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Pembrokeshire Quiz Questions

  1. Pembrokeshire County Council's headquarters are in which county town?
  2. Britain's smallest city is in the county of Pembrokeshire, can you name it?
  3. Which large village called Llanusyllt in Welsh is near Tenby?
  4. Megafobia is a wooden roller coaster located at which theme park?
  5. In 2014 The Guardian newspaper called were in Pembrokeshire "not only a gastronomic hub for west Wales but also one of the liveliest, most likeable little towns in the UK"?
  6. Where was Admiral Horatio Nelson visiting when he described it as "the finest port in Christendom"?

  7. The English-speaking areas in the south of Pembrokeshire are often given what four word description?
  8. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park was established as a National Park in the early part of which decade?
  9. On which range of hills in north Pembrokeshire would you find the Bluestone monument?
  10. Which island off the coast of Pembrokeshire is known for its Atlantic puffin colony, the largest in southern Britain?
  11. Referred to as the "last invasion of mainland Britain", Revolutionary French troops landed at Carregwastad Point near which Pembrokeshire town in 1797?
  12. Which bridge connects Neyland and Pembroke Dock via the A477 road?
  13. Which beach is backed by a large pebble bank created by a major storm in 1859?
  14. Singer David Gray was brought up in which Pembrokeshire village on the north side of St Bride's Bay?
  15. Which Norman castle is 5 miles southwest of Tenby?
  16. What name is given to the small slate quarry flooded by the the sea which has hosted one of the stages of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series?
  17. On which island do monks make perfume and chocolate?
  18. Which remote beach near Stackpole Quay, did The Good Holiday Guide once call "the best beach in Britain"?
  19. Which saint was a hermit who lived on the side of a coastal cliff near Bosherston?
  20. Which theatre is Pembrokeshire's only professional theatre venue and arts complex?
  21. Who was made Marquess of Pembroke by her fiance in 1532?


  1. Haverfordwest
  2. St Davids
  3. Saundersfoot
  4. Oakwood Theme Park
  5. Narbeth
  6. Milford Haven
  7. Little England beyond Wales
  8. 1950s (1952)
  9. The Preseli Hills, known locally as the Preseli Mountains
  10. Skomer or Skomer Island
  11. Fishguard
  12. The Cleddau Bridge
  13. Newgale
  14. Solva
  15. Manorbier Castle
  16. The Blue Lagoon
  17. Caldey Island
  18. Barafundle Bay
  19. Saint Govan
  20. Torch Theatre (in Milford Haven)
  21. Anne Boleyn (Lady Anne Boleyn, who at that time was the fiance of King Henry VIII of England)

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