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Lamphey is a community, parish and village near the south coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales, approximately 2mi east of the historic town of Pembroke, and 2mi north of the seaside village of Freshwater East. The 2011 census reported a population of 843.The village includes the fourteenth-century ruins of Lamphey Bishop's Palace; a palace of the Bishop of St David's.Church of St Tyfai and St FaithThe parish church, dedicated to St Tyfai (or Tyfie) and St Faith, is medieval in origin but was largely rebuilt in 1869–71 by the architect Ewan Christian. The fine tower is thirteenth or fourteenth century. In the chancel a piscina and two lancet windows date from the thirteenth century, but have been repositioned. The font is Norman.Notable landmarksSeveral Georgian-era buildings remain, including the guesthouse, Lower Lamphey Park on the Ridgeway. The village has two hotels/restaurants, The Dial public house, a primary school, a service station with a shop, a hairdressers, and a local bakery which has served the community for generations. There are playing fields. The village hall, with a capacity of 120 people, was completed in 2007.
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