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wideford wrote:
Ireland is taken to mean the area of Wales settled by the Irish, like when somewhere is called Little Italy or Little China

Interesting Wideford, of course Pembrokeshire has a history of Irish inflow, I have often wondered about all those cromlechs perched on cliff tops facing over the sea to the West, probably feeling homesick, though of course now the county is called 'Little England' from a different type of holiday home colonisation...

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Posted by moss
9th February 2011ce

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