Pembrey

Pembrey (Welsh: Pen-bre) is a village in Carmarthenshire Wales, situated between Burry Port and Kidwelly, overlooking Carmarthen Bay.

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Pembrey - Transport
... Actually located in Burry Port, Pembrey and Burry Port railway station is on the West Wales line with regular services to Cardiff and twice-daily to London ... Pembrey Airport has no scheduled services but provides facilities for visiting private and corporate aircraft, including executive jets, Pembrey Airport is one of the most military active civil airport ...
A484 Road
... Llanelli and traverses near the south coast of Carmarthen Bay until it reaches Pembrey ... After Pembrey, the road bears northwards and continues in a northerly direction towards Carmarthen ... served by the road include Cadle, Swansea Loughor Bynea Llanelli Pwll Burry Port Pembrey Mynyddygarreg Llandyfaelog Idole Cwmffrwd Carmarthen Tanerdy ...
Pembrey Country Park - See Also
... WWT National Wetlands Centre Millennium Coastal Park Pembrey Circuit Pembrey Airport Court Farm, Pembrey ...
John Cripps Pembrey Jnr - Biography
... John Cripps Pembrey Jnr was born in Oxford, son of John Cripps Pembrey Snr and Sophia Wells ... in 1863 and they went on to have seven children, one of whom, Marcus Seymour Pembrey, became a notable lecturer and researcher in physiology and a Fellow of the Royal Society ... Persondata Name Pembrey, John Cripps, Jr Alternative names Short description Date of birth 28 December 1831 Place of birth Date of death 1 May 1918 Place of death ...
ROF Pembrey
... A World War I explosive factory, which was to be later known as NEF Pembrey was built, by Nobel's Explosives, with British Government approval, near the village of Pembrey ... The same site was used in World War II to build another explosive factory ROF Pembrey, which also made TNT ... The site was connected to the Great Western Railway at Pembrey ...