Pembrokeshire Coast Path Angle to Pembroke

By Yvonne Buckingham Muddy Boots

In the autumn of 2016, Bluestone’s Head of Sales, Marketing and Guest Services, Yvonne Buckingham set herself the challenge of walking the entire length of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

Yvonne has been documenting her adventure for the Bluestone blog and has so far walked from Amroth to Angle. We caught up with Yvonne to find out about the latest part of her adventures!

Well we're nearing the end of the first side of the estuary and our next section from Angle to Pembroke completed 12.3 miles, that's now 56.3 miles under our belt so only 130 miles to go!

We started at Angle and made our way around the estuary passing by the industry of power that resides within this area.

We meandered through wooded paths; wild garlic and a myriad of spring flowers, daffodils, primroses and snowdrops.

The weather held up again for us and we continued walking parallel to the estuary and through fresh green fields. We passed by crops of cabbages growing in the fields and then entered into a sea of mud which we ploughed through before we were back on dry land again meandering through wooded walks and numerous babbling brooks.

Pwllcrochan Sign
We then passed a small quirky church in Pwllcrochan an area of special scientific interest. Lunch stop was at the edge of the woods on a couple of old tractor tyres which was quirky but comfy.

Pwllcrochan Church
We then headed on towards Pembroke and finished our walk back into the town just in time before a light shower of rain.

Next time we will be crossing the estuary into Milford Haven...

Find out more about the places Yvonne will be visiting on her walk around Pembrokeshire:

Pembrokeshire Coast Path Challenge

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