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Stori Fawr Dre-fach Felindre



The Dre-fach Felindre district consists of a number of adjoining villages, Cwmhiraeth, Cwm-pen-graig, Dre-fach, Drefelin, Felindre and Waungilwen on the banks of the Bargod, Esgair and Brân rivers as well as the upland of Penboyr. The villages are in North-west Carmarthenshire, not far from the river Teifi, three miles east of Newcastle Emlyn and about halfway between Cardigan and Carmarthen.

About the Stori Fawr Dre-fach Felindre Project

Through the website you can see old photographs over the past hundred years and read old documents and reports.

Dre-fach Felindre district - the villages of Cwmhiraeth, Cwm-pen-graig, Dre-fach, Drefelin, Felindre, Penboyr and Waungilwen - home of the National Wool Museum and very many woollen mills years ago, Bargod Rangers Football Club, the Red Dragon Hall, Penboyr School, St Llawddog and St Barnabas churches, Bethel, Clos-y-graig, Pen-rhiw and Soar chapels and innumerable annual carnivals!

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