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Things to do in Llangeler, Carmarthenshire

Llangeler is a thriving parish of over 3,000 people in West Wales.

Llangeler's pretty little church is in the centre of the village, set in the lovely rich green countryside of Carmarthenshire.

The parish has several tourist attractions and is close to many others. In nearby Drefach, the National Wool Museum reminds us graphically of the history of the region, whilst in Henllan just off the A484, the Teifi Valley Preserved Railway demonstrates other industrial links with the past.

A little to the west of Llangeler village is the West Wales Museum of Childhood - with its direct access off the A484 - offering glimpses of fun, nostalgia and excitement as it takes you through 100 years of childhood experiences. Operated as a ‘not-for-profit' venture, it also provides a welcome refreshment stop being the only tea room and toilets for use by the public on the A484 between Cenarth and Carmarthen.

Slightly further away are the remains of the old castle of the market town of Newcastle Emlyn.

Just beyond Newcastle Emlyn are the Coracle Centre and the Olde Smithy, both at Cenarth. There are many other attractions to be visited in the Teifi Valley, being the meeting of the three shires of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion

Description by Vic Davey

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