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Pembrokeshire County Command is aligned to the local authority boundary of Pembrokeshire with a total population of 117,000. It is a diverse County incorporating approximately 190 miles of coastline, areas of arable lowland, scenic uplands to the north with the main centres of population along its southern corridor and coasts.
The County of Pembrokeshire is one of six that make up the area of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and the County Command Headquarters are located at Merlins Hill within the town of Tenby.
Much of the coastal area and offshore islands of Skomer, Skokholm, Ramsey and Caldey form protected nature reserves and fall within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Tourism is a prime industry across the whole of the County with particular seasonal concentrations of visitors within the resort of Tenby and its surrounding areas. Seasonal tourist influx significantly increases the population during peak visitor period with over 4.2 million visitors to the County annually.