Troedyraur

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Troedyraur
Population 1,310 
Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Ambulance Welsh
EU Parliament Wales
List of places
UK
Wales

Troedyraur is a rural community and a small village in Ceredigion, Wales, consisting of several small villages, the population as of the 2011 UK Census was 1,310.

The village is on a minor road about 3 miles or 5 km to the north of Newcastle Emlyn. Other villages in the Community are Rhydlewis, Ffostrasol, Brongest, Capel Cynon, Coed-y-bryn, Croes-lan, Penrhiwpâl and Llangynllo.

The main river flowing through the community is the Afon Ceri, a tributary of the river Teifi.

There is a hillfort, Dinas Cerdin, and the ruined mansion of Bronwydd.

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