Cymraeg: Pentref yn Swydd Henffordd, Gorllewin Canolbarth Lloegr, Lloegr ydy Pencombe. Mae'n bosib mai o'r enw Cymraeg "Pen Cwm" y daeth yr enw hwn.
English: Pencombe is a township, parish, and village located in Herefordshire, England. It is from Hereford, in each case reached by narrow roads. Its buildings, including St John's Church, Pencombe Church of England Primary School, nearby residential home Pencombe Hall and coach house (now a private dwelling), were heavily influenced by the Arkwright family. (In the nineteenth century the Arkwrights were known for the invention of industrial textile equipment; they lived at nearby Hampton Court, accessible via Dinmore Railway Station.) Pencombe is an active community of about 350 people with its own gastropub, the Wheelwright Arms, and modern village hall, which doubles as a cinema for "Flicks in the Sticks". The village hall is also home to Pencombe Under Fives Playgroup, a lively voluntary parent-run group. Pencombe Court, adjacent to the church, is the principal farmstead. The appropriate civil parish is called Pencombe with Grendon Warren. Its population at the 2011 census was 329.
Polski: Pencombe – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Herefordshire. Leży 16 km na północny wschód od miasta Hereford i 185 km na północny zachód od Londynu.
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