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Rhydcymerau is a small village 8.5 kilometres to the south-east of Llanybydder, around the side of Mynydd Llanybydder, in Carmarthenshire, south-west Wales.
Rhydcymerau is the birthplace of prominent Welsh writer and nationalist David John Williams, one of three saboteurs of the Penyberth bombing school in 1936. Two of his autobiographical volumes, Hen Dŷ Ffarm (“The Old Farmhouse”, 1953) and Yn Chwech ar Hugain Oed (“Twenty-Six Years Old”, 1959) give a portrait of life in this small town at the turn of the twentieth century.
Rhydcymerau is part of the community of Llanybydder, and has a chapel, a pub and a primary school.
Pubs/Bars in Rhydcymerau: The Red Dragon Rhydcymerau Llandeilo Carmarthenshire SA19 7PS 01558 685527
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