Llanedi is a village and community in Carmarthenshire, Wales. Once the name of a parish, Llanedi is now a community taking in the hamlet of Llanedi and the villages of Hendy, Fforest (suburbs of Pontarddulais) and Tycroes.
The community is located between Ammanford and Llanelli.
The community is bordered by the communities of: Llangennech; Llannon; Llandybie; Ammanford; and Betws, all being in Carmarthenshire, and by: Mawr; Pontarddulais; and Grovesend and Waungron, all in the City and County of Swansea.
The name of the parish church, St Edith’s, is thought to have the same origin as the name of the village. There are no apparent traces of the original medieval church and substantial rebuilding took place in 1860, Richard Kyrke Penson being the architect.
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