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Sennybridge Training Area (SENTA), Mynydd Eppynt, Powys, Wales, Britain

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Location Category ID: 3830
Added to Database: 18 February 2012
Last Edited: 19 February 2012
Address: Mynydd Eppynt, Powys LD2
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Official Website: MOD
Other Links: Wikipedia
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Latitude, Longitude: 52.051944 , -3.558889
Location Accuracy: 7
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Sennybridge Training Area lies just outside the Brecon Beacon National Park to the north west of the county town of Brecon, covering an area of 12,144 hectares of land in Mid Wales within the counties of Powys and Carmarthenshire. Sennybridge is the MOD’s third largest training area and is used 350 days a year. Although used for artillery firing, it has increasingly been used for infantry training since the School of Infantry moved to Brecon.

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February 2009

FIBUA Training Village, photo by G. Horn
1: FIBUA Training Village, photo by G. Horn

Taken: 21 February 2009
Contributor: Geograph
Location Photo ID: 671
Added: 19 February 2012
Views: 75
Has Priority: 0
    

    

    

February 2008

No Go Area: The sign with the red flag flying at the entrance to the Sennybridge military training area effectively means no access to the upper Nant Bran valley today, photo and caption by D. Pinnieger
2: No Go Area: The sign with the red flag flying at the ent...

Taken: 13 February 2008
Contributor: Geograph
Location Photo ID: 672
Added: 19 February 2012
Views: 106
Has Priority: 0