Fishguard and Goodwick

Milford Mercury:

12:04pm Thursday 23rd November 2006

Fishguard and neighbouring Goodwick are said to have derived their names from the Vikings, who were frequent visitors to this part of the coast.

Haverfordwest

Milford Mercury:

12:03pm Thursday 23rd November 2006

At the heart of Pembrokeshire lies the welcoming and attractive county town of Haverfordwest.

Milford Haven

Milford Mercury:

12:01pm Thursday 23rd November 2006

Milford Haven's waterway, is a drowned valley which Nelson described as the finest harbour in the world with the possible exception of Trincomalee.

Narberth

Milford Mercury:

11:51am Thursday 23rd November 2006

There's always something going on in Narberth, a busy, hospitable town with a strong sense of community.

Newport and Nevern

Milford Mercury:

11:50am Thursday 23rd November 2006

The attractive small town of Newport was once a Norman settlement in the heart of the Welshry. Its history dates back to prehistoric times as is evident in the stone tombs or cromlechs at Pentre Ifan.

Neyland

Milford Mercury:

11:49am Thursday 23rd November 2006

The history of the South Wales Railway is inseparable from that of Neyland, whose origins date back to April 1856 when the railway opened in the small town, which at that point had fewer than 200 inhabitants.

Pembroke & Pembroke Dock

Milford Mercury:

11:48am Thursday 23rd November 2006

The town of Pembroke was built around its impressive Norman castle which still dominates the skyline today.

Saundersfoot

Milford Mercury:

11:47am Thursday 23rd November 2006

With its compact shopping centre, ample seafront parking and easily accessible amenities, Saundersfoot remains one of the most popular seaside resorts in the south of the county.

St Davids

Milford Mercury:

11:44am Thursday 23rd November 2006

The smallest city in Great Britain takes its name from the Patron Saint of Wales and is one of the most visited places in the county.

Tenby

Milford Mercury:

11:15am Thursday 23rd November 2006

Tenby has a multi-faceted charm in its proud role as the jewel in the Pembrokeshire crown. Its appeal extends through every season and its attractions welcome every age group.

Tenby - jewel in the crown

Milford Mercury:

7:01pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

Tenby has a multi-faceted charm in its proud role as the jewel in the Pembrokeshire crown. Its appeal extends through every season and its attractions welcome every age group. Whether you seek peace and quiet, fun on the beaches or in the water, a slice of history, a shopping spree or an evening sampling pubs and restaurants, Tenby has it all.

St Davids - capital city of the north

Milford Mercury:

7:00pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

The smallest city in Great Britain takes its name from the Patron Saint of Wales and is one of the most visited places in the county.

Saundersfoot - the popular choice

Milford Mercury:

6:59pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

With its compact shopping centre, ample seafront parking and easily accessible amenities, Saundersfoot remains one of the most popular seaside resorts in the south of the county.

Pembroke - ancient and modern

Milford Mercury:

6:59pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

The town of Pembroke was built around its impressive Norman castle which still dominates the skyline today. The fortress, dating back to 1090 was the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty and victor at the battle of Bosworth.

Neyland - Brunel's railway town

Milford Mercury:

6:58pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

The history of the South Wales Railway is inseparable from that of Neyland, whose origins date back to April 1856 when the railway opened in the small town, which at that point had fewer than 200 inhabitants.

Newport - Celtic stronghold

Milford Mercury:

6:57pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

The attractive small town of Newport was once a Norman settlement in the heart of the Welshry. Its history dates back to prehistoric times as is evident in the stone tombs or cromlechs at Pentre Ifan.

Narberth - legendary attractions

Milford Mercury:

6:57pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

There's always something going on in Narberth, a busy, hospitable town with a strong sense of community. Standing in the heart of the Landsker Borderlands - the legendary line between the Welsh and English territories - Narberth is a great centre for exploring.

Milford Haven - a wonder of the world

Milford Mercury:

6:55pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

Milford Haven's waterway, is a drowned valley which Nelson described as the finest harbour in the world with the possible exception of Trincomalee.

Haverfordwest - at the heart of the county

Milford Mercury:

6:54pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

At the heart of Pembrokeshire lies the welcoming and attractive county town of Haverfordwest. As well as being an ideal base for exploring the county, the former market town is also a charming place to visit in its own right.

Fishguard - a mecca for invaders

Milford Mercury:

6:53pm Saturday 22nd April 2006

Fishguard and neighbouring Goodwick are said to have derived their names from the Vikings, who were frequent visitors to this part of the coast. The sheltered harbour at Lower Town was a bustling little cargo port with a fishing industry which made it famous from Elizabethan times for its herrings. The local people were widely known as Sgadan Abergwaun (Fishguard herrings) and the local comprehensive school still features the herring in its badge.






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