Parish Offices

The Parish Offices were built on Yr Allt by Ebenezer Davies, a Llantrisant builder who originally came from Pembrokeshire.

A Vestry Meeting in 1872 agreed to seek the consent of the Local Government Board to incur expense to “provide an office for the transaction of the business of the parish by erecting a suitable building for the said purpose on the site of Parish House, now in ruin.”

The land was owned by Joseph Lewis and his wife and they made a claim for the land but the Parish Vestry minutes read: ”The Parish House had been the property of one Bess Lewis who is supposed to have died nearly 100 years ago since which time the House is in possession of the Parish.

"She was supported by the Parish for some time in the latter part of her life and since her decease the house has been in possession of the parish unopposed. No relatives known.”

The Parish Council, later named Llantrisant Community Council used the Parish Offices until the 21st century. During the 1960s it was the home of Llantrisant RFC when the team was re-formed.

Today the Parish Offices are a private residence.