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Kilgetty (Welsh: Cilgeti) is a village immediately north of Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It lies at the crossing of the A477 road between St. Clears and Pembroke Dock and the A478 road between Tenby and Cardigan. The community of Kilgetty contains the villages of Killgetty, Reynalton and Begelly, and has a population of 2011 recorded in the 2001 census, updated to 2,262 at the 2011 Census.
The village has local shopping facilities with a supermarket, newsagents, chemists, car and bicycle shop, carpet and bed shop, fish and chip shop, Chinese takeaway and Indian restaurant and takeaway.
The pub, which was called the Railway Inn, is now known as the White Horse. There is also a RAOB social club and a local sports club that has a cricket ground. A Tang Soo Do Karate club who train at the Community centre every Monday 6--7. ALL Ages and abilities are welcome.
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