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Walkers will have a chance to experience Neyland tomorrow, Sunday May 25, as part of a county-wide walking festival.

The four-mile route will leave the Ferry Inn, Llanstadwell, at 10am passing Neyland promenade to Brunel chandlery cafe.

Organised by the Brunel Festival Association, the walk is part of the Experience Pembrokeshire walking festival, which aims to show walkers the range of magnificent landscapes hidden away across the county.

There will be another opportunity to walk this route on May 31, and on May 30 there will be a 5.2-mile coastal walk around the Marloes peninsula, costing £5 a head.

Starting at 10am, it will be a chance to experience views across St Brides Bay, Skomer Island and Marloes Sands and enjoy coast path flowers, seabirds and history of the area.

For more information about the festival, visit

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