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Haverfordwest town audio tour

Romans may have had a fortlet here as part of a chain of defences they set up to protect themselves and their shipments from West Wales.
 

Because of its strategic position on the Western Cleddau, Haverfordwest became a hub of trade and activity. Haverfordwest has been an important hub for Pembrokeshire since the early medieval period and remains the county town.
 

The town also has its dark side. In the 1950s, one of the last people ever to be legally hanged in the UK came from here - the case of the gruesome clay pit murders!
 

Haverfordwest has a rich history. Our audio tour will help you explore Haverfordwest - learn about its areas and landmarks as you ramble around town. But don't worry, there's also a map to help with navigation. Our tour has over an hour's worth of audio and history to listen to and enjoy.
 

You can take the route you want when exploring the town as your tour guide. Take your time, too, and stop where and when suits you! There is over an hour's worth of audio to enjoy and learn from!

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