Pembroke is the traditional county town of Pembrokeshire, though in the last two centuries the county's administration has been based in Haverfordwest. Originally the town was split between parishes of St Mary's and St Michael's in the ancient hundred of Castlemartin, which formed the peninsula south of the estuary of the river Cleddau flowing in to the natural harbour of Milford Haven, to the north of the town. The River Pembroke runs from east to west through the town. Pembroke St Mary's now forms the industrial base to the north west of the town, to the south bank of the Cleddau estuary, and forms the separate locality of Pembroke Dock.
This category is for sites about Pembroke St Michael's, to the parish of Stackpole to the south, and east to Lamphey.
Multiple galleries of complete weddings show a mixture of posed and reportage images. Examples of album layouts.
Managed and run by a committee of local business men and women to support the local shops and services. Lists local businesses.
Extracts for illustrated book of the inhabitants and founders of the dockyard in the nineteen century. Invites subscriptions from Otterquill Books, London.
Official local council site. Includes history of the community, information for administration, businesses, leisure activities, transport, travel and tourism.
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