Briton Ferry (Welsh: Llansawel) sits at the mouth of the River Neath in the county of Neath Port Talbot, South Wales. The river flows from its source in the Brecon Mountains to its mouth at Baglan Bay to its estuary just below Briton Ferry.
The nearby church of Llansawel dates back to Norman times. The solid squat tower is original, however much of the church has been rebuilt. Centuries ago the poets Mason and Gray came to stay at nearby Baglan. Mason, a canon of York, wrote one of his elegies in Briton Ferry churchyard. ....
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