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Please can this be replaced where it was found in accordance to the hint, as many DNFs have been logged but the original cache has been there all along just in a different place. Many thanks. A magnetic nano in the middle of Narberth town so stealth needed to recover. Bring a pin and pen. Afterwards, why not follow the footpath the Townsmoor car park you that starts with Spice Box and eventually ends up in Canaston Woods (15-1 and Jaws). There are several caches along this walk
Narberth is a vibrant and busy town with historical importance due to it’s position on the two main trading routes between Carmarthen and Haverfordwest and Tenby and Cardigan. It became a market town in 1688 but was an important venue for trading long before that. The town is a busy oasis of quality grocers shops, supermarkets, butchers, boutiques and delicatessens and is now know for it’s antiques centre, interesting gift shops, art galleries, craft fairs and craft shops. Once referred to as ‘the Chelsea of Wales’ Narberth attracts regular discerning shoppers from Cardiff, Swansea, London and elsewhere. Arts and culture are well represented with venues such as the Queens Hall, galleries and festivals. Local food producers are plentiful and the annual Food Festival is a popular event. With plenty of places to stay and lots to do and with easy access from the A40 or railway Narberth is an excellent place to visit for tourists and locals alike.
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