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Leighton (Tre’llai) is a small village near Welshpool in Montgomeryshire. It is set around the Leighton Farm Estate which is the best example of a Victorian model farm in Wales.


This is the introductory page about the history of the village and the estate.

4 Comments so far

  1. anna philpott wrote on Friday 27 May 2011 at 19:37:

    Do you know anything of a Reverand John Judge of Leighton in the later 1880’s please?
    Was he in charge of a Methodist Church ?
    What is known of his family?
    Am researching a Miss. Frances Eleanor Judge.
    Hoping there is a local historian who can help with my query.
    Many thanks. A.P.Devon UK

  2. neville mercer wrote on Sunday 25 September 2011 at 15:21:

    I am currently writing a book on the subject of “Independent Buses in North Wales” and wonder if anybody can provide me with information about William Davies of Leighton (the local bus operator until February 1950) or David C Lloyd of Hope (who ran the route from July 1952 until 1964). Photographs of vehicles operating the route would also be very welcome. Help!

  3. elizabeth whalley wrote on Saturday 12 November 2011 at 17:38:

    do you know anything about my grandfather the rev a e drew who was a c of e curate in leighton in the late 1800’s. he died before i was born and i know nothing about him. thanks. elizabeth whalley from cheltenham.

  4. Gus wrote on Thursday 31 January 2013 at 13:33:

    My wife’s family around Guilsfield in the 1930’s & 40’s travelled locally on what was affectionately called John the bus’ bus. We have a photo of the bus when it was at the Guilsfield Show a year or two ago. How does one convey this to Neville Mercer?

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