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Ruabon on is a village with a population of 2,400 located south of Wrexham and north-east of Llangollen.

The name in Welsh is Rhiwabon which derives from Rhiw Fabon, Rhiw meaning hill and Fabon being a mutation from St Mabon, the original church name, of earlier, Celtic origin.

The village has a rich history which has been traced through the past 2,000 years. Sites of historical and archaeological interest still remain within walking distance of the centre of the village. St Mary's Church is a Grade 1 listed building which dates from the 14th Century.


Wrexham Tourist Information Centre


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Map reference: SJ 303437  Lat: 52.98689 Long: -3.03931

A483 south from Wrexham; at Junction 1, take the A539 (signed for Llangollen) then the B5605 for Ruabon.

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Ruabon station