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Application Forms and Fees Planning Application Forms and Fees. Planning legislation covers a number of different forms of development for which formal approval is required. planning, application, forms, fees, calculator, householder,

Coast Path Accommodation Information on accommodation in Pembrokeshire can also be found by contacting a Tourist Information Centre in the area you wish to stay, or the Visit Wales website and/or Pembrokeshire County Council's Tourism webiste Visit Pembrokeshire. accommodation, tent, camping, hotels, staying, overnight, guest, houseath,

How to build a roundhouse The roundhouses at Castell Henllys were built using a vast range of materials including timber of many types and sizes, reed, clay, dung (daub), twine and rope. roundhouses, timber, reed, clay, dung, (daubwine, rope, wattle,

Iron Age Pembrokeshire A brief look at the influence that Iron Age people had upon the area, and the signs they left in the landscape iron, hill, forts, promontory, hill, forts, roundhouses, castell, henllys, foel, drygarn, skomer,

Land of Legends: Castell Henllys Step back in time and experience life in the Iron Age. Many myths and legends would have been told around the fire in hill forts such as this.​ castell, henllys, story, legend, wise, fool, fire, mabinogion, folk, magic, potion, ceridwen, gwion, roundhouse,

Permitted Development Some building works of a minor nature can be carried out without the need to obtain planning permission - this is called "permitted development". The rules governing "permitted development" can change from time to time and it is always advisable to seek advice before carrying out any changes. permitted, development, house, holder, alterations, extensions, rule,

Recent History Hugh Foster bought the site in the 1970s and invited archaeologist Harold Mytum to excavate the hill fort. Once the roundhouses had been excavated they were rebuilt using Iron Age materials, which improved our understanding of how the roundhouses were constructed. recent, history, hugh, foster, chieftains, roundhouse, excavate,

Tudor Pembrokeshire A brief description of Pembrokeshire from 1885 to 1603 tudor, carew, castle, john, perrot, rhys, thomas, great, tournament, tudor, merchant's, house,

What’s here? Castell Henllys Iron Age Village is set within thirty acres of beautiful woodland and river meadows in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. castell, henllys, wildlife, roundhouse, barefoot, trail, visitor, centre, cafe, play, picnic, friendly,