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Angle, Pembrokeshire

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Angle, Pembrokeshire

Angle is a village and Community located on a narrow peninsula on the very southwest tip of Wales in Pembrokeshire. It has two public houses, a school, post office, a castle, St Mary's church and a sandy beach to the west of the village. The nearest viable rail station is Pembroke, from where there is a bus link. The Angle lifeboat received silver medals in 1878 rescuing the crew of the Loch Shiel on rocks near Thorn Island which carried cases of whisky.
Post townPembroke
Administrative CountyPembrokeshire
Traditional CountyPembrokeshire
OS GridSM8602
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
Region
CountryWales
Police AuthorityDyfed Powys
Fire and Rescue AuthorityMid and West Wales
Fire and Rescue AuthorityMid and West Wales
Ambulance AuthorityWelsh
Dialling code01646
Population240
 

Other names by which Angle, Pembrokeshire has been known in the past

Nangle

Angle, Pembrokeshire in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Angle, or Nangle, par. and vil., in co. and 9 miles W. of Pembroke, on S. side of Milford Haven, 2320 ac. and 696 foreshore, pop. 458; P.O.

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