Templeton Airfield Interior Circular Walk

Templeton Airfield

Templeton Airfield was one of a number of airfields constructed in Pembrokeshire as part of the UK's defences during WWII - Milford Haven was an important port that needed  protection. Although no buildings remain, the runways can still be seen and give an idea of the size of the airfield. These days the main activity is sheep grazing!

Set in the middle of typical Pembrokeshire landscape this walk, which is part of Pembrokeshire County Council's multi-user route, is fairly flat with the majority of surfaces being stone or tarmac, with some grassland. It is therefore suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Ideal for families with, perhaps, small bikes and push chairs as well as older persons who like easy, none too strenuous walks.


How to get there

Walking: The walk begins and ends by the storage centre at Thomas Chapel crossroads, south west of Templeton.

Bus: 381 (Tenby-Haverfordwest-Tenby via Saundersfoot, Kilgetty and Narberth) - alight at the Boar's Head public house and walk to the start point. www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/bustimetables

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

Road Map: www.multimap.com Search for "Templeton, Pembrokeshire".

Parking: There is a small parking area outside the storage centre perimeter where the walk begins and ends.

Refreshments: There a café, and a public house in Templeton.

 

 

Walk overview

Start / Finish: Thomas Chapel crossroads.

Distance: 2.6 miles (4.2 kilometres), 1 hour

Terrain: This is a relatively easy short route across stone paths, tarmac and grass. As part of the multi-user route, it is accessible to persons of all ages and abilities.

Stiles: 0
Gates: 3
Steps: 0
Bridges: 0
Car Park: 1
Views: several

 

 

 

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ID: 35 Revised: 20/6/2012