kensuke's-kingdom Given the town s Welsh name Caerfyrddin it has been suggested that Merlin may an anglicised form of Myrddin. BBC News

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Our Pembrokeshire offices cover Haverfordwest Hook Llangwm Rosemarket Broad Haven Little Keeston Roch Simpson Cross Newgale Nolton Walwyns Castle Tiers Johnston Camrose Crundale Spittal Wiston Clarbeston Hayscastle Treffgarne Wolfcastle Ambleston Moat Fishguard Goodwick Letterston Puncheston Castlemorris Mathry Abercastle Porthgain Llandeloy . Melbourne Tierney rugby footballer Eirian Williams snooker referee. Gorseinon An odd name for pub Archived July at the Wayback Machine. According to the PMSA bronze statue was cast from cannon captured battle of Maharajpur

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The town is famous for its proud rugby tradition and centre of tinplate production. St John Priory SN. Brewing. Notable people edit See Category from Carmarthen Carmarthenshire Joe Allen Wales and Stoke City FC midfielder Dorothea Bate Charles Brigstcke CB British civil servant Fflur Dafydd writer musician Barry Davies Ospreys fullback Gareth Scarlets scrumhalf Mark Delaney former Aston Villa defender Wynne Evans opera singer broadcaster presenter actor Rhod Gilbert Perrier Award Best comedian Rhodri GomerDavies Centre Gorky Zygotic Mynci band formed Geraint Griffiths songwriter Elis James Stephen Jones rugby captain Kate McGill Daniel Mulloy screenwriter director John Nash architect living working several important buildings area Newton William Norton international union player Ken Owens hooker Rhys Priestland making his senior team debut Six Nations Championship against Scotland secondhalf replacement Iwan Rheon famous role Game of Thrones Byron Rogers Matthew Stevens snooker pro Nicky member pop group Brotherhood Man Terence Thomas Baron Macclesfield banker politician Nik Turner Tudur Aled poet buried Franciscan Friars graveyard Philip Vaughan ironmaster inventor ball bearing Mary Warner mathematician Weathers drummer Williams Irish Lions Scott was Barbarians June . It was good to have the feedback from Haverfordwest on Sundays if cardigan office closed

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Other See also References External links Etymology of Llanelli edit or Llanelly spelling is anglicised form which was used until after changed following local public campaign. Carmarthenshire County Council Area and density of Community Wards Archived September at Wayback Machine. Football Stebonheath Park is the home of club Llanelli . Welsh language edit In the midth century Llanelli was largest town world where more than half population spoke Celtic

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There were repeated abortive attempts to turn buildings into grammar school. Bowls Llanelli hosts the annual Open Tournaments oldest and most prestigious of which RobertsRolfe Singles event has been run since now first prize . Previously access was across Carmarthen Bridge some feet to east

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Other notable burials were of Rhys ap Thomas and Tudur Aled. The loss of original medieval bridge that it replaced caused controversy. This stood near the river at what now Priory Street . The council finally reversed this policy during when they accepted that Welsh language should be equal with English . St John Priory SN

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These include All Saints Church and St Albans . James Heather. Theodor Mommsen ed. The traditional industries of Llanelli have been gradual decline over recent decades and local government has responded by promoting developments such Machynys Golf Course new retail parks at Trostre Pemberton Millennium Coastal help attract tourism. The pillar which was about ft m designed to echo Trajan column in Rome. Notable people edit See Category from Carmarthen Carmarthenshire Joe Allen Wales and Stoke City FC midfielder Dorothea Bate Charles Brigstcke CB British civil servant Fflur Dafydd writer musician Barry Davies Ospreys fullback Gareth Scarlets scrumhalf Mark Delaney former Aston Villa defender Wynne Evans opera singer broadcaster presenter actor Rhod Gilbert Perrier Award Best comedian Rhodri GomerDavies Centre Gorky Zygotic Mynci band formed Geraint Griffiths songwriter Elis James Stephen Jones rugby captain Kate McGill Daniel Mulloy screenwriter director John Nash architect living working several important buildings area Newton William Norton international union player Ken Owens hooker Rhys Priestland making his senior team debut Six Nations Championship against Scotland secondhalf replacement Iwan Rheon famous role Game of Thrones Byron Rogers Matthew Stevens snooker pro Nicky member pop group Brotherhood Man Terence Thomas Baron Macclesfield banker politician Nik Turner Tudur Aled poet buried Franciscan Friars graveyard Philip Vaughan ironmaster inventor ball bearing Mary Warner mathematician Weathers drummer Williams Irish Lions Scott was Barbarians June

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The Quins currently play Welsh Premier Division league after their promotion to Premiership season. Technium Performance Engineering Archived December at the Wayback Machine. The Scarlets side emerged winners at Stradey Park