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Derwen Derwen is a rural village in the south of Denbighshire, Wales. It lies approximately halfway between Corwen and Ruthin, in the upper part of Dyffryn Clwyd ond the north side of the River Clwyd, opposite the village of Brynsaithmarchog.
Derwen The population of the community as taken at the 2011 census was 426.
Derwen An old Celtic Cross stands in the village, near the church, dating from the early middle ages.
Derwen College Derwen College is a Further Education College situated in Oswestry in Shropshire in the United Kingdom which provides residential further education for students with learning difficulties and disabilities. The college also operates a Young's Farm shop, selling produce grown at the college. (http://www.derwen.ac.uk/visitors/youngs-farm-shop.html)
The Barcud Derwen Group The Barcud Derwen Group was an independent group of television and AV facilities in Cardiff, Wales which claimed to be the largest in the UK outside London. It is now in administration.
The Barcud Derwen Group The Barcud Derwen Group sold its share in the previously owned or part owned: Men from Mars - now part of Century Communications. Platform Post and The Farm
The Barcud Derwen Group The merger with Derwen - a Cardiff based post production facility - in 1992 created Barcud Derwen. The new company then began a process of expansion. In 1990(?) the company issued shares to the public to finance the building of Studio 1 in Caernarfon. The company is owned by its 200+ shareholders.
The Barcud Derwen Group In 2010, Barcud Derwen ran into cash-flow problems and Grant Thornton were brought into find a buyer when it was "unable at trade through its current cash-flow difficulties and should enter administration".
St Mary's Church, Derwen The structure of the present church is thought to originate from the 13th century, although because the churchyard is round in shape, it is likely that there had been an earlier church on the site. Additions and modifications were made during the following centuries. Dating from the pre-Reformation period are the east window, the roof and the rood screen. The bellcote is dated 1688. The church was restored in 1857 by Henry Kennedy at a cost of about £750 (); the restoration included removal of the west gallery. Encaustic tiles were laid in the sanctuary in 1907. The church was closed for worship in 1998–99, and was taken into the care of the charity, the Friends of Friendless Churches, in 2000–01. The charity holds a lease for 999 years with effect from 1 December 2002.
St Mary's Church, Derwen On the west side of the churchyard is a building known as Church House. This dates from the 17th century or earlier. It has two storeys, with large openings to the north and south in the ground floor, now walled up. It is likely that this was a hearse house or a lych gate. The upper storey is approached by external stairs, and was originally a parish room or a vestry. It was restored and re-roofed in 1905, and is listed at Grade II.