school, Ysgol Gynradd Buttington Trewern, with pupils travelling from miles around. Also, the school has a public playing area for children to play at. Trewern also has many other sites, such as an extinct volcano in form of Moel y Golfa, Cefn y Castell and Breidden Hill, and is surrounded by plenty of woodland suitable for outdoor activities such as Coed Moel y Golfa.
- "Ward/Community population census 2011". Retrieved 15 November 2015.
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