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Built around a crossroads, between St Asaph and Denbigh, Trefnant is a small village built largely in the 19th century.  Known chiefly for the nearby remarkable Ffynnon Fair, the village grew through the Victorian Era with the advent of the railway.  The much altered and restored Llannerch Hall lies to the north east amongst the remains of the deer park, and the 16th century Perthewig is a short distance to the east.  The Sir Gilbert Scott designed Holy Trinity church is well worth a look, being a lavish memorial to Colonel and Mrs Salusbury of Galltfaenan Hall with, as Hubbard describes it, ‘nothing stinted.’

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