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By 1825 Llangrannog commercial activity was largely concerned with the sea, including the shipment of coal.
A number of ships were built on the sands, the largest being the "Ann Catherine" a brig of 211 tons, the most recent developments, in the 1860s, were the 'ribbon village' which connected the beach and church villages and an extension of the beach village onto the southern slopes of the valley.
It lies in the narrow valley of the River Hawen, which falls as a waterfall near the middle of the village, and is on the Ceredigion Coast Path.The unitary kingdom of the Gruffydd ap Llywelyn was shattered by a Saxon invasion in 1063 just prior to the arrival of the Normans, but the traditional dynasty restored by Gruffudd ap Cynan slowly recovered until Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd was able to proclaim the Principality of Wales at Aberdyfi in 1216.That realm lasted until the invasions of Edward I in 1283.He came to the Ship Inn with Tommy Herbert, the Aberaeron vet, and with Ira Jones, the World War One fighter ace.Sarah Jane Rees was born in Llangrannog and is buried in the church yard.
Examples of cloth manufactured here are on display at the museum at Drefach Velindre near Newcastle Emlyn.