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Welcome to Llangunllo

30 May
Bingo Night
Llangunllo Community Hall + Google Map
06 Jun
22 Jun
Charity Shop Llandrindod Wells
Middleton Street, Llandrindod Wells. + Google Map
13 Jul
The Dolau Mixtures
St Cynllo’s Church + Google Map
17 Aug
Llangunllo Show
Lower Bailey, Llangunllo. LD7 1SS What Three Words: compress.pursuit.forever + Google Map
03 Sep

There’s always something happening in Llangunllo (formerly known as Llangynllo) thanks to a thriving community who work hard to make this village a wonderful place to both visit and live. Llangunllo is in the county of Powys in Mid Wales. Everyone is made to feel welcome, so please join us at any of the many events taking place.

Llangunllo Duck Race Saturday 25th May 2024
Bingo Night Llangunllo Community Hall
Llangunllo 80th D-Day Anniversary
Charity Shop in Llandrindod Wells for The Friends of St Cynllo's Llangunllo
The Dolau Mixtures at St Cynllo's Church
Llangunllo Pantomime Horse Derby
Llangunllo Show 2024
Heyhope Treasure Llangunllo WI


There are also regular activities from table tennis to singing to Pilates. Go on, join in, you’ll love it.
Table Tennis will resume in September 2024
Llangunllo Singing Group Llangunllo Community Hall
Open Mic Night The Greyhound Inn Llangunllo
Knit and Knatter Llangunllo
Pilates Every Monday Llangunllo Community Hall


Llangunllo Holiday Cottages. Holiday in this beautiful part of the world, llangunllo in Powys.




Sporting History in Llangunllo:

Llangunllo Football Club 1919-1920
Llangunllo Football Team 1919-1920 from an article originally published in The Radnor in 2021. Read More.

The Greyhound Inn and phonebox Llangunllo

This is a painting of the Greyhound Inn and the telephone box in Llangunllo by Martin. He used to live in the village as a young boy and lived at the Police house where his Dad was the local Bobby in the early 1960s. His father was also a passionate brass bandsman and would be happy to hear the old school is now a place for brass instrument repair. Martin & his sister were both baptised in the church and he still has a real fondness for Llangunllo. You can see more of his artwork on his website.


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Latest Old News Articles:

Neighbours Quarrels at Llangunllo. Wanton words & a waste of water.…… Read More

Shebeening in Monaughty, Radnorshire………….1895. Read More


Llangunllo: A Sense of Place

Welcome to the Llangunllo Community Website. On this page, we thought we would try to give you a sense of what it is like to live in the Llangunllo area, both in the village and on the surrounding farms and houses.

The parish of Llangunllo includes the small village of Llangunllo which is situated in Powys, Mid Wales, from which the parish takes its name, and also the many farms and houses in the area. The village itself is quite small with 48 houses, however, the active involvement of the surrounding farming community considerably increases that size. Llangunllo is a close community and pretty much everybody knows who lives in each and every house and farm. More than that, there are plenty of people here who can tell you who lived in each house for some number of generations back. The population is a mixture of those born here and some who have moved to the area and everybody gets along pretty well. There is fairly wide toleration for personal eccentricities.

There is also a strong community spirit, uncommonly so in this day and age, and there are quite a number of local clubs and organizations. Also, the people of the Llangunllo area are quite prepared to band together for the common good – or just for fun. For example, it is not unusual to see a party of volunteers in the churchyard cutting the grass amongst the tombstones or perhaps getting together down the village hall for a games evening or at the pub for a pint of real ale.

One would probably not describe the Llangunllo as a “Chocolate Box” type village. It’s pretty old alright, many houses date from the 1700s, or earlier, but they are not the typical thatched Tudors one sees on postcards. Llangunllo is a working village, the houses are stone, the walls are two feet thick and the roofs are slate. The buildings have been standing for hundreds of years and likely will be for hundreds more. Of course, every era has left its architectural stamp, for example, you can see where the Victorians have been. As with most old places, the buildings of the village are scattered about in random shapes and orientations as people over the years built whatever they needed with whatever they had to hand wherever they felt like doing so.

The countryside around Llangunllo is some of the most beautiful you’ll ever be likely to see. The rolling green hills are partly forested and the remainder is given over to fields in a patchwork quilt of farms and hedges. It is a superb walking country and one path, Glyndwr’s Way, runs right through the centre of the village.

Llangunllo – we think it’s a great place to live.


These three beautiful photographs were taken by Sara Morgan on a cold March morning in 2024. The River Lugg meanders its way through Llangunllo while the mist rolls through the valley.


Erich Kadow drawing of the Llangunllo Tractor Run. 2022
Erich Kadow drawing of the Llangunllo Tractor Run. 2022

Where to find Llangunllo


Waze Map Showing Road Works and Potholes


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