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Pembroke Dock Civic Amenity And Recycling Centre

Eastern Ave, Pembroke Dock, UK

The skips are segregated for each item small electronic goods tvs metal mdf wood Green waste cardboard general waste and white goods at the end

Easy and convenient to use, well signed for different types of rubbish

Pembrokeshire Metal Recycling Ltd

29 Long Mains, Castle Quarry, Pembroke SA71 4JB, UK – 07795 002026

We Would like to thank PEMBROKESHIRE METAL RECYLING LTD on behalf of the team at Safety Guide ltd for the kind help and support the business have gave for the educational booklets going into The Monkton Priory CP School,We are always striving towards helping the children in as many ways as possible for there future... Thankyou from all the team at Safety Guide..

Windmill Hill Caravan Park, Pembroke. ( not Tenby )

St Daniel's Hill, Pembroke SA71 5BT, UK – 01646 682392

Very freindly reception from the owners of this working farm, they are always helpful. The Camping field for tents is well kept with short grass and clean and tidy. Some of the pitches offer electric. There are showers, toilets, laundry facilities etc. This is the third year that we have returned here, love it.

Went for a few days in Aug. Rang up on day and was told there was room. Didn't know how long we were staying and let us pay as we went along. Paid a day in advance one day to have a sick child that day so went home and they gave us out money back for that night. Polite, family orientated camp site. Toilets, 🚿 and even sinks with fridges. Also bits to borrow ie cooler box, plates. Laundry room with books to borrow. Main field for tents with large fields next door for overflow. Main field wasn't busy but went in overflow up the top. Lovely and quiet. 5 mins to Pembroke Dock and 15 to Angle. 20 to Tenby. Going back again next week. Would highly recommend :)

Give and get free stuff. Here you will find lots of items that people are willing to give away, for FREE! This is instead of taking them to a local landfill site. The aim of this site is to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill (20.9 million tonnes of it last year in the UK) and recycling is great news for the environment.
We all know that we need to recycle more - and this is a great way of doing it.