Llangwm, in Pembrokeshire, west Wales, huddles around an inlet of the Cleddau Estuary. Sitting at the end of a minor road with nowhere else to go, it is isolated. This isolation has over many generations engendered a strong sense of communal self-sufficiency. With its church, two chapels, post office, pub, rugby and cricket clubs, school, an annual literary festival, choir, and a host of other societies, it is a very busy village.
David Wilson lives and works in Llangwm and since 2019 has been photographing people at home, at work, and at play as well as the landscape and river in the immediate area. This book will offer a snapshot not just of a west Wales village but of a community whose feel is familiar to many.