|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
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Llangwm (//; Welsh pronunciation: [ˈɬangʊm]) is a small village, parish and community of around 450 properties situated on the Llangwm Pill off the River Cleddau estuary near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales. It has a history of mining and fishing and is in the largely English-speaking south of the county.
The parish was in the hundred of Roose, at the heart of Little England beyond Wales, and has been largely English-speaking since the 12th century, when it was settled by Flemish immigrants. Flemish occupation is under investigation by Dyfed Archaeological Trust, but the Trust's investigations have also uncovered evidence of occupation in the late Mesolithic period of the Stone Age, some 6,000 to 8,000 years ago.
Popular with visitors throughout the year, with extensive use of the river estuary and local walks, the village holds a festival in the last week of June and the first week of July.
In 2014, residents of the village performed a musical piece to mark the centenary of the beginning of World War One. Entitled "WW1 – A Village Opera", the work, written by Pembrokeshire author and poet Peter George, with music by Llangwm resident Sue Howley, wove the stories of villagers affected by the war into the greater political narrative of the buildup to war.
Llangwm is home to Pembrokeshire's newest literary festival, established by Michael Pugh. The festival, held each August, includes activities for both adults and for children, including creative writing and art workshops. Festival events are hosted in venues around the village, with accessible pricing. The festival has welcomed various well-known people including Griff Rhys Jones, Tristan Gooley, Ferdinand Mount, Peter Chand, Diana Darke, Harry Mount, David Horspool, Bobo Lo and Brian John to talk about such subjects as Wales, comedy, history, tragedy and navigation. Local artists, including Graham Brace, Ian Jacob, Anne Farrell-Doyle, Fran Evans and Fiona Cutting, have also featured.
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- "Llangwmlitfest". www.llangwmlitfest.co.uk. Retrieved 14 October 2017.
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