Pembrokeshire is a large, rural county in South West Wales. It has a varied coastline that runs from Amroth in the south up to St Dogmaels in the north of the county with the Preseli Hills situated in between. Many of the communities in the north of the county are predominantly welsh speaking with the English-speaking groups mainly in the south and west.

The main industries are agriculture, tourism and the LNG and Oil Refineries. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park protects areas of the mainland, the islands and the marine environment. Pembrokeshire is home to a number of important heritage sites from Neolithic monuments to Medieval Castles and Twentieth Century hangars for the building and maintenance of the Sunderland seaplanes.

This website has been created to provide information about and for the halls within Pembrokeshire.