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Carmarthenshire


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carmarthenshire principal area
Geography
Area
- Total
- % Water
Ranked 3rd
2,395 kmĀ²
? %
Admin HQ Carmarthen
Most Populous Town Llanelli
ISO 3166-2 GB-CMN
ONS code 00NU
Demographics
Population:
- Total
- Density
 
Ranked

Ranked
/ km²
Ethnicity 99.4% White
Welsh language
- Any skills
Ranked 3rd
63.6%
Politics

Carmarthenshire County Council
http://www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk/
Control
MPs
  • Nick Ainger
  • Nia Griffith
  • Adam Price

AMs
  • Christine Gwyther
  • Catherine Thomas
  • Rhodri Glyn Thomas
    (Constituency)
  • Mid and West Wales
    (Regional)

MEPs Wales
Carmarthenshire is a county in Wales. Its main towns are Llanelli, Carmarthen and Ammanford.

Geography

The county is bounded to the north by Cardiganshire, to the east by Powys and Glamorganshire, to the south by the Bristol Channel and to the west by Pembrokeshire. Carmarthenshire has a population of approximately 170,000, 55% of whom are Welsh speakers. The surface generally is upland and mountainous. Fforest Fawr and Black Mountain extend into the east of the county and the Cambrian Mountains into the north. The south coast contains many fishing villages and sandy beaches. The highest point is Carmarthen Fan, 2,525 feet (770 m).

Principal towns are Ammanford, Burry Port, Carmarthen, Kidwelly, Llanelli, Llandeilo, Newcastle Emlyn and Llandovery, Sandy, St. Clears, Whitland, Pendine. The main rivers are the Tywi, the Loughor (which forms the eastern boundary with Glamorgan), and the Gwendraeth Fawr. The principal industries are agriculture, forestry, fishing and tourism. Allthough Llanelli is by far the larger town in the county, the county town remains in Carmarthen, mainly due to it's central location.

Government

The modern day administrative county of Carmarthenshire was created by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994. Its boundaries closely reflect those of the traditional county of Carmarthenshire. Between 1974 and 1996, Carmarthenshire, along with modern day Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion were part of the non-metropolitan county of Dyfed.

Electoral divisions

The county is divided into 68 electoral wards. Most of these wards are coterminous with communities (parishes) of the same name. Most communities in Carmarthenshire have an elected council. The following table lists council wards, communities and associated geographical areas. Communities with a community council are indicated with a '*':

WardCommunity CouncilOther geographic areas
AbergwiliAbergwili*, Llanllawddog*
AmmanfordAmmanford Town* (Iscennen and Pantyffynnon wards)
BetwsBetws*
BigynLlanelli Town* (Bigyn ward)
Burry PortCefn Sidan (community) (Burry Port ward)
ByneaLlanelli Rural* (Bynea ward)
Carmarthen Town NorthCarmarthen Town* (Carmarthen Town North ward)
Carmarthen Town SouthCarmarthen Town* (Carmarthen Town South ward)
Carmarthen Town WestCarmarthen Town* (Carmarthen Town West ward)
CenarthCenarth*, Newcastle Emlyn*
CilycwmCil-y-cwm*, Llansadwrn* and Llanwrda*
Cynwyl ElfedCynwyl Elfed*, Bronwydd*, Llanpumsaint*, and Newchurch and Merthyr*
Cynwyl GaeoCynwyl Gaeo*, Llansawel* and Llanycrwys*
DafenLlanelli Rural* (Dafen ward)
ElliLlanelli Town* (Elli ward)
FelinfoelLlanelli Rural* (Felinfoel ward)
GarnantCwmamman* (Pistillwyd and Twyn wards)
GlanammanCwmamman* (Grenig and Tircoed wards)
GlanymorLlanelli Town* (Glanymor ward)
GlynLlanelli Rural* (Glyn ward)
GorslasGorslas*
HendyLlanelli* (Hendy ward)
HengoedLlanelli Rural* (Hengoed ward)
KidwellyKidwelly Town*
Laugharne TownshipLaugharne Town*, Eglwyscummin, Llanddowror* and Pendine*
LlanboidyLlanboidy*, Cilymaenllwyd* and Llangynin*
LlanddarogLlanddarog* and Llanarthney
LlandeiloLlandeilo Town* and Dyffryn Cennen*
LlandoveryLlandovery Town* and Llanfair-ar-y-bryn*
LlandybieLlandybie* (Llandybie and Heolddu wards)
LlanegwadLlanegwad*, Llanfihangel Rhos-y-Corn* and Llanfynydd*
Llanfihangel AberbythychLlanfihangel Aberbythych* and Llangathen*
Llanfihangel-ar-ArthLlanfihangel-ar-Arth* and Llanllwni*
LlangadogLlangadog*, Llanddeusant* and Myddfai*
LlangelerLlangeler*
LlangennechLlangennech*
LlangunnorLlangunnor*
LlangyndeyrnLlangyndeyrn*
LlannonLlannon*
LlansteffanLlansteffan*, Llangain* and Llangynog*
LlanybydderLlanybydder* and Pencarreg*
LliediLlanelli Town* (Lliedi ward)
LlwynhendyLlanelli Rural* (Pemberton ward)
Manordeilo and SalemManordeilo and Salem*, and Talley*
PembreyCefn Sidan (community)* (Pembrey ward)
PenygroesLlandybie (Penygroes ward)
PontammanAmmanford* (Myddynfych and Wernddu wards)
PontyberemPontyberem*
Quarter BachQuarter Bach*
SaronLlandybie* (Saron Ward)
St ClearsSt Clears Town*
St. IshmaelLlandyfaelog* and St. Ishmael*
Swiss ValleyLlanelli Rural* (Swiss Valley ward)
TrelechAbernant*, Llanwinio*, Meidrim* and Trelech*
TrimsaranTrimsaran*
TycroesLlanedi* (Tycroes ward)
TyishaLlanelli* (Tyisha ward)
WhitlandWhitland Town* and Henllanfallteg

Traditional Carmarthenshire

The traditional county of Carmarthenshire is bounded to the north by Cardiganshire, to the east by Brecknockshire and Glamorganshire, to the south by the Bristol Channel and to the west by Pembrokeshire. Carmarthenshire was the largest traditional county in Wales by area.

Places of interest

Historical places

  • Carreg Cennen
  • Kidwelly Castle
  • Laugharne Castle
  • Llansteffan Castle
  • Talley Abbey

Geography

  • Afon Cywyn
  • Afon Taf
  • Afon Teifi
  • Aberglasney House and Gardens
  • Brechfa Forest
  • Millennium Coastal Park, Llanelli
  • National Botanic Garden of Wales
  • Pembrey Country Park
  • Pendine Sands
  • Usk Reservoir
  • WWT National Wetlands Centre, Llanelli

Museums

  • Dolaucothi Gold Mines
  • Dylan Thomas Boathouse
  • Kidwelly Industrial Museum
  • Pendine Museum of Speed (Pendine)

Heritage railways

  • Gwili Railway
  • Teifi Valley Railway


This article was copied on 11 July 2006. The current version with history is available on Wikipedia.
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