The parish of Freystrop consists of 1.637 acres, including 6 acres of tidal water and 30 acres of foreshore. The soil is chiefly clay, best suited to growing oats and barley but potatoes are a popular local crop too.
To the north, the parish begins near Mayfield Golf Course, at Culvert Bridge, taking in Lower Freystrop where there is a post box, bus stop and church. Almost exactly two miles from Haverfordwest, the main village of Freystrop is announced. The southern boundary of the parish is at Troopers Inn. Cranham Farm marks the extreme west boundary whilst the river Cleddau at Little Milford, denotes the eastern limit.
Freystrop Village Hall stands beside the main road whilst the community’s playing field and children’s play ground is along Targate Road. There is a bus shelter and public telephone on the junction with the main road. The Main Hall is suitable for functions with a capacity of 100 (at tables) or 150 (as audience). There is a stage, toilets, kitchen facilities and parking for up to twelve cars.
The Village Hall and Playing Field Management Committee are a dedicated group who take responsibility for ensuring that the Village Hall has all the required licenses.
An Entertainment Committee organises dances and residents enjoy an annual fete and strawberry tea. The hall is used for short mat bowls, line dancing, yoga lessons as well as by the local W.I. and a Craft Group. It is also available for private hire at competitive rates.
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