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The local area guide to living in Fishguard

Fishguard is one of the main shopping towns in North Pembrokeshire. While small, it does boast a huge number of amenities – especially when compared to the surrounding towns. There are shops, schools, supermarkets, a cinema and much more. The majority of these amenities can be found in the main town, home to all the new and modern developments.

The town is popular among tourists, but it’s a great place to live too. With Pembrokeshire voted as the second best coastal destination in the world, according to National Geographic magazine, who wouldn’t want to call a Pembrokeshire town home?

Information about the local residents

The latest census data reveals details on the demographics of Fishguard and Goodwick as a community. Together, they had a population of 5,043 in 2001 and this rose to 5,407 in 2011. The residents here tend to have a strong Welsh identity. Census data revealed that 57.9% of residents had a Welsh only identity and 85.2% had no English identity. Furthermore, 22% of the population could speak welsh, compared to an average of 19.2% in Pembrokeshire and 19% in Wales.

Of those of working age, almost 60% were in some form of employment – whether that was full-time work, part-time work, or as a self-employed person. There was also higher than average number of people who had retired – with one fifth of Fishguard and Goodwick’s population being retirees. When it comes to occupation, Skilled Trade Occupations took the lead, with 17.9% being employed in this area. Other popular occupation categories included Caring, Leisure and Other Service Occupations and Elementary Occupations.

Nearby schools

Despite being relatively small, there are a number of schools that fall into the Fishguard area of Pembrokeshire. Community primary schools include Ysgol Bro Ingli, Ysgol Glannau Gwaun, and Goodwick Community School - Ysgol Bro Ingli being a popular choice. With an Estyn-assessed performance rating of “good”, the school, which is situated in Newport, near Fishguard, serves the local area and nearby villages. There were 106 pupils on role at the time of the last inspection.

The local secondary school is Ysgol Bro Gwaun. At the end of 2015, a proposed development was announced to see the school get a £10.5 million pound investment. The school offers education for 11-18 year olds and is a mixed comprehensive. At the time of its last inspection, in 2012, there were 621 pupils on roll.

Getting around

Whether you drive your own car or rely on public transportation, you’ll be sorted when it comes to travelling in and around the area. As one of the major towns in Fishguard, the town is relatively well connected but is still an hour beyond the end of the M4. For travel further afield, many residents here tend to rely on the local buses and trains, which offer quick and convenient transportation to major hotspots in Wales and beyond.

Trains run from Fishguard Train Station and offer transportation through to Cardiff and Swansea. The train services are run by Arriva Trains Wales and are limited to certain times and certain days. The bus services here offer more comprehensive travel and connect Haverfordwest and Cardigan into the rest of Wales. There’s also a coastal minibus service, which is popular among the residents here.

Local shops

Fishguard has the best selection of shops in North Pembrokeshire. While it’s not home to all your usual big brands, there are plenty of shops to explore. For your food shopping, head to one of the independent grocery stores in the town or nearby Goodwick, such as Gwaun Valley Meats or Fishguard Farmers Market. There’s also a Co-operative Food in the town and a Tesco Express nearby. The town also has its own market, held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

For all your other shopping needs, just head into town. While you won’t find extravagant malls, you will find a lovely selection of independent, family-run shops. Whether you’re looking for presents for the family, jewellery for yourself, or furniture for your home, you’ll find it here. There are also hairdressers, beauticians, cafes and takeaways to further complement every one of your needs.

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