Penarth pier

Penarth Pier is one of the last remaining Victorian piers in Wales. The pier opened in February 1895 and the original structure was of cast iron with a timber deck. A wooden pavilion was added to the pier-head in 1907.

In the 1920s the pier had enhancements of a reinforced concrete landing stage and an art deco pavilion.

On August Bank Holiday Monday 1931 a fire destroyed the pier and the wooden pavilion was not replaced.

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Penarth pier 7 Day Weather Forecast

Expect a temp in the range 15.3℃ to 16.3℃ with wind speed 11.4 m/sec (SSW)
Thursday, Sep 28cloudy
Expect a temp in the range 14℃ to 15.3℃ with wind speed 12 m/sec (WSW)
Friday, Sep 29partlycloudy_night
Expect a temp in the range 13.3℃ to 14.1℃ with wind speed 4.3 m/sec (WSW)
Saturday, Sep 30partlycloudy_night
Expect a temp in the range 8.5℃ to 10℃ with wind speed 3.2 m/sec (NW)
Sunday, Oct 01lightrain
Expect a temp in the range 16.6℃ to 17.6℃ with wind speed 5.7 m/sec (SSW)
Monday, Oct 02cloudy
Expect a temp in the range 12.6℃ to 13.2℃ with wind speed 1.6 m/sec (WNW)
Tuesday, Oct 03clearsky_night
Expect a temp in the range 11.1℃ to 11.9℃ with wind speed 3.6 m/sec (W)

Penarth weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK

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