Welsh walk around Dylan's haunts - 29 Sept

There is a group that organises walks in Welsh in the Pembrokeshire area, but this time they will be venturing a little further afield and starting their walk from Talacharn/Laugharne. Details below:

10:30 Meet in Arthur’s, The Grist Laugharne, Carmarthen SA33 4SS to have a drink and a chat.

11:15 (about) An easy walk of about 3 miles past the church, so there will be a chance to visit Dylan’s grave. Then there is a firm path for a mile then through a couple of fields and a wood back to Laugharne, past the Boat house. About 2 hours.

It is possible to have dinner in the cafe or bring sandwiches (there are enough seats by the castle). The cafe does not accept credit cards.

In the afternoon there is a another walk a bit harder but short (less than 2 miles) or its possible to visit the castle or boathouse. Plenty of choice.

Entrance fees
Members of Cadw free, non members £4.00, senior £3.20.
£4.30 senior £3.30

To contact the organiser, get in touch with Y Gloncfeistres: 01239 820822 susan.carey@btinternet.com

The organisers of the Clonc Mawr do not accept any responsibility for injury, loss, mutation mistakes, drowning, shark attack, etc


We stayed in Sanclêr during eisteddfod week and visited Talacharn for an afternoon and really enjoyed everything about it including the free parking, the castle, the Dylan Thomas stuff and the little Welsh shop in the middle called ‘choices’. Loved it. If anyone goes could they say hi to the lady in the shop from me please, such a lovely, welcoming lady. She may remember the guy with the long beard, she may not.

“Drop in at Brown’s Hotel & buy a Felinfoel and ask where we live: they know.”

@billigog, this is your part of the world.