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Conservation St Davids Airfield, where Halifax engines once roared, is now a special place for a rich variety of plants and animals. There are two special habitats on the airfield: traditional hay meadow and heathland. davids, airfield, skylarks, meadow, sssi, heathland,

Military History St Davids Airfield was the last of eight built in Pembrokeshire and was operational during World War II. Unlike the other airfields, it remained in use after the war to support the Royal Navy. In the mid-1990s the Government decided it was surplus to requirements and in 1997 it was bought by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. davids, airfield, world, military, history,

St Davids Airfield A former military air base that is a far more peaceful place today, with skylarks in spring and a heath and wetland of national importance davids, airfield, skylark, meadows,