LLANDOVERY - CARMARTHENSHIRE
Llandovery is a small market town which still holds regular livestock marts. The town enjoys a rich notable heritage. It has an attractive town centre with the remains of a Norman castle that was famously attacked by the forces of Owain Glyndŵr in 1403. Amongst the town’s other attractions are Llandovery Theatre, a heritage centre and Llandovery College.
Llandovery is the place where one of the first independent Welsh banks was established, the Black Ox, which is now part of the King's Head inn. The surrounding area is beautiful, and visitors use Llandovery as a base to explore the western area of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
With a population of around 2000, there are some strong community organisations including Llandovery Rugby Club - ‘The Drovers’.
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