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Llanddowror is a village and a community in Carmarthenshire in Wales situated 2 miles (3.2 km) from St. Clears. Previously on the trunk road to Pembroke Dock, the village is small, historic and relatively unspoilt.
A new bypass improvement scheme for the section of the A477 trunk road between St Clears and Red Roses was approved by the Welsh Government on 27 January 2012. Construction work on the new bypass began in mid-2012. Constructed with a straighter alignment and bypassing the villages of Llanddowror and Red Roses, the new section was scheduled to open during May 2014 but opened to general traffic at around 12:25 pm on 16 April 2014 having previously been declared open earlier in the day by Edwina Hart, Welsh Assembly Member for Transport.
Llanddowror has lent its name to the British Raj-era hill station of Landour in the Lower Western Himalaya in northern India. Landour was founded in 1827 as a convalescent station for British soldiers serving in India. During British colonial rule, nostalgic British names were common in India and many of these names survive today although many others were discarded once India became an independent state.
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- A477 Red Roses St Clears Improvement Scheme
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