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Pencoed is a town and community in the county borough of Bridgend, Wales1.
Pencoed straddles the M4 motorway northeast of Bridgend and is situated on the Ewenny River.
If you are traveling by train, you can check out the train times at Pencoed Station by visiting Transport for Wales2. It takes approximately 2 hours to reach Cardiff Airport by train from Pencoed Station2. It takes around five minutes to walk from the station to Pencoed town centre, going via Felindre Road
Places to visit
Pencoed Castle is located on the outskirts of the town and is now used as a conference center and wedding venue.
Bryngarw Country Park features over 120 acres of woodlands, gardens, and meadows, as well as walking trails and a visitor center.
Llynfi Valley Historical Society Museum showcases the history of the Llynfi Valley and includes exhibits on industry, agriculture, and local life.
Coed-y-Wern Community Woodland is a popular destination for hiking, cycling, and wildlife viewing.
St David's Church dates back to the 12th century and features beautiful stained glass windows, a medieval rood screen, and an impressive organ.
Parc Slip Nature Reserve features wetlands, grasslands, and woodlands, as well as a visitor center and cafe.
Old Parish Churchyard is the final resting place of many notable figures from Pencoed's past, including war heroes and industrial pioneers.
Kenfig National Nature Reserve reserve features sand dunes, wetlands, and rare flora and fauna.
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