Pembroke Castle is one of the largest castles in Wales. It was not a royal castle but the possession of a private lord - his residence and the administrative centre of his territories. The Castle occupies a strong position high on a ridge between two tidal inlets. Its fortifications were extended throughout its history and it displays stonework from many periods. The dominant feature of Pembroke Castle is the massive round Keep, built soon after 1200. Its walls are 19 feet thick at the base and the Keep rises to 75 feet in height. Inside the Castle there are tableaux depicting mediaeval life within its walls including copies of costumes, furniture, tableware, wall hangings and other artefacts found locally. Displays interpreting the history of the site from other periods are also to be found amongst its many complete towers.
Pembrokeshire College has been offering Glamorgan validated courses since 1992. The College is located at Pembrokeshire, UK and comprises of nearly 21,496 students. It is the countys largest provider of a wide range of post 16 education, training, and other services. The various departments available at the College include teaching;art;design;media and performance;business management;computing information technology;construction;electrical and electronics engineering;sports science;health and counselling;agriculture;animal care;conservation;equine;marine biology;marine engineering;hairdressing;beauty;and travel and tourism, etc.
From the fast thrills of Oakwood to close up animal experiences of Anna Ryder-Richardons Manor House Wildlife Park.
Only Minutes away from Pembroke Castle, Birthplace of King Henry VII of England and famous Carew Castle and it's beautiful millponds.
Almost 200 miles of picturesque coastline that passes 58 beaches and 14 harbours. The variety of landscapes makes every mile unique. With north, west and south facing coasts, the views are always changing.