Located in Pembrokeshire's National Park, the village of Llangwm nestles into the western bank of the Cleddau Estuary.
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Llangwm is a village with a history that dates back well before the Norman invasion of 1066. The parish church itself dates back to the 14th century and it is known that there was a church on the site long before then.
Llangwm's traditional industry was fishing and for centuries fishermen and women from the village would ply the waters of Cleddau in search of the day's catch. Llangwm's link with the fishing industry is also evidenced by the many traditional Pembrokeshire Fisherman's Cottages, long, narrow single storey stone built buildings that can be found throughout the village.
The fishing industry is now gone, but Llangwm today is a popular, thriving village. Still with its strong sense of community, it welcomes visitors, whether they are on holiday or just making a day trip to the area. Llangwm offers sensational scenery, wonderful walks, easy access to Pembrokeshire's beaches and family attractions, a perfect visit if on a cycling holiday and somewhere from where one can launch a small boat to explore the Cleddau.
One feature of Llangwm life is its scarecrows and these go on show to the public during the village's festival fortnight, which normally runs during the last week of June and the first week of July. Shrek on the right is just one example of the many Llangwm scarerows that have been on display over the years. This one was over 7 metres tall. To see Llangwm's 2009 Scarecrows and to go to the Scarecrows page click here.
This website is designed to provide villagers and visitors to Llangwm alike, with all the information they might need to find out what is happening in the community; sports to take part in, clubs to join, places to worship, artwork to buy or simply to enjoy a nice meal at the village pub, navigation through this site will provide all you need to know.
On the navigation bar on the left hand side of the site will be found links to all the pages that will advise you about the Churches, Sports, Clubs and Societies, The Village Hall and Shops & Pubs and will provide an email link and / or a telephone number of someone who can answer your queries.
Visit the Llangwm Past page and you will be able to learm about Llangwm's history as well as view images of how the village looked as the 19th century turned into the 20th.
The News Page will provide you with all the up to date information of events taking place in the village during the next month.
Now please navigate your way through the site. We hope you enjoy it.