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Bridell (Welsh: Y Bridell) is a village and parish in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is situated in the north of the county, 4 km south of Cardigan. The parish includes the village of Pen-y-bryn 52°3′15″N, 4°39′34″W. Together with the parishes of Cilgerran and Llantood, it constitutes the community of Cilgerran.
The derivation of the name is obscure. Lying on the western border of the cantref of Emlyn, it has always been essentially Welsh-speaking.
The parish had an area of 898 Ha. Its census populations were: 248 (1801): 335 (1851): 237 (1901): 220 (1951): 221 (1981).
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