Penclawdd is a village situated in the north of the Gower Peninsula overlooking the Loughor Estuary and about 6 miles west of Swansea. This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from Penclawdd and the neighbouring villages of Crofty and Blue Anchor.
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Gower Communities: Penclawdd
Provides information on this village that used to be a busy sea port with several coal mines and tinplate, copper and brass works, and still has a flourishing cockle industry.
Information from Wikipedia on this village on the north of the Gower peninsula, including its history, the rugby football club and local delicacies.
Penclawdd Shellfish Processing
Co-operative group of licensed cockle gatherers with a cockle cooking facility. Provides information on cockle gathering, laverbread and recipes.
Penclawdd, Blue Anchor, Crofty and Llanmorlais
Provides photographs and information on these neighbouring villages, the local beach, churches and chapels, accommodation and amenities.
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