The comunity of Letterston is centred on the village of that name, which in turn is centred on an important junction of two ancient trade routes.
Letterston also became a focus of the north Pembrokeshire railway network, with lines to Haverfordwest, Rosebush and – later – Trecwn converging at Letterston Junction to the north of the village.
Letterston (St Giles) Churchyard:
(SM 946298) Three burials from the Second World War can be found in the cemetery: Philip John Jenkins, Thomas Vivian Lawrence and Flight Sergeant Charles Norman Lewis were all members of local families.
20th Century Defences in Britain published by the Council for British Archaeology.
Letterston has an active local history society.
Contact: Mike Field, 01437 741556
Letterston (St Giles) Churchyard (SM 946298)