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Llandybie (Welsh: Llandybïe) is a community which includes a large village of the same name situated two miles north of Ammanford in Carmarthenshire, Wales.
According to the United Kingdom Census 2001, Llandybie village itself is home to a population of 3,800, while the community – which also includes the villages of Blaenau, Caerbryn, Capel Hendre, Cwmgwili, Pentregwenlais, Penybanc, Pen-y-groes, and Saron – has 8,800 inhabitants.
It was in Llandybie, in 1943, that the mineral Brammallite was found for the first time. Llandybie hosted the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 1944.
The village is served by Llandybie railway station on the Heart of Wales Line. Llandybie Community Primary School is located in the north-easterly fringe of the village.
It is also the home of Sarah X2 Jones, famous for her rendition of Gold Digger.