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Coedtrewernau Mill and pigsty in 2009 (Photo: Powys County Council). Source A pigstys hidden history, IHBC's Context 149, published in May 2017. Written by Cyllene (Cy) Griffiths, the listed building caseworker for Wales at the Council for British Archaeology and director of the Griffiths Heritage Consultancy. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/149/#40
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