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Bethel Chapel - renovations-scaffolding - Pembrey, Wales, UK old Gwendraeth Valley Railway, Pembrey Wales, UK SHIP AGROUND INN, Pembrey Wales Pembrey Inn, Wales - CLICK FOR BIG PICTURE Ashburnham Hotel, Pembrey, Wales accommodations

Town of Pembrey & surrounding Welsh countryside, Wales - through the eyes of a Welsh expatriot-visitor J.Evans

Credits:  Photos of Wales and UK & Commentary

This section is developed from photos and commentary by our contributing travel-writer, John Evans during a recent visit to Pembrey, Wales to our web folks at

John Evans is also the publisher of Papua New Guinea's research level web collection of Books Useful Articles and Information ("BUAI")

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see also
Rural Welsh Pubs & Real Ales

Rural Welsh Pub - RED LION - Llandyfaelog - Carmarthenshire, Wales

see Historic Chapels & Graves

one of number of historic chapels and graveyards in Pembrey, Wales
Grave yard of Bethel chapel in Pembrey, Wales

see also
Other Web Information-Sites about Wales

  • BBC News UK edition on the Internet about South West Wales
  • Carmarthenshire County Council

    "Carmarthenshire County Council is one of the largest and most diverse employers in South West Wales. Over 9000 employees, working in a range of occupations and professions, provide services across a beautiful rural county with a population of around 170,000. " [cited fr.
    council_eng/jobs.html 2003/10/18]

  • Carmarthenshire Family History Society

  • Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru - The National Library of Wales

  • Thomas Parry Library at the University of Wales Aberystwyth
  • Heritage in Wales - Cadw

    Cadw is a Welsh word which means 'to keep'.

    Cadw's mission is to protect, conserve, and to promote an appreciation of the built heritage of Wales.

    The full title of the organization is Cadw:  Welsh Historic Monuments Executive Agency, and it is a part of the National Assembly for Wales. Created in 1984, Cadw carries out the complete range of responsibilities for the conservation, presentation, and promotion of the built heritage of Wales on behalf of the National Assembly for Wales. These duties include:

    • Securing the preservation of ancient monuments and historic buildings.
    • Grant aiding the repair of ancient monuments and historic buildings.
    • Managing 129 ancient monuments in Wales which are in direct State care.
  • Tourism attractions in Wales

  • Castles of Wales

  • Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

    "The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama is the national conservatoire for Wales.  It was founded in 1949 when it was housed in Cardiff Castle and, in 1974, moved to its purpose-built premises in the Castle Grounds, just a few hundred yards from the city centre. With over 300 performances a year, there is a wide range of performance opportunities available in one of RWCMD's six venues, or further afield at venues in Wales, the United Kingdom and beyond. " [quoted from 2003/10/18]

  • The University of Wales - PRIFYSGOL CYMRU