Narberth - legendary attractions
6:57pm Saturday 22nd April 2006 in Town guides
There's always something going on in Narberth, a busy, hospitable town with a strong sense of community. Standing in the heart of the Landsker Borderlands - the legendary line between the Welsh and English territories - Narberth is a great centre for exploring.
Just a short drive in any direction can take you to the South Pembrokeshire coast, the majestic Preseli Hills, the tranquil Borderlands country or the county town of Haverfordwest. While Narberth has its merits as a touring centre, it's a vibrant, interesting little town well worth exploring in its own right. And the Wilson Museum, just down from the War Memorial, has some fascinating displays which show how Narberth life was lived.
Not only its loyal locals sing the praises of Narberth as a super place to go shopping, for the range of goods on offer really does take a lot of beating. The town's traders are keen to tempt custom with colourful pavement displays, and for the bargain-hunter, gourmet or lover of arts and crafts there are a number of interesting little shops to discover.
When an event is organised in Narberth, it gets organised well - as those who flock to the Winter and Summer Carnival and a huge range of community events throughout the year will testify.