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Narberth lies just south of the A40. Take the A 478 from the Penblewin roundabout (signposted to Narberth and Tenby), between St Clears and Haverfordwest.
From the south, on the A477, take the A478 from the Kilgetty roundabouts, signposted towards Folly Farm amusement park.

There is a carpark just round the corner from the hall, although this will be partly occupied by the Narberth Food Festival
Parking is also available at the nearby Bloomfield Community Centre, and a park and ride service will be in operation from Narberth School (Satnav SA67 7FE) and from G D Harries in Templeton (Satnav SA67 8RG).

Narberth Railway station is a mile to the east of the town.
There are buses from Haverfordwest, Carmarthen, Tenby and Cardigan.
The Queen's Hall,
44 High Street,
SA67 7AS

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Queen's Hall
The High Street Narberth lies on the Landsker line, the boundery dividing English- and Welsh-speaking Pembrokeshire. It is the former capital of Pembrokeshire and boasts one of the best high-streets in the county. It’s a gorgeous little market town in the east of Pembrokeshire. Multi-coloured Edwardian and Georgian buildings line the high street which has developed quite a reputation as a shopper’s heaven. many of the cafes, pubs and restaurants are award winners.

The leaders of the Rebecca Riots (against road tolls) were imprisoned in the old townhall, which is houses shops and galleries.
The town has grown around the walls of its stone castle, but the name is older than the castle. Narberth is derived from ‘Arberth’, the pre-Norman name for the district (or commote). This Celtic heritage is also represented in the myth and legend of the Mabinogion – ancient Welsh folk tales that were written down in the 14th century, originating from an earlier tradition of oral storytelling. Two branches of the Mabinogi in particular are centred on ‘Arberth’, which was reputedly the court of Pwyll, Prince of Dfydd. The castle

Read Narberth's praise in The Guardian
Queen's Hall website

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