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Land of Legends: Fishguard

Now a major ferry port and gateway to Pembrokeshire, Fishguard was the site of the ‘Last Invasion of Britain’ more than 200 years ago.​

Carregwastad Point.
Carregwastad Point near Fishguard.

​The Last Invasion
A story of how one local woman armed with a pitchfork single-handedly saved Fishguard from French invaders.
🔊 The Last Invasion (click link to download audio file).
📖 The Last Invasion (click link to download story PDF).


Walk in the legendary landscape:
🚶 Fishguard Fort (Wheelchair Walk) (click link to download walk PDF).
🚶 Goodwick Parrog West (click link to download walk PDF).