Last week on Wordless Wednesday I posted some photos of a phonebox that was used as a library, it is in a village called Gwenddwr not far from the church. The village is not large comprising of only a few houses, what post office there was has long gone.
The phonebox and post mounted post box
A memorial seat beside the finger signs pointing the way to the local Town and the next village
The seat faces up this road which takes you to outlying farms and the Brycheiniog Forest. You can make out the chapel roof above the building you see by the car,I think this may have been the village pub at one time. The church I visited is over to the right
Across the road are a couple of cottages and the road that will take you to Builth Wells via a single track road with some steep hills
The first cottage sells goods the sign in the window tells you there are eggs and and cakes along with pickled eggs, some are kept in the cabinet you see where an honesty box where they trust you to leave the money.
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