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This category is for sites within the ancient parish of St Dogwells, in the hundred of Dewisland.  The category is named after the motte and bailey castle, which is surrounded by buildings forming the largest village at the northern and uppermost part of the parish.  The category includes the rural area to the east of the castle known as St Dogwells, and south, down the gorge to the village and parish at Treffgarne, in Roose Hundred.

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GENUKI: St Dogwells
Historical reference to the ancient parish, within the hundred of Dewisland, in which Wolfcastle is now the largest village.
Sealyham Adventure Centre
Offering land and water outdoor activities, with accommodation and instructors, for schools, families, friends and team building groups. Includes courses, prices, online shop, and contacts for their location north west of the village.
West Wales Willows
Grower and supplier for cuttings, rods for living structures, short rotation coppicing, basket weaving, willow toys for pets, and kits. Details of varieties and prices, with order form and contacts.
Wikipedia: Wolf's Castle
Article citing local history, folklore, community, economy, geography and transport links.
Wolfcastle, Treffgarne and St Dogwells Communities
Overview of the locality with slide show, history of churches, and contacts for councils.
Wolfscastle CP School
Features presentations, projects, and handbook with contacts. [Welsh and English].
Wolfscastle Pottery
Provides information on the pottery which makes strong, functional pots. Visitors can browse the showroom or have a go themselves. Includes a gallery and details of a holiday cottage to rent.
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