Day: June 24, 2019

Western Cleddau

Daucleddau.

The rivers of Pembrokeshire The county is divided by the double arms of the Cleddau and the Carew and Cresswell rivers – meaning two swords the Cleddau  and its banks are one of Pembrokeshire’s best kept secrets. With steeply wooded banks and many inlets and creeks, known as pills, the river provides tranquil shelter for […]

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