This category represents the town of Narberth, which gives its name to the ancient hundred ranging from the most south east locality of Pembrokeshire, Amroth, at the coastline of Camarthen Bay, the border with Carmarthenshire, as far north as Llandissilio, westwards south of the Preseli Hills, south of the ancient hundred of Dungleddy. The western boundary is the eastern bank of the Cleddau estuary, southwards to Lawrenny and Carew, before the ancient hundred of Castlemartin at St Florence and Tenby. The Narberth hundred includes the area as far south as parishes of Redberth, Gumfreston and St Issells, which includes Saundersfoot and Kilgetty.
Basic information about the town, it's location and what it has to offer.
Narberth and Whitland Observer
Online newspaper with local news, sports, features, letters and blogs.
Introduction to the ruin with photographs and links for location.
Narberth Food Festival
Details of event with photographs taken over the weekend.
Community news, opinion, information and a guidebook.
Pembrokehshire Local Action Network for Enterprise and Development.
Information and resources promoting sustainable communities, tourism, agriculture and new businesses in the county.
Last update:October 30, 2016 at 15:03:35 UTC