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Glynhir Mansion

Glynhir Road, Llandybie, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2TD, United Kingdom
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Glynhir Golf Club

Glynhir Golf Club

Glynhir Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the beautiful and secluded Carmarthenshire countryside.

Glynhir is an established parkland course where ambling fairways and mature wooded areas are plentiful.Glynhir Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the beautiful and secluded Carmarthenshire countryside. Glynhir is an established parkland course where ambling fairways and mature wooded areas are plentiful.

Gwyl Y Twrch Trwyth

Gwyl Y Twrch Trwyth

Gwyl y Twrch Trwyth / Enchanted Boar Festival celebrates the story from the Mabinogion of the Enchanted Boar (Twrch Trwyth) who is said to have been chased through the Amman Valley by King Arthur & Prince Culhwch in their attempt to secure the hand of the Fair Maiden Olwen.

The Festival is Medieval Themed and we have a full camp of historical re-enactors as well as many Live Action Role Players to give the weekend a real Medieval Feel. The 2 day event takes place on 17th & 18th September.

Amman Valley Leisure Centre in Ammanford

Amman Valley Leisure Centre in Ammanford


A friendly atmosphere, on-site parking, a programme of ongoing refurbishment and a team of fully qualified staff are all reasons why over 200,000 people per year enjoy Carmarthenshire County Council’s Amman Valley Leisure Centre.

Located adjacent to the town’s Secondary School, facilities include two attractive swimming pools, athletics track, tennis courts, a large sports hall, flood lit astro turf pitch and a 34 station Gym and Fitness Studio.

Activities include Sports sessions, adult & junior swimming lessons,  Fitness Classes and a full range of birthday parties.

River Amman in Ammanford

River Amman in Ammanford

The River Amman (Welsh: Afon Aman) is a river in South Wales.

The Amman flows from its sources, which include the Aman Fach and the Aman Fawr, in the Black Mountain range to its confluence with the River Loughor at Pantyffynnon.

The river gives its name to the town of Ammanford and the villages of Pontamman, Glanamman, Brynamman and Rhosaman. In the 19th and early 20th centuries the valley was a booming coal-mining area, but the mines have now closed and the valley environment has been considerably improved with developments such as the Amman Valley Trotting Club, cleaner waters, outdoor activities encouraged including riverside walks, forest paths and mountain biking trails.

 
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