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The Welsh coastline is a place where historical tragedies sit alongside natural beauty and recreational activities. Jackie Jones sat down with Ports, Past and Present to share her love for sea swimming in this secluded bay on the Pembrokeshire coastline which is also the location of dramatic outcomes of the Great Storm of 1859 on the village and people of Cwm yr eglwys.

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