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LLANPUMSAINT HERITAGE
WALKING TOUR

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Llanpumsaint from the air

Llanpumsaint is a picturesque village on the river Gwili approximately six miles north of Carmarthen.

The village has a long and distinguished past and although it did not gain its name until the sixth century, the area has been occupied for at least four and a half thousand years as seen from the large number of standing stones in the area.

The walking tour will give you a flavour of the history of the village.

 

Llanpumsaint Church
The bridge over the river Gwili
Nebo Chapel

Whenever you see one of these boxes, it will give you instructions on how to get to the next point of interest on our walk.

The walking tour starts at the Village Hall.

Ready to take the tour?

 

Mobile phone coverage in the village is patchy - at the moment, the only network with comprehensive coverage is EE (formerly Orange and T-mobile). If your phone is on another network, you may want to download the map and PDF files below so that you can follow the walk without phone coverage.

 


Map showing points of interest on the tour

 


Download a PDF file of the walking tour suitable for viewing on a mobile device

 


Download a PDF file of the walking tour suitable for printing

 

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The following books were the source of much of the information on this website:

Hanes Llanpumsaint A History by Arwyn Thomas published by Carmarthenshire County Council

Ysgol Gynradd Llanpumsaint 150 Mlwydd Oed by Arwyn Pantglas and Margaret Bwlch-y-Trap published by Y Lolfa

Many thanks to Arwyn Thomas

 

Canolfan Tywi Centre RDP Sir Gar Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru - Natural Resources Wales Cyngor Sir Gar - Carmarthenshire Council Ymddiriedolaeth Genedlaethol - National Trust Caronfa Amaethyddol Ewropiaidd - European Agricultural Trust Llywodreath Cymru - Welsh Government