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Drefach Felindre Heritage Trail app


Posted on October 27th, by admin in Audio Trails, Case Study, Heritage apps, Mapping, oral history, Tales and musings. Comments Off on Drefach Felindre Heritage Trail app

Drefach Felindre Heritage Trail app

Dan was amazing to work with, endlessly patient with the delays caused by ourselves, dealing with community led projects is often challenging but he gently led us to our destination. The audio trail app is fantastic, the clips give a real flavour of our heritage, local people are fascinated by it and we hope that in due course visitors will also use the trail to share in our past.

Caroline Roberts, Llangeler Community Council

Drefach Felindre screenshots

Drefach Felindre app screenshots

The picturesque village of Drefach Felindre in the beautiful Teifi valley was once the centre of a thriving woollen industry, earning it the nickname ‘The Huddersfield of Wales’.

This bilingual iOS app allows visitors to immerse themselves in this industry and learn how it differed from its agriculture-dominated hinterland. The app features a beautiful offline map that allows visitors to explore the area even though the mobile network coverage is poor/non-existent.

Download the free app from Apple’s AppStore.





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