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  • Born Of The Cleddau - A Film by Llangwm Local History Society

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A short film made by one community, linking the different events which took place near the village of Llangwm positioned on the River Cleddau. This historical overview touches on smuggling, piracy, river trade, the Garden Pit Mining disaster, flying boats, and more!

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