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by LLANTEG LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY

eBook Llanteg down the years: a memento of the village in words and pictures epub
  • ISBN: 0953814203
  • Author: LLANTEG LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lllanteg Local History Society; Reprint. edition (2000)
  • Pages: 100 pages
  • ePUB size: 1817 kb
  • FB2 size 1732 kb
  • Formats doc docx lit lrf


Llanteg Down the Years: A Memento of the Village in Words and Pictures EAN 9780953814206.

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Llanteg – A Picture Book of Memories 1850s-1950s (2005) – £. 9. Llanteg Down the Years (published 2000) – £. 9 (sold out). Booklet (2003) – £4. Llanteg – A Century in Photographs 1850s-1950s (2004) – £. History of Older Houses in the Parish of Crunwere 1901-2001 (2004) – £. 0. Grave and Memorial Inscriptions in Crunwere Parish (2002) – £.

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Llanteg: the days before yesterday: a second memento of the village in words and pictures. ISBN 9780953814213 (978-538142-1-3) Softcover, Llanteg Local History So. 2001.

Tuesday 17th Sept – Winding-up meeting of Llanteg History Society – . 0pm at Llanteg Hall. Saturday 21st Sept – Musical Evening at The Wanderer’s Rest with the Taylors from . 0pm. Jeni 07706622410 [email protected] Sunday 22nd September – Village Craft Get-together Afternoon – . 0-5pm. Do you fancy coming along to an informal craft exhibition in the Village Hall? We will have local residents’ items on show.

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Llanteg (also previously known, and still regularly pronounced, as Lanteague) is a small village in Pembrokeshire, Wales, belonging to the community of Amroth. It contains a 13th-century church (St Elidyr) and two closed chapels. Cronwere (Crunwear), a parish, in the union and hundred of Narberth, county of Pembroke, South Wales, 5 miles (. km) east south-east from Narberth; containing 282 inhabitants

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