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B4372
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From:New Radnor (SO208606)
To:Beggar's Bush (SO262642)
Via:Kinnerton
Length:4.2 miles (6.8 km)
Meets: A44, B4357
Former Number(s):A44
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Radnorshire

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B4372 New Radnor - Beggar's Bush
This article is about the current B4372 in Radnorshire.
For the original B4372 in Shropshire, see B4372 (Shropshire)
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B4372 near Knowle Farm

The B4372 is a short B-road in east Radnorshire. Except for the section through New Radnor, which was the original line of the A44, the road was originally unclassified but gained its number in 1935.

The road has two western starting points, at either end of the A44 New Radnor bypass. The road heads into town along the pre-bypass route. From the west the road follows Church Street and the High Street; from the east the road follows Broad Street past the monument to Sir George Cornewall Lewis (a 19th-century politician). The two roads run into each other in the town centre with the road layout dating back to A44 days; through traffic on the B4372 has to TOTSO regardless of which direction it has entered town from.

The road leaves town on the narrow Park Road, which becomes S2 again after reaching open country. We run along the side of a hill, with Radnor Forest to the left and the valley the A44 runs through to the right. We skirt the northern edge of Kinnerton then continue to wind to a crossroads on the B4357 at Beggar's Bush. The B4372 ends here with the road ahead unclassified.



B4372
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