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Nominate Your Local Community for a Makeover

Mydeco the UK’s leading interior design and homewares website, is offering one lucky community a design makeover by British design icons Sir Terence Conran and Tara Bernerd. The site is calling for nominations from people in cities, towns and villages across the country for the indoor community space that deserves to win. Whether it’s an unloved […]

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Glangwili Mansion, Llanllawddog

Glangwili Mansion is a luxurious, boutique style bed & breakfast on the edge of Brechfa Forest in the beautiful, yet largely undiscovered Gwili Valley, just 7 miles north of Carmarthen. It is the ideal location for forest walks, mountain biking (close to the Mountain Biking Centre at Abergorlech) and is within easy reach of the […]

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Allt y Golau Farmhouse, Felingwm Uchaf

Situated in an uplifting landscape with panoramic views over the Tywi Valley and beyond towards the Black Mountain and Carreg Cennen, this Georgian stone walled farmhouse has been restored, furnished and decorated to a very high standard by the owners Colin and Jacquie Rouse. The comfortable bedrooms have many thoughtful extras and the lounge is […]

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Carmarthenshire Events

Here are a selection of events in the Carmarthenshire area. If you would like to submit any events for inclusion then please do contact us. West Wales Motorcycle Show – The Showground, Nantyci, Carmarthen, Saturday and Sunday, 21st and 22nd August 2010 Archived Events Santas on the Run – Ffos Las Racecourse, 21st December In […]

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Home-Start Training Course Places

Across the UK thousands of Home-Start volunteers visit families at home each week, supporting parents in situations as diverse as isolation, bereavement, multiple births, illness, disability or who are just finding parenting a struggle. They provide non-judgemental practical and emotional support and help build the family’s confidence and ability to cope. Home-Start runs more services […]

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Forgotten Welsh Houses

Forgotten Welsh Houses is a a compendium of 150 heritage properties in Wales that are mostly empty and at risk, with acquisition advice and success stories regarding similar buildings. To many people Wales is the land of rugby, music, mountains, Eisteddfods and ancient castles. Yet as this book shows it is also peppered with fine […]

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Whitland

Not only known for its wide variety of sporting facilities, Whitland can claim to be the founding town for codified Welsh law, which is commemorated in the Hywel Dda Gardens & Interpretive Centre where six gardens represent the different divisions of the law as proclaimed by the “King of all Wales”, Hywel Dda in 928 […]

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St Clears

Boasting a population of nearly 3,000, the smallish Carmarthenshire town of St Clears offers tourists a good selection of B&Bs, own catered accommodation and ample camping grounds. Situated on the River Tâf in west Wales, the town known as Sanclêr in Welsh has the ruins of a Norman castle, of which only the mound remains, […]

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