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Manorbier Range military heritage tour offers public rare access

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) is giving members of the public a rare opportunity to visit Manorbier Range and find out how military training takes place in a heritage and conservation site within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The National Park Authority and MOD will be conducting a joint guided tour on Tuesday 15 August at 10am, offering a fascinating insight into Wales’ military heritage and the use of this Military Training Estate.


The tour will include a close-up view of the Banshee, an aerial target used on the Manorbier Range.​

Ranger Lynne Houlston said: “The guided tours have proved very popular over the past ten years as this area is normally out of bounds to the public.

“Please be aware that numbers are restricted so book early to avoid disappointment. The tour will not be suitable for children under the age of 16 and dogs are not permitted on the Range.”

The tour will include a presentation by Warrant Officer James Edwards on the military history and use of Manorbier since its creation in 1938.

This will be followed by a close-up view of the Banshee, the aerial target used on the Range.

The tour will include a close-up view of the Banshee, an aerial target used on the Manorbier Range.
A short walk around the Range, led by the National Park Authority Ranger Lynne Houlston and Polly Groom of CADW will bring the visit to a close.

For further details and to book a place please contact Lynne Houlston on 01646 662213 or 07866 771188.

Published 08 August 2017


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