Lamphey Bishop’s Palace, Lamphey, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire
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    Lamphey Bishop's Palace Information

    Lamphey Palace is located within the small village of Lamphey, just a short distance from the historic town of Pembroke, the birthplace of Henry VII, father of Henry VIII. The palace was established in the 13th century and as it stands, it is mainly the work of Henry de Gower, Bishop of St David’s from 1328 to 1347.

    The village itself includes an historic parish church and the place known as ‘Bishops Palace’ due to its use by the Bishops of St David’s.

     

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    7-day Weather Forecast


    Rain on Monday and next Tuesday, with high temperatures falling to 7°C next Tuesday.

    Today's Forecast
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       6%  47%   11 mph
      7:58 am    6:11 pm
    Wednesday, Oct 24th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       13%  47%   10 mph
      8:00 am    6:09 pm

    Thursday, Oct 25th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       11%  71%   7 mph
      8:02 am    6:07 pm
    Friday, Oct 26th
     Partly cloudy until evening.
     
    8
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    11
       44%  42%   21 mph
      8:04 am    6:05 pm

    Saturday, Oct 27th
     Foggy until afternoon.
     
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    8
       85%  76%   21 mph
      8:05 am    6:03 pm
    Sunday, Oct 28th
     Partly cloudy starting in the evening.
     
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    10
       36%  33%   15 mph
      7:07 am    5:01 pm

    Monday, Oct 29th
     Windy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening, and rain starting in the afternoon.
     
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    8
       99%  95%   17 mph
      7:09 am    4:59 pm
    Tuesday, Oct 30th
     Light rain and windy in the afternoon.
     
    4
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    7
       97%  100%   21 mph
      7:11 am    4:57 pm

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