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The Wales national botanic gardens is set in parkland dating back about 400 years.
The garden is both a visitor attraction and a centre for botanical research.
ARTHUR REES enjoyed a brilliant career both on the rugby field for Wales, and in the police force, where he served as Chief Constable for Denbighshire 1957-64 and Chief Constable for Staffordshire 1964-77.
Capped 13 times by his country, he was the vice-captain and pack leader the day Wales beat New Zealand at Cardiff Arms Park in 1935.
The Millennium coastal path offers views of the Gower peninsula. The Gwili steam railway has a branch line set in the Cambrian hills.
The railway is maintained by enthusiasts and includes a museum of signally and railway artefacts.
Carmarthen is the county town on river Towy at the mouth of Carmarthen Bay.
Drums are beaten, speeches made, books sold and poems read, and some of our bolder politicians address the motley crew who come to remember the last Prince of independent Wales, "our Prince" as the inscription nicely has it.
Ella Rabaiotti, Assistant Chief Executive of Wales CRC said “It was a great event to showcase how Probation, Police and partners are joined together to reduce reoffending in Carmarthenshire.
By working face to face each day, we deal more effectively with offenders, providing the interventions and enforcement required.
By the end, two of his former Cambridge colleagues, Jones and Wilf Wooller, had played key roles and his old school pal Jenkins had contributed two conversions to a famous 13-12 victory.
Jenkins said of Rees: Arthur was a marvellous leader of men, he got the best out of them and they would follow him anywhere - though one once said `it is a pity about the places he takes us to!