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Stories from the River

Listen to stories of how the Cleddau Rivers have helped shape the Pembrokeshire landscape and the lives of people who lived nearby.

They remember the past, celebrate the present and look forward to life on the shores in the future.

Click the links below to listen to the recordings connected to that subject:

Map of the Cleddau Estuary.​- Ferry Crossings and Characters


- Industry


- War


- Tragedies


- Childhood


- An Inspirational Place


- Language


- Wildlife


The stories were recorded to coincide with the William Stott of Oldham, Le Passeur (The Ferryman): Reflections on a landscape exhibition at Oriel y Parc. Most were recorded on location, at the points of
old ferry crossings on the Cleddau Rivers.

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