Glyn-Coch is a very small farm that also provides space for a pottery (in which visitors can have a go at making or decorating pots), a craft shop, tearoom, and various museum collections. Our fields a grazed by rare Norfolk Horn sheep, which are associated with the Flemish weavers who founded the Pembrokeshire weaving industry 700 years ago. The paddocks are surrounded by a shelter-belt of native hardwoods, which provides habitats for a very rich fauna and flora.
Thelma is a keen craftsperson and her output currently includes traditional hand decorated bone china, hand made earthenware, ceramic jewellery, glass jewellery, wool products, knitting and weaving kits, needle felting kits, round knitting looms and knitted products. Her output can be bought in the shop along with the work of about 30 craftspeople in Wales.
Outside the craft enterprise, the Radio and Computer Collection continues to expand.
We are open all year 10:00 am to 6:00 pm in summer (closed on Tuesdays except in school holidays). In winter we close on Sundays and Tuesdays (except school holidays) and the last visit is at sunset. Get to us by following brown Tourist Board signs from the A40 half a mile west of St Clears. Sat Nav users should use map reference SN259 175 NOT the postcode.
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