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Wyllie is a small village south of Blackwood, Wales in the county borough of Caerphilly. Most of the houses were built between 1926-1930 by the Tredegar Coal and Iron Company. The village takes its name from Alexander Keith Wyllie, the company's director.
Induded in the village was a large church, post office and pub. The post office has recently closed and the church has been replaced by a small block of apartments known as Marion Jones Court. The pub remains open.
Pubs/Bars in Wyllie: The Islwyn Inn Glanhowy Road Wyllie Blackwood Gwent NP12 2HN 01495 200659
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