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Newcastle Emlyn Heritage Trail


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Newcastle Emlyn Heritage Trail

Newcastle Emlyn hasn’t always been a pretty little market town. A letter to the Editor of the Western Mail paints a rather sorry picture of life here in the late 19th century.

Newcastle Emlyn app screenshots

Newcastle Emlyn app screenshots

It has been a pleasure to work with you on our project, you were very helpful and came up with fabulous ideas and the end product is absolutely wonderful and should ensure that people over the world can read and hear about Newcastle Emlyn. A very big thank you for a very professional finish.

Hazel Evans, Newcastle Emlyn Town Council

This GPS-triggered trail focuses upon those darker times; stories that have been painstakingly collected by local historian Ken Jones and brought together in this bilingual app. View lovely archive images of Newcastle Emlyn and listen to Ken reveal gory local stories that include where the last fatal duel in Wales took place.

Update

In October 2014 we launched the app on Android and version 2 of the iOS app, which contains the following new features:

– Universal iOS app (designed for iPhone and iPad)
– New sliding menu navigation
– Closest place
– Crisper images

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