South West Wales Connected

Whitland

Carmarthenshire

Whitland is a small town in Carmarthenshire, Wales, lying on the River Taf and is approximately 23km from Carmarthen Town. The 2019 electoral role shows the town to have a population of 2,328 residents. There are two schools in Whitland and it has many local sporting teams including Rugby union, football and cricket.

The footfall at Whitland station in 2018-2019 was 45,036.
This Station is not adopted
Do you live near Whitland? We are looking for Community Connectors to help keep this page up-to-date with local information, news and events. Please contact us for information about how to become a Community Connector!

Whitland Useful Information
Here’s what our Community Changemakers grants will help local groups achieve this year

Here’s what our Community Changemakers grants will help local groups achieve this year

We recently awarded over £15,000 to groups making positive changes in communities around our ...
Ride Llanelli’s historic rails

Ride Llanelli’s historic rails

Steam trains are set to ride the rails again at the Llanelli and Mynydd Mawr Railway. We ...
Rediscover the Rebecca riots in Carmarthen

Rediscover the Rebecca riots in Carmarthen

A host of events taking place in Carmarthen this May will examine the significance of an icon ...
Five top rugby landmarks on our rail network

Five top rugby landmarks on our rail network

If you love rugby, you’ve come to the right rail network. From world class rugby stadiums to ...
Children show their creativity at Carmarthen railway station

Children show their creativity at Carmarthen railway station

Pupils from Ysgol y Model were tasked with creating a piece of art showing what Carmarthen ...
Swansea Bay and West Wales Metro: what you need to know

Swansea Bay and West Wales Metro: what you need to know

Imagine a future in which the South West Wales rail network is integrated with bus routes, ...
1,100 community rail volunteers and six local partnerships poised to play a key role in the Wales’ recovery

1,100 community rail volunteers and six local partnerships poised to play a key role in the Wales’ recovery

Members of a grassroots movement – including in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Carmarthenshire ...
Wildlife by the Railway: Water Voles

Wildlife by the Railway: Water Voles

Travelling by train from Swansea to Carmarthen takes you through some of the most beautiful ...
Moving Forward Together – Regional Transport Conference

Moving Forward Together – Regional Transport Conference

Join us to help shape the future of transport in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Neath Port ...
Discover the Wales Coast Path by train: Carmarthenshire

Discover the Wales Coast Path by train: Carmarthenshire

An excellent example is the stretch that runs through Carmarthenshire: the path takes you to ...
Join our meeting to forge a vision for a better Llanelli.

Join our meeting to forge a vision for a better Llanelli.

Join our meeting to forge a vision for a better Llanelli.
A day out by train: Carmarthen

A day out by train: Carmarthen

There’s no better way to explore West Wales than by train. We took a trip to Carmarthen to ...