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Carmarthen is the County town of Carmarthenshire, with a population of 14,185 in 2011. It lies on the River Towy and claims to be the oldest town in Wales. The former cattle market underwent regeneration, opening a new shopping centre in 2010 that includes a cinema, market hall, restaurants and multi-storey car park. Carmarthen is the home to Dyfed-Powys Police HQ, Glangwilli Hospital, University of Wales Trinity St David campus, Carmarthen castle ruins, Carmarthen Bridge and Picton's Monument.

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Carmarthen Useful Information

The footfall at Carmarthen station in 2018-2019 was 383,386.

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