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Visitors to National Trust special places across south west Wales will have a spring in their step with the amount of adventures to be had over May half term
Many people have started preparing for a certain special occasion at the end of December but there's November to enjoy yet - let's see what's on this week.
Find out what's happening on your doorstep and make the most of your county!
Half-term and Halloween Bumper Edition with links to all the information you need!
It’s not all about sheep!
It’s not all about sheep!
The Llandovery Sheep Festival attracts thousands of visitors to this little Carmarthenshire market town each September – and it’s about much more than sheep.
Scenic gem of a castle
Scenic gem of a castle
One of south Carmarthenshire’s most scenic gems is nestled in a beautiful estuary that inspired one of Wales’s greatest 20th century writers. Laugharne was the home for some years of Dylan Thomas and there are many references to the poet around this lovely little town, but there is much more to see here besides his legacy, not least the magnificent castle. It’s a great place for a day trip, or a longer visit.
These walks are a unique introduction to the darker side of local life that are given a magical twist by the tour guide. Not for nothing was Carmarthen considered to be the ‘Wild West’ of Wales.
Moving to a bigger site this year to extend the camping area and welcome even more visitors is the popular Festival of the Celts, which features a whole range of music and events for the family over a fab weekend at the end of July.
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