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Traditional carmarthenshire

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Examples of my tourism work for Carmarthenshire County Council. Alan Evans, Freelance Professional Photographer based in St Clears.

Examples of my tourism work for Carmarthenshire County Council. Alan Evans, Freelance Professional Photographer based in St Clears.

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  1. Traditional Carmarthenshire 23/12/2010 18:25 Search this site Skip to content Coast & Countryside IN CARMARTHENSHIRE • WALES • UK Home i-Maps Culture Family Activities Natural Places to Go Staying Whats On Business Contact Castles Family History Arts & Entertainment Crafts Museums Tradition Food & drink Dylan Thomas Where are you? » Culture » Tradition The 2011 Holiday Guide on line » Whats On » A sense of place Latest News » Croeso - Welcome - to Carmarthenshire, a county with a unique sense of place which springs from its rich heritage, a way See it... Hear it... of life and thriving culture. Gower & Carmarthen Bay » Thereʼs something about Carmarthenshire; its people, the language, the landscape, that sets it apart and puts it in a class of its Taste it... own. This special sense of place is at the heart of Carmarthenshireʼs towns Tourism Links : and villages - youʼll feel it welcoming you as you wander Carmarthenshire County Council around the markets or pop into the Say it... Carmarthenshire Tourist pub for a drink and a bite to eat; Association youʼll hear it in the Welsh that is spoken by young and old; taste it in Inspirational Wales the food; touch it in the crafts and One Big Garden see it at the festivals, fairs and theatres. South West Wales Tourism Partnership Visit Wales Visit Swansea Bay Visit Pembrokeshire Ceredigion Tourism © 2011 Carmarthenshire County Council. This web site is produced by the Tourism & Marketing Division of Carmarthenshire County Council. The extraction of any photographic or written material from these pages without permission is expressly forbidden. The Authority does not accept responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions contained in these pages, nor is any warranty given to any of the internet sites, publications, attraction venues or establishments listed.http://www.discovercarmarthenshire.com/culture/tradition.html Page 1 of 1

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