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  Pembrokeshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pembrokeshire (Welsh: Sir Benfro) is a county in the southwest of Wales in the United Kingdom.
Pembrokeshire is a maritime county, washed by the sea on all sides except in the northeast where it is bounded by Cardiganshire and in the east where it is bounded by Carmarthenshire.
Between 1974 and 1996 the county was administered as two districts (South Pembrokeshire and Preseli) of the non-metropolitan county of Dyfed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pembrokeshire   (301 words)

 PEMBROKESHIRE - LoveToKnow Article on PEMBROKESHIRE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Population and Administration.The area of Pembrokeshire is 395,151 acres with a population in 1891 of 89,138 and 1901 of 88,732, showing a slight decrease.
Pembrokeshire lies in the South Wales circuit, and assizes are held at Haverfordwest.
Pembrokeshire contains an unusually large number of county seats, particularly in the south, which includes Stackpole Court, the residence of Earl Cawdor, a fine mansion erected in the 18th century; Picton Castle; Slebech, once the seat of the Barlows; Orielton, formerly belonging to the Owens; and Ffynone, the residence of the Colby family.
80.1911encyclopedia.org /P/PE/PEMBROKESHIRE.htm   (3614 words)

 Pembrokeshire - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Pembrokeshire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pembrokeshire is bounded on the south by the Bristol Channel and on the west and north by St George's Channel, into which protrudes St David's Head.
Pembrokeshire is undulating, consisting of green hills alternating with fertile valleys.
The main relief is the Preseli Hills in the northeast; the most important rivers are the East and West Cleddau, which unite and form a navigable portion of Milford Haven.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Pembrokeshire   (322 words)

 Dale, Pembrokeshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dale is a small village in Pembrokeshire, Wales, located on the Dale Peninsula which forms the north side of the entrance to Milford Haven estuary.
Many British, Dutch and Belgian students of marine biology, biology, geology, geomorphology, and other related fields have enjoyed exporing the natural resources of Pembrokeshire as well as each others company and the beer sold by the local pub.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes through the village.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dale,_Pembrokeshire   (144 words)

 BBC - South West Wales Land of Dreams - stories, galleries & more from Pembrokeshire
Explore the people and places of North Pembrokeshire with a BBC Wales series that looks at the county which, over centuries, has charmed generations of inhabitants and visitors alike.
Brian Llewelyn's family are born and raised Pembrokeshire people - in the second programme they share how the changing times have impacted on the county's people and landscape.
Pembrokeshire has some of the best surf in the UK - we've got it covered with beach guides, messageboard and daily surf conditions.
www.bbc.co.uk /wales/southwest/sites/landofdreams   (428 words)

 Pembrokeshire, WalesGenWeb Project
Pembrokeshire, also called Pembroke, Welsh Sir Benfro county of southwestern Wales, bounded on the northeast by Ceredigion, on the east by Carmarthenshire, on the south by the Bristol Channel, and on the west and northwest by St. Bride's Bay and Cardigan Bay of St. George's Channel.
Henry VIII formally established the earldom of Pembroke as a shire (county) in 1536, and English law was imposed from 1542.
Pembrokeshire was one of the battlegrounds of the English Civil Wars during the 17th century.
www.rootsweb.com /~wlspem   (835 words)

 GENUKI: Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire Census Lookups including the 1841 and 1851 series [Dyfed FHS]; the 1881[LDS] and a private database of the 1891 census covering north west Pembrokeshire.
A Description of the county of Pembrokeshire from A Topographical Dictionary of Wales (1833) by Samuel Lewis.
Pembrokeshire Hearths 1670 on Richard Hopkins' site "Among the Lay Subsidies at the Public Record Office is a Roll containing particulars of the Hearth Tax levied on the householders in Pembrokeshire in the year 1670...."
www.genuki.org.uk:8080 /big/wal/PEM   (6488 words)

 Dogpile - Web Search: pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire is a maritime county, washed by the sea on all sides except in the northeast where it is bounded by Cardiganshire and in the east where it is bounde...
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is dedicated to conserving and enhancing the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the national park.
In Pembrokeshire, West Wales, you'll appreciate not only the magnificent scenery of Britain's only coastal National Park, but also plenty of activities for a total holiday experience.
www.dogpile.co.uk /uk.dogpl/search/web/pembrokeshire   (312 words)

 Pembrokeshire, South West Wales the official guide. Where to stay, what to see and do
Pembrokeshire has more award-winning rural beaches than any other county in Wales, including eleven Blue Flag beaches, the world's most prestigious beach award, and fourteen Green Coast Awards in the 2006 batch of winners.
The awards recognise beaches that have achieved the highest bathing water quality and are also prized for their natural, unspoilt environment.
Pembrokeshire is a member of Wild West Wales, which promotes adventure activity breaks in South West Wales.
www.visitpembrokeshire.com   (374 words)

 Pembrokeshire - a Personal Guide
Tucked away in the south-west of this ancient country, Pembrokeshire boasts green fields, astonishing scenery, rugged coasts, sandy beaches and majestic mountains.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is perfect for walking, water sports or simply soaking up the sun.
This guide is based on many years of happy family holidays in Pembrokeshire.
www.apersonalguide.co.uk /pembrokeshire   (77 words)

 Pembrokeshire Wales Virtual Tour
Pembrokeshire's coastal scenery makes it a popular area of Wales.
Perched on the cliffside down a flight of stairs near one favourite pirate landing spot is a 6th century hermit's chapel, St. Govan's.
No one knows for sure why he came from Ireland to Pembrokeshire to preach and worship.
www.britainexpress.com /wales/tour/pembrokeshire   (724 words)

 Pembrokeshire Ramblers Group
Pembrokeshire Ramblers' Group was first formed in 1972, and we have 211 members.
The Pembrokeshire coast line is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and is also a designated area for wild life and wild flowers - a walker's paradise!
The walk leader will be happy to discuss the terrain so that you can find a walk which suits your ability.
www.pembrokeshireramblers.org.uk   (209 words)

 Wales Cottages - quality self catering accommodation in the Pembrokeshire region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cottages in a sheltered courtyard setting on an organic Farm in Pembrokeshire, near beaches of Amroth, Wisemans Bridge and Saundersfoot.
St Nons Bay Cottages are individual spacious stone and slate cottages, completely refurbished by a local architect and stone mason in the traditional Pembrokeshire style to offer a very high standard of accommodation.
Superbly located on the beach in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park these superior holiday flats have magnificent views and direct access to the fine sandy beach.
www.walescottages.org.uk /properties.asp?RegionID=7   (537 words)

 Chapel Studio Holiday Cottage near St Davids Pembrokeshire Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is reached by a minor road which ends at the Studio but footpaths lead to the coast path or across moors in other directions.
The Studio is in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
It is 2 miles from St David's Cathedral and Bishop's Palace and 10 minutes walk from the Pembrokeshire Coast footpath.
www.davidscottages.co.uk   (421 words)

 Pembrokeshire Geographic Pathfinder Project
In December 2004 Pembrokeshire was selected for one of ELWa's, a former Assembly Sponsored Public Body (ASPB) whose functions are now part of the Department for Education and Lifelong Learning and Skills, initial Geographic Pathfinder Projects.
This document describes, in summary terms, what we believe to be some of the challenges and issues which need to be addressed in order to deliver on the vision of the future learning network in Pembrokeshire.
The Pembrokeshire Geographic Pathfinder project will be managed within the Welsh Assembly Government by a Pathfinder Project Management Team led by the Regional Director.
www.elwa.ac.uk /elwaweb/elwa.aspx?pageid=3929   (325 words)

 pembrokeshiretv.com - News, Sport, Information and Entertainment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The fans, clearly shaken and stirred by the failure of EON productions to cast Pierce Brosnan in the role for a fifth time, declare that “an unknown with a penchant for oddball roles” wouldn’t be able to pull off the part of the tall, dark, handsome and suave secret agent.
From St Justinians to Amroth, Pembrokeshire is united in snubbing the Craignotbond.com campaign.
In fact one person even admitted they’d feel “awfully sorry” for the actor if there was a picket of rabid Connery or Brosnan fans in front of the Palace cinema in Haverfordwest.
pembrokeshiretv.com /content/templates/v6-article.asp?articleid=1541   (413 words)

 Meadowside Holiday Bungalows in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
Meadowside Holiday Bungalows in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK Holiday Bungalows on the coast and in the Pembrokeshire National Park, Welcome to Meadowside.
Access to the holiday bungalows is off the A4139 coast road between the villages of Jameston and Hodgeston, some 6 miles from the picturesque walled town of Tenby.
Central to both beach and countryside, Meadowside Holiday Bungalows is the ideal base from which to explore this most beautiful of National parks.
www.meadowside2000.co.uk   (146 words)

 Trenewydd Farm | Trenewydd Farm Holiday Cottages, St. Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire.
Whether it’s an evening stroll or a day’s walk, you are sure to be rewarded with superb scenery and perhaps a glimpse of a seal, a dolphin, or one of the rare sea birds that visit the secluded coves and beaches that abound on this coastline.
Both feature spring flowering shrubs such as Camellias, Azaleas and Rhododendrons and later on in September and October their autumn colours are fabulous.
Our acid soil and mild coastal climate combine to make Pembrokeshire an ideal location for such gardens and many of our visitors take home a rare or unusual plant as a souvenir of their holiday.
www.cottages-wales.com   (938 words)

 Pembrokeshire Housing Online - Haverfordwest based Housing Association (RSL)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pembrokeshire Housing is the largest housing association in the county with approximately 1500 homes for rent to families, single people and people with special needs.
Background information about Pembrokeshire Housing, details of New Homes and current vacancies.
Keep up to date with what is going on, with news and events from Pembrokeshire Housing.
www.pembs-ha.co.uk   (193 words)

 Pembrokeshire Chamber of Commerce
The membership is structured on a regional basis with equal representation on the Board from all four of the economic regions defined by the Welsh Assembly.
Pembrokeshire currently has two Board members: Mike Neal, nominated by the Pembrokeshire Chamber of Commerce, and Richard Rowell, nominated by the Pembrokeshire Association of Chambers of Commerce and Trade.
They need the support of all Chambers in the area and would welcome the opportunity to hear your views in order to carry forward the opinions of business in Pembrokeshire, to both the national and regional level of Chamber Wales.
www.pembrokeshire.org /story3.htm   (568 words)

 Organic Holidays in Pembrokeshire
Dyffryn Isaf is a small organic farm in a very quiet valley in rural Pembrokeshire.
We are located in easy reach of Tenby, St David's and Cardigan and you can explore the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Preseli Hills from here.
Come with us on a walk in the Preseli Mountains, a walk to the Pembrokeshire coast, or a local walk just here from our farm.
www.pembrokeshire-organic-holidays.co.uk   (244 words)

 Familia: Pembrokeshire County Council
Pembrokeshire census returns are located at the Pembrokeshire Record Office
Francis Green Collection: consists of 35 volumes of wills and notes compiled at the turn of the century by the above-named local historian, relating to the prominent families of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
The collection is mainly typescript (bound volumes) but also includes sheet pedigrees (manuscript) and newspaper cuttings.
www.familia.org.uk /services/wales/pembrokes.html   (218 words)

 Pembrokeshire tourist information holiday accommodation, activities, attractions, historic sites - www.TouristNetUK.com ...
From this page you can follow the links to Pembrokeshire holiday accommodation, activities, attractions, historic sites, travel information, and general tourism info for the area.
Probably most famous as the source of the "blue stone" taken from the Preseli Hills 4000 years ago by our forefathers to create the inner sanctum of Britain's best known ancient monument - Stonehenge.
Relics of mining and other industries can still be seen and the county's museums offer a fascinating insight into the events that have shaped modern-day life in this lovely corner of Wales.
www.touristnetuk.com /wa/pembs   (272 words)

 Self Catering Accommodation Pembrokeshire - Canina Holidays   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Canina is a spacious, rural, self catering cottage on the edge of the small village of Ludchurch, Pembrokeshire which is situated 4 miles south of the town of Narberth.
We are only a 5 minute drive from the Blue flag beach at Amroth and 15 minutes from the resort of Tenby.
We know that Self catering accommodation isn't always appropriate and often people prefer a Bed and Breakfast service and we have this available within our main property if this is what you would prefer.
www.caninaholidays.co.uk   (176 words)

 Pembrokeshire snippets [2]
However, this obscures the fact that viable slate quarrying industries existed elsewhere in Wales, and for the purpose of this exercise, in north Pembrokeshire, namely, along the north facing coast of the county, in the Preselau mountains, along the border with Carmarthenshire, and in the Cilgerran area of the lower Teifi valley.
The letters between John Roberts and his brother [somewhere in Pembrokeshire] seem to suggest that the quarry being discussed was on the north western coast of the county.
The result of these circumstances is, that the Pembrokeshire collier differs but little in any respect from the agricultural labourer, and his gains but little exceed the payment for work on the surface off the ground.
home.clara.net /tirbach/HelpPagepearlsPEM2.html   (9122 words)

 Ship Wrecks of West Wales
If you would like to help us discover the many that have yet been found, then we have a members section that you might be interested in, free diving special days running monthly.
The Pembrokeshire coastline is riddled with wrecks, being in the main shipping line from the South for vessels heading Northwards.
Dive Pembrokeshire have special wreck discovery weeks for the more adventures diver.
www.dive-pembrokeshire.com /wreck.html   (1764 words)

 Delfryn Main Page
Book one of our cottages and enjoy a holiday in Pembrokeshire exploring the St Davids Peninsula, renowned for its beautiful beaches, coves, harbours, cliff walks and the magnificent, medieval St Davids Cathedral and Bishop's Palace.
Being set within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, botanists, bird watchers and naturalists of all types, will enthuse at the diversity of the flora and fauna discovering a pilgrimage into nature comparable to the historically religious one.
The surrounding seas provide a plethora of water based activities including fishing, surfing, sailing, coasteering, diving, kayaking and rock climbing.
www.strogi.demon.co.uk   (288 words)

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