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Pont Henri (or Ponthenri) is a small rural village in Wales, located in the centre of the Gwendraeth Valley, halfway between the towns of Carmarthen and Llanelli. Most of the village comes under the Parliamentary constituency of Llanelli and the jurisdiction of Llanelli Rural Council. The rest of the village is represented by Carmarthen East and Dinefwr constituency and Llangendeirne Community Council. The electoral boundary in Pont-Henri follows the course of the Gwendraeth Fawr river.
Over the years the facilities in the village have degenerated dramatically. There are now no railway station, shops or post office, although the village has two pubs (The Incline and The Black Foof Inn) and a social club. Other facilities include a take-away, a community hall, a play area, a football pitch, a Baptist chapel and an industrial estate. Ponthenry railway station opened in 1909 and closed in 1953.
Some of the village's famous residents include former Welsh international darts captain Eric Burden and Wales goalkeeper Ron Howells. BBC Rugby correspondent Gareth Charles is also from Pont-Henri, along with the previous WRU Head of Operations and Dyfed Powys Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Burton.



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