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Encyclopedia > Cenarth

Cenarth is a village on the border of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire in Wales, lying on the River Teifi. It is known for its waterfall, its seventeenth century flour mill and for its coracle museum.

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Conwy Richards - Coracle Types - The River Teifi - Page 3 of 3 (400 words)
Cenarth is one of the most famous villages in Wales.
Despite the fact that Cenarth is famous as a centre for coracle fishing none has netted there since 1970 where one pair ceased netting.
They were the victim of a 1935 by-law that prohibited the transfer of licences, so it was on the death of the last licensee 25 years later that a tradition of hundreds of years ended.
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