New Inn, Carmarthenshire
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New Inn is a small village located in Carmarthenshire, Wales with a population of 348.〔(Office for National Statistics, Usual Resident Population, New Inn SA39 )〕 It is situated along the A485 A road between Llanllwni and Gwyddgrug, approximately four miles from the village of Pencader. It is a linear settlement consisting of around sixty houses and a chapel.
New Inn developed at the crossroads of a Roman road, Sarn Helen, going from south to north, and a track that later became a drovers' road going from west to east.〔
The village was the commercial centre of the area by the mid 19th Century, with three public houses, a general store exporting vast quantities of butter and cheese to Carmarthen docks and an inn, 'The Traveller's Rest'. The village experienced a decline in trade due to the opening of a railway in the nearby settlement of Pencader.〔(Pencader and District Website, New Inn )〕 The community school in the village opened in 1881.
In 2007, the school was closed by the LEA due to a decline in the number of pupils and financial concerns.〔(LEA Report on the proposed closure of New Inn C.P. School, 12 June 2006 )〕 The two remaining public houses and the general store in the village have also closed.
As of July 2013, there is an agricultural machinery merchant, engineering company, dairy farm, and tour operator based in the village, as well as a Methodist chapel.
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