View of St. Mary's church, Herbrandston
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|Post town||MILFORD HAVEN|
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Herbrandston is a village, parish and community on the north side of the River Cleddau, in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is located to the west of Milford Haven and Hakin and east of St Ishmael's. Before 1960 and the building of the ESSO oil refinery, the village only had a population of 200; as infrastructure grew, so did the population. The size of the village increased within a matter of years, as housing estates associated with the refinery were built. The village has a population of 397, 15 per cent of which is Welsh-speaking.
St Mary's church in the village contains a worn effigy of what appears to be a 14th-century knight holding a sword. Its tower has two levels; the third level, which contained battlements, was removed between 1740 and 1770. The village green was the site of an annual Hiring Fair, held on 12 August.
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- Lewis, Samuel (1849). A Topographical History of Wales. pp. 411–418.
- Milford Haven Walks, PLANED, 2005
- "BBC News - Thankful Villages". BBC. Retrieved 11 November 2011.
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- Hume, Colette (8 November 2018). "Wales' two 'doubly thankful' villages". BBC News. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
- Herbrandston travel guide from Wikivoyage