Updated December 2017
As all residents know, Penallt road names are not used in many parts of the village and house numbers are virtually non-existent, so delivery drivers in particular have a challenging time in tracking down parcel recipients. Those living in the village and their visitors are often unsure of where houses are too.
A few years ago, Prue Evill produced an invaluable map of the village showing names of each house and where it was. Peter and Trish Hayward have recently updated this map to reflect new buildings, house name changes and to add post code areas too, and they wish these maps to be generally available via the village website.
The map comes in two parts:-
- the whole parish, from the Wye in the east to the B4293 in the west and from upper Whitebrook in the south to the Old Church in the north. The centre contains no house name detail.
- the central part of the village consisting mostly of houses built in and around the 1970s, together with existing buildings.
Because the whole parish map is physically large, these maps may be downloaded in various ways:-
- overall map (3230x2290 pixels) - download here (1.77 MB) - best printed on A3 - good eyesight needed if printed at A4!
- overall map (3230x2290 pixels), divided into west half and east half with a small overlap between them - print each on an A4 sheet and then join together to make (nearly) an A3 sheet
- central map (1642x2290 pixels) - download here (701 kB) - suitable for printing at A4
NB it may help to "save target as" rather than just clicking the link.