Templeton today

Templeton Today


Templeton has a population of roughly 850 and is situated approximately 2 miles from the market town of Narberth and 5 miles from the coastal villages of Amroth and Saundersfoot. Templeton has grown substantially over the last few years and the 21st century has seen perhaps the biggest change to the community than at any other time. The village was always the hub of the agricultural industry but today only a few are still involved in the industry, The Burgage land behind the properties which for centuries enabled people to be almost self sufficient is now being built on for residential use.

The village post office was closed in 2011 A village tea rooms opened in 2010 and closed in 2012. The village pub, The Boars Head, built in 1837 is open for meals & refreshments

Village Organisations

Templeton Community Association. The committee meet monthly to arrange village events and carry out gardening in communal areas etc.
They also produce and deliver a village magazine


Coffee Mornings 3rd Tuesday each month in Church Hall 

Plant Sale  Saturday 6 May

To commmemorate the 100th aniversary of the start of the Great War

A Memorial stone was erected in the car park to complement the

memorial plaques displayed in the churches.

A short service of Remembrance is held in the

car park on 11th November each year



Templeton Memorial


TEMPLETON REMEMBRANCE SERVICE 2016 At war memorial on village green November 11th 10.40 a.m.


Other village organisations

Templeton Community Council, Templeton School, Templetots Playgroup

Templeton Womens Institute, Templeton Young Farmers

Templeton United Reform Church . St Johns Church of Wales, Molleston Baptist Church.