Pantymwyn

 

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Pantymwyn

Pantymwyn is a village in North Wales. Within a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, lying on the east side of the Clwydian Range. Pantymwyn is 4 miles west of Mold in Flintshire, North Wales. It is 16 miles west of Chester. See Map for detailed view.

Clwydian Range

The Clwydian Mountain Range extends for some 20 miles, from Prestatyn on the coast in the north, down to Llandegla in the south. There are 9 summits exceeding 1,000' high. The highest is Moel Famau (Mother of Mountains) on the slopes of which sits Cilcain. At its peak lie the ruins of the Jubilee Tower built in 1812. There are subsidiary peaks crowned with ruins of massive hill forts - Foel Fenlli (near Llanferres), Moel-y-Gaer (near Llanbedr); Moel Arthur (near Cilcain) and Pen-y-Cloddiau (near Nannerch). The forts had multiple protective ramparts, and were all constructed around 2,000 years ago during the early Iron Age or Bronze Age.

The Jubilee Tower as it is now and insert of when originally built

 

Two Images of Pantymwyn:

Looking towards Pantymwyn from the
 Llyn-Y-Pandy Road, with Moel Famau behind.

Pantymwyn Bridge, on the
Pantymwyn - Cilcain Road

 

Pantymwyn is also the home of Mold Golf Course.

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