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Regretfully the Pembroke meet this weekend is cancelled due to lack of interest and unencouraging weather.
A camping / climbing meet at Porthclais Campsite, St David's Head.
Pembroke North offers a huge selection of quality climbs in all grades, and remember that it is a little less than one hour's drive to the car parks of St Govans and Stack Rocks above the more populated South Pembroke white stuff.