Raglan is a
historic village
twinned with Parcé-sur-Sarthe,
Pays de Loire.
The village is situated
in the county of
Monmouthshire,
South East Wales, United Kingdom.
Llandenny, Pen-y-clawdd, Kingcoed,
Tregare and Bryngwyn
are in the
Raglan Parish
with two thousand
residents and six
hundred houses.
Raglan is twinned
with Parcé-sur-Sarthe,
Pays de Loire.

Gravestones
Local walks
Twinning
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Raglan and District Local History Group
have secured £20,000
from The Heritage Lottery Fund,
Villages Alive Trust
and Raglan Community Council.
Raglanpedia will install new Churchyard maps
and signage for
QR Heritage Landmarks,
Gravestone trails and
Historic Interpretative Panels.
The QR tags will link to a new Raglanpedia
website. Please visit:
http://www.raglanpedia.org.uk/
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Raglan Fallen Raglan at War
written by Brinley Morgan
available at
Post Office
war
A fundraising
committee has been
set for
essential work
to St Cadoc's Church.
church
www.raglan-parish.org.uk

Raglan Village South Wales