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A 12th Century Water Powered Cornmill,the Heritage Centre has Tearooms,craft workshops for,pottery,weaving,food foraging,artisan bread,blacksmith,guided walks,coach tours of the Gower,indoor childrens playareas,Woollen Mill & animals.
On a forty foot high limestone ridge overlooking the pretty village of Mumbles Oystermouth Castle is a spectacular location. The earliest building remains at Oystermouth Castle, the keep in the central block, date from the early 12thC
The 14th Century Weobley Castle is perched on the Gower's wild north coast with a commanding view over the nearby marshes. Built by the de Bere family, Weobley served more as a fortified manor house than a serious military stronghold.
Remains of a sumptuous, mock-fortified manor built by the Mansel family during the sixteenth century. OS map 159: SS 497862
Remains of the Braose castle dating to the late thirteenth century.
St Marys has always served as a central place of worship for the City on great national, civic and religious occasions. As well as at the times of services the Church is usually open for prayer and visitors on most days of the week.
This ancient and modern Church has been a place of Christian worship for well over a thousand years.
St Hilary’s was consecrated in 1926, is built of Red Brick and although small by many standards boasts some very fine Stained Glass Windows
Breathtaking Rhossili bay, with its three mile long sandy beach, is overlooked by the Old Rectory, the most popular National Trust holiday cottage. Visible on the beach at low tide are the remains of the Helvetia, a ship wrecked in 1887
Loughor town was established by the Romans as a crossing point on the River Loughor and later with the building of the castle as a defended town by the Normans.
Remains of a thirteenth-century tower on top of a twelfth-century earthwork castle.
The National Trust property at Aberdulais Falls has one of the most famous waterfalls in South Wales. Situated in the village of Aberdulais adjacent to the Dulais Rock pub, an ideal place to start a journey around the Vale of Neath.
Neolithic tomb belonging to the so-called Severn-Cotswold group. The bones of up to forty people were found during excavations.
St Teilo's is situated at the head of the beautiful Bishopston Valley which is found on the magnificent Gower Peninsula near Swansea
TWO BEAUTIFUL GOWER CHURCHES PENNARD HAS A MILLENNIUM WINDOW AND IS CLOSE TO LOCAL BEACHES. THREE MILES AWAY, ILSTON CHURCH STANDS IN A WOODED VALLEY. A CHAPEL RESTORATION WITHIN THE CHURCH HAS WON PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS..
Sunday Services. All services are Holy Eucharist.
St Paul's Church, Sketty, is a family church with a variety of styles of worship.
Discover how a small village in the Welsh valleys used cutting edge technologies to harness an ice age landscape and breath-taking waterfalls, to shape the industries that changed the world.
5 Cwmdonkin Drive in the Uplands suburb of Swansea is the house in which the late Welsh poet Dylan Thomas was born and lived with his family for the first 23 years of his life and where he created 2/3rds of his published works.
Originally founded as a daughter house of Savigny in 1130, the abbey was absorbed into the Cistercian order in 1147. Fairly complete remains of the abbey survive, together with the sixteenth-century mansion raised within its precincts.