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The village of Llandrinio is
situated in the Montgomeryshire area of Powys, Mid Wales.
The boundaries of the Parish of Llandrinio are mainly dictated
by watercourses – the Rivers Severn, Vyrnwy, the Sarn Wen
Brook and the Montgomery Canal. Despite being situated on a
valley floor, Llandrinio has a history going back many
hundreds of years – it is believed that a religious settlement
stood on the site of the existing Church in 600AD.
The local government sub-ward boundaries of Llandrinio are the
same as the Parochial Parish. The information on this website
is about Llandrinio and reference to community or village
means the area within this definition as opposed to the local
government Community Council ward area which also includes the
sub-ward of Arddleen.
The village has developed in a linear fashion along the B4393
from its Eastern roots by Llandrinio Bridge to Crabtree
Corner. The hub of the modern village can be said to run from
the Punch Bowl Inn area to the Village Hall. The community
contains a number of minor rural satellite settlements –
Bagleys Lane, Haimwood, Rhos Common, Rhos Royal and Sarn Wen.
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