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Report - The Fountain Inn - Tredegar - Wales - April 14


Bajo Tierra
Regular User
The Day​

Visited with Lolly92 and a non member

A day of fails but this one was last on the list and well worth a look around

Some History

The Fountain Inn has always been a popular public house for Troedrhiwgwair (then called himalalayan Range) villagers and visitors to the district. The building dates back to the late seventeenth century.

When the village was built in the late 1860's, the Fountain Inn became the village pub. The then landlord was Isac Mason who listed his occupation, in the 1871 census, as a "Farmer with 200 acres". In 1871 there was only 66 houses in the village.

The same Mason family were also a headmistress and teachers for the local school and the family also farmed at Ton y Fedw. The Mason male line is now extinct but female-line descendants of Isaac's son Hugadarn still flourish.

Grade II listed in 1989​

Some Pics

Some locals from the 1960s

Taken outside in 1890

And now

Madge Mason behind the bar in the 1960s

The bar today









Cheers for looking
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