No Firing at Pembroke 6th - 21st April = Accessby Jack Geldard and Steve Quinton Apr/2013
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Many of the cliffs are subject to access restrictions due to them being on military land. We now have news from Steve Quinton that there is no firing between the 6th of April and the 21st, meaning that access will be open to the popular Range East area each day, and for those that have attended a briefing to allow them in to Range West, access will be available there too.
Steve would like to mention a thanks to Lynne Houlston (National Park/MoD ranger) for the info.
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