WOLFSCASTLE village is situated to the north of Treffgarne Gorge, a strategic spot through which the road, rail and river all pass, connecting north and south Pembrokeshire. The castle which gives the village its name is a motte and bailey fortification dating from the 12th century, possibly constructed within a much earlier Iron Age fort. There is a war memorial in the village churchyard at Ford.
Garn Turne Rocks (SM 978273): A searchlight battery was stationed here during WWII. Few traces are now discernable.
The war memorial in the churchyard at Wolfscastle.
Sealyham Woods: A WWII Auxiliary unit had its hide in Sealyham Woods. This ‘Secret Army’ of specially-trained local men wore Home Guard uniform with special distinguishing flashes and all ranks carried a pistol. Each unit comprised a handful of men trained in sniping, the use of plastic explosives etc, and in the event of a German invasion they would have acted as a Resistance force operating behind enemy lines. No doubt several local quarrymen, experienced in blasting techniques, would have been recruited.