N.B. Some pubs do not appear on the maps as we do not have a definite location for them.
Other names: Farmers ArmsAddress/Location:
Llanfihangel y Creuddyn, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 4LA OS Grid Ref:
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"P.C. John Jones charged Frederick Hughes, Farmers' Arms, Llanfihangel-y-Croyddin Village, with selling beer without having a sign board with his name painted thereon. Fined 2s 6d and costs." Welshman 12 June 1868
"LLANFIHANGEL-Y-CROYDDIN. REJOICINGS.-The above quiet, secluded, isolated village lies in the lovely and fertile Vale of Ystwyth, about eight miles from Aberystwyth. It is very seldom that anything occurs to disturb the peace, and enliven the inhabitants of the place; but when occasion is given they are not behind the age in availing themselves of the opportunity of enjoying a holiday. The morning of the 24th ult. had been looked forward to by the well-wishers of Mr James, Penlan, as being the day on which he was to be married to Miss Parry, Ty-Lwlyd. Bangor....
Plenty of "cwrw da," &c., was supplied to all that wished it at the Farmers' Arms, by the hospitable host, Mr Fred Hughes, and other well-wishers of Mr and Mrs James. The day will be long remembered by both old and young. " CN 2 June 1871
Deaths: Sept 22, Aged 46 years, Mr Abraham Rowlands, Farmers Arms, Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn AO 25 Sept 1875
"Keeping Licensed House Open During Prohibited Hours. Supt. Lloyd charged Catherine Rowlands, Farmers' Arms, Llanfihangel Croyddin, with this offence on the 6th of December. P.O. Thomas Jones proved the case. He went to the house on three occasions on the night of the 6th December, and found certain persons in the house each time. At twenty minutes to eleven he was there, and there was no drink on the table, but at twelve there was a jug, and there were also three glasses. Fined £1, and costs, and the licence to be endorsed." CN 12 Jan 1877
"DRUNKENNESS. Evan Evans, Farmers' Arms, Llanfihangel-y- Croyddin, who did not appear, was charged by P.C. 30 with being drunk on Monday, the 6th inst., on Penparke-road, - Defendant was fined 2s 6d and costs. " AO 18 Oct 1884
Beer only licence 1889-1924
Owner, 1889-1924 Bonsall family of Fronfraith
Licensee, 1889-1899: Evan Evans
Licensee, 1900-1901: David Davies
Licensee from 6.9.1901: Enoch Pugh
Licensee from 7.11.1919: John Wright
Licensee from 2.1.1948: John George Rowlands
Register of Licences, Ilar Hundred, 1889-1924 with additions to 1952, Ceredigion Archives, TPS/LLI/1/7
Licensee shoots student - see atts.
"Cyhuddwyd Evan Evans, tafarnwr, Llanfihangel, o saethu myfyriwr ieuangc, o'r enw Wright. Methai y rheithwyr a chyttuno at y dechreu ond dychwelasant ddedfryd wedi hyny o ddi-euog, a rhyddhawvd y cyhuddedig." Baner 25 Oct 1899
Petty Sessions: Llanilar; number on list: 2; name of premises: Farmers' Arms; Parish / Place: Llanfihangel Creuddyn; Licensee: Pugh, Enoch; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : Major J.J. Bonsall; free or tied: tied; tied to: City Brewery; type of licence: beer; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 7. (1905 list)Additional information