Julia Horton Powdrill with a mine
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Seaweed forager's WWI mine find on Pembrokeshire beach

A woman foraging for seaweed on a beach in Pembrokeshire has found what is believed to be mines from World War I.

Julia Horton-Powdrill was walking along Caerfai beach near St Davids when she noticed something out of the ordinary during low tide.

She told BBC Radio Wales' Oliver Hides she was taken aback with what she had discovered.

Seaweed forager finds war mines

  • 04 Feb 2013
  • From the section Wales