Talog.wales has been created by members of the Talog community. It does not represent any organisation and its scope will evolve over time. In some ways it is a ‘cousin’ of Talog News Group
There’s a stretch of road between Talog and Meidrim where the verge and hedgerow is quite overwhelming in its richness and beauty.
Listen to Rick’s song “Hedgerow in Wales”
Pantyllyn bluebell woods open
May8 – May16 3pm – dusk
St. Lucia’s Church Abernant
The 1901 Census shows, on Page 1, that in the centre of Talog, of the 5 houses listed (comprising 30 occupants; 16 male, 14 female), the occupations included: shopkeeper, housemaid, merchant’s carter, blacksmith, 4 dressmakers, farmer and miller, general farm labourer, stone-mason, carpenter, apprentices, and a clog-maker. You can search the 1841–1911 English and Welsh censuses online, for free, via Carmarthen Library
Times and occupations change. See what products and services are available in and around Talog nowadays here
For information to all, the hall at Talog will be reopening on the 10th May for certain functions only. For further information contact the Hall Secretary
A former resident of Talog recalls that, when she moved to the area some 30 years ago, there wasn’t a lot of traffic through the village. Some children used to string a net across the road by the petrol pumps, and play tennis. This practice has now died out …. due to increased traffic, and the “children” are now adults.
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