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UK Moving House in SA73 Boncath These UK Moving House companies are located in Boncath

Handy Moves
Company Type: Moving Checklist
Unit 53 , 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Moving House
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Moving Company
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

No added UK Moving House are located in Boncath

The following UK Moving House are the ones that we have found closest to Boncath
Company Type: Moving House
29 Marshall Rd
, SA71 4NF
Tel. 01646 683630

Preseli Removals
Company Type: Moving House
2/Tan Bank
, SA61 2QT
Tel. 01437 768522

Pembrokeshire Removals
Company Type: Moving Home
3 Tan Bank
, SA61 2QU
Tel. 01437 760319

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Rosemarket is a village and community in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

Milford Haven

Milford Haven has experienced a history of boom and slump in shipbuilding, fishing, as a railhead and an ocean terminal.[35] At the height of the fishing boom, it was said that "every day was a pay day".[48] In 1921, 674 people were identified as working in the fishing industry,[49] the leading occupation in the town, followed by transport and communication with 600 employees. The development of the oil industry also helped to boost the town's fortunes. However, the slumps have been just as severe. During the 1980s and 1990s, the unemployment rate at times topped 30%, and the major industry of oil refining created no more than 2,000 direct or indirect jobs.[10] Into the new millennium, its fortunes have risen, as can be witnessed in the activity surrounding the impending LNG terminal, and the new building works which accompany it and its connection to the controversial South Wales Gas Pipeline.[50] In February 2003, Pembrokeshire Council granted outline planning permission to Petroplus for an LNG storage depot at Waterston, and in March 2004, an additional site was approved at South Hook for ExxonMobil.[51] International tourism has also increased, with the arrival of transatlantic liners and the revenue they introduce to the town. The Port Authority is aiming to double the number of cruise ships it handles in the period to 2011.[52] The waterway transports 25% of Britain's requirement for motor fuel, and the port handled 53 million tonnes of shipping in 2008, making it the largest port in Wales, and the sixth largest in the UK.[53] There are two major commercial centres: Charles Street in the historic town centre, and the Havens Head Retail Park located at the foot of the docks area.[54]


Part of the village lies between the boundaries of the Dragon LNG terminal. The plant is expected to process between ten and twenty percent of the UK's gas supply requirement.


The derivation of the placenames (English and Welsh) is obscure[1]. The parish was originally a manor attached to St David's and it formed a detached part of the Hundred of Dungleddy. It is close to the Pembrokeshire language frontier and was described as Welsh-speaking by George Owen in 1602, but today it is predominantly English speaking.

Templeton, Pembrokeshire

In 1282 Templeton was called Villa temparil ? the Vil or settlement of the Templars and a year later, Villa Templarorium Campestris ? the vil of the Templars in the fields. In 1283 there was also a reference to Burgesses. These burgesses were "de vento" - "of the wind" meaning they were not property owners within the settlement but were permitted to come in and out of trade on a regular basis. Burgesses at Templeton are again recorded in the 16th century.

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