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Left;_Edward Evans and Llew Jones. Llew Jones was a contract farm worker. His speciality was hedge laying and he would travel around from farm to farm cutting and laying or pleaching the hedges. This was a skilled job in the days before tractors and flails and today is coming back into fashion again, although skilled practitioners of the craft are harder to find. Edward Evans was a gardener at Pantlludw. They are standing in front of Ebenezer chapel which was built in 1840.

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