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Around the village on a bright sunny day. Caerbont terrace and Gwynfa. Caerbont was built as a row of five weavers cottages in about 1800, to support the growing wool industry in the area. There was a wool factory in the village too, to prepare the wool ready for the weavers. A regular cottage industry.

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