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Old 11th Aug 2019, 9:47 pm   #61
Phil G4SPZ
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Pembrokeshire, Wales
Ceredigion actually, not Pembrokeshire

Edit: Whoops I just noticed the date on the original post - I'm only 10 years late with the correction!
I stand corrected! But crikey, was it ten years ago that I last visited? Haven’t some Welsh county boundaries been reorganised in that time? I really must go again...
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Old 11th Aug 2019, 10:58 pm   #62
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The museum of Internal Fire, which is well worth visiting, is indeed in Ceredigion, the border with Pembrokeshire is several miles south at the town of Cardigan, just cross the bridge and you are in Pembrokeshire.
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