Mill Pond Circular Walk (Pembroke)

Mill Pond Circular

Pembroke Mill Pond was divided in two by a railway embankment in the mid 19th century and a walk around the two halves affords very different but interesting experiences. The eastern sector teems with  fascinating flora and fauna whilst the western section lies at the heart of medieval Pembroke which is dominated by the Norman Castle.

How to get there

Walking: The Foundry on the Commons is a short walk from Pembroke town centre.

Bus: 333, 349, 356, 357, 358, 362, 387, and 388 - these all serve Pembroke. Alight at East End Square. www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/bustimetables - There is also a  Bus map for Pembrokeshire showing all available routes.

Train: Nearest station is at Pembroke. National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484 950  www.nationalrail.co.uk

Road Map: www.multimap.com Search for "Pembroke".

Parking: There is a small, free car park The Foundry.

Refreshments / Toilets: These are available throughout Pembroke town centre, which is only a few hundred metres from The Foundry.

 

Walk overview

Start / Finish: The Foundry, The Commons, Pembroke

Distance: 3.1 miles (5kms) - 1½ hours (approx)

Terrain: A broad mix of tarmaced minor road, lanes and paths plus gravel paths and wooden walkways. Most of this walk is easily accessible, especially the town section of the Mill Pond.

Stiles: 0
Gates: 1
Steps: 6
Bridges 1
Car Park: 1
Views: 5

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ID: 33 Revised: 10/2/2011