Welcome to Pendine Sands
Pendine village in Carmarthenshire is located at the western end of the worlds famous Pendine Sands. The beautiful beach stretches for 7 miles from Gilman Point to Ginst Point. In the early 1900s the sands were used for car and motor cycle races. The firm flat surface of the beach created a race track that was better than many major roads of the time. In the 1920s the sands became the venue for record breaking speed attempts.
This website has been created for the community and visitors by Pendine Community Council.
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Pendine Museum of Speed
Find out all about the amazing vehicles that have made it into the record books at the Pendine Sands Museum of Speed.
The Museum of Speed has now been demolished and a new Museum of Speed is being developed by Carmarthenshire County Council.
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