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      • Haverfordwest was believed to have been a Danish settlement prior to the Norman conquest of West Wales in 1093/94. The Flemish settled in the area in 1108 to protect the main Norman stronghold at Pembroke Castle from Welsh raiders from the north. Haverfordwest Castle, painted in 1794
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  2. Haverfordwest is the county town of Pembrokeshire, Wales, and the most populous urban area in Pembrokeshire with a population of 12,042 in 2011, though its community boundaries made it the second-most-populous settlement in the county, with 10,812 people. The suburbs include the former parish of Prendergast, Albert Town and the residential and industrial areas of Withybush. Haverfordwest is located in a strategic position, being at the lowest crossing point of the Western Cleddau prior to the op

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  3. Haverfordwest (/ˌhævərfərdˈwɛst/; Welsh: Hwlffordd [ˈhʊlfɔrð]) is the county town of Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is the most populous urban area in Pembrokeshire. In 2001, 13,367 people lived there. Its community boundaries made it the second-most populous settlement in the county, with 10,812 people. The suburbs include the former parish of Prendergast, Albert Town and the residential and industrial areas of Withybush (housing, retail parks, hospital, airport and showground).

  4. Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest ( walisisch: Hwlffordd) ist ein Ort mit Marktrecht im Südwesten von Wales und seit der Dyfed -Reorganisierung von 1996 der Verwaltungssitz der Grafschaft Pembrokeshire . Die Stadt ist Zentrum der landwirtschaftlich geprägten Umgebung sowie Fremdenverkehrsort in der Nähe des Pembrokeshire-Coast-Nationalparks.

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    Haverfordwest Rural District was a rural district in the administrative county of Pembrokeshire, Wales from 1894 to 1974, covering an area in the west of the county. It surrounded, but did not include, the town of Haverfordwest after which it was named.

    The district had its origins in the Haverfordwest Poor Law Union, which had been created in 1837, covering Haverfordwest itself and a large surrounding rural area. A workhouse to serve the union was built on the southern edge of Haverfordwest in 1837–1839, later being called Priory Mount and St Thomas Hospital. In 1872 sanitary districts were estab...

    Until the 1965 the council was based at 8–10 Picton Place in Haverfordwest. In 1965 the council built itself a new headquarters called Cambria House at Salutation Square, at the eastern end of Picton Place.

    Haverfordwest Rural District was abolished under the Local Government Act 1972, merging with other nearby districts to become Preseli District. The former Haverfordwest Rural District Council offices at Cambria House subsequently served as the main offices of Preseli District Council throughout that council's existence. Following the re-establishme...

  5. Haverfordwest. Del av Haverfordwest. / 51.8026; -4.9719. Haverfordwest ( kymriska: Hwlffordd) är en stad och community i sydvästra Wales. Det är den administrativa huvudorten för kommunen Pembrokeshire. Tätorten, som även sträcker sig in i Merlin's Bridge community, har 14 596 invånare (2011) [ 1], medan communityn har 12 042 invånare ...

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