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Church of St Mary Angle

Church of St Mary Angle


Angle is a village located on a narrow peninsula on the very south-west tip of Wales in Pembrokeshire. It has two public houses, a school, post office, a castle, St Mary's church and a sandy beach to the west of the village. The nearest railway station is Pembroke, from where there is a bus link.
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Baptisms 1763-1907

Burials 1813-1993

Marriages 1765-1922


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ANGLE 1851 Census Index


Experience Angle

History of Angle

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St Marys Church Angle

Chapel Bay Fort








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 Victorian fort and museum in Pembrokeshire is opening to the public for the first time and is appealing for volunteers to help run it. Chapel Bay Fort and Museum at Angle will open on 3 April after years of restoration work. The coast artillery fort was completed in 1891 and is the earliest known fort in the world constructed in concrete. Twelve Victorian forts were built in the 19th Century to defend the Milford Haven Waterway. On display will be the biggest gun and shell in Wales; a 25-pounder gun howitzer, a 5.5 inch gun and a 10 inch, 18 ton rifled muzzle loading gun. There will also be displays on World War One, bomb disposal, artillery, small arms, the telephone exchange and the Royal Artillery forge and workshop.


Gunners manning one of the guns at Chapel Bay Fort during World War One



One of the Chapel Bay Fort's buildings after the restoration work