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Part of the remains of St Dogmaels Abbey

St Dogmaels (Welsh: Llandudoch) is a village and community in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the estuary of the River Teifi, a mile downstream from the town of Cardigan in neighbouring Ceredigion.

The village contains the remains of a 12th century Tironian abbey, which was in its day one of the richer monastic institutions in Wales. It was once a marcher borough. George Owen of Henllys, in 1603, described it as one of five Pembrokeshire boroughs overseen by a portreeve[1].

In 2006 the village won the Wales Calor Village of the Year competition after beating Trefriw in the final. [1]

St Dogmaels is twinned with the village of Trédarzec in Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany.


The Abbey Shakespeare Plays

Plays by Shakespeare are performed annually in the abbey in the summer months. Some of the actors are from the local area, others come from all over Great Britain and return regularly.

In 2008 the play will be Henry IV – a combined version of Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2. Previous productions include:

See also


  1. ^ Owen, George, The Description of Penbrokshire by George Owen of Henllys Lord of Kemes, Henry Owen (Ed), London, 1892

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Coordinates: 52°04′51″N 4°40′43″W / 52.08083°N 4.67861°W / 52.08083; -4.67861



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