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Pictured in front of the restored Manorbier Dovecote are Manorbier Medieval Landscape Group members David Glennerster, Bryan Turnbull, Martyn Dawes, Sue Turnbull, Janet Coleman, Joyce Kidney and National Park Authority Chairman, Cllr Mike James.
Community collaboration key to Manorbier Dovecote restoration

The Manorbier Medieval Landscape Restoration Group reached a proud moment recently completing the restoration of Manorbier Dovecote in collaboration with several organisations including the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 15 December 2014

This intrepid otter was captured on camera taking fish from a pond in by Solva resident Ella Black.
Otter spotter films fishy goings on in Solva

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has received many unusual sightings in response to its otter spotting appeal, but one intrepid animal has caused quite a stir in the village of Solva.

Published 12 December 2014

Walkability Video
New video to promote National Park Walkability Project

“It’s been great to be outdoors” “I never thought I’d feel this fit after what I went through.” “It’s good for your health, it’s good company and good exercise.” These are just some of the testimonials made by users of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Walkability Project in a new promotional video.

Published 11 December 2014

St Non’s Chapel © Barbara Price
Artist’s visual diary inspired by journey through cancer

A Trefin artist who has been inspired to create more than 100 paintings by her battle with cancer is the latest to exhibit in the Tower and Café at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.

Published 11 December 2014

Unique piece of history explained: (l-r) Major Peter Sulman from Defence Estates (landowners); David Glennerster, project co-ordinator for the Penally History Group; Mike Neil, also of the history group; Chairman of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Cllr Mike James; National Park Authority Graphic Services Manager Brian Southern and Chairman of Penally History Group Tony Galvin.
Community alliance reveals trench history for all to see

A unique World War 1 practice trench system in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is now more visible for visitors thanks to a partnership with a local history group.

Published 04 December 2014

Liam Jones has been appointed as Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s new Head of Development Management.
National Park names new Head of Development Management

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has appointed Liam Jones as its new Head of Development Management.

Published 02 December 2014

Around 150 people attended the National Park Authority’s recent Apple Day at St Brides.
National Park’s Apple Day is fruitful affair

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s recent Apple Day proved very appealing to members of the public, with around 150 people attending the special celebration of apples and autumn at St Brides.

Published 27 November 2014

The Oriel y Parc Christmas Market will take place 10am-4pm on Saturday, December 6th.
Christmas is coming to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Get into the festive spirit and find the perfect gift for that special someone with a visit to one of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s festive events, which take place on the first weekend of December.

Published 19 November 2014

Pembroke College student Amy Staff was awarded the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority-sponsored Commitment to the Environment Award at the Radio Pembrokeshire Young Achiever Awards.
Environmental Science student scoops Young Achiever Award

A Pembrokeshire College student’s dedication to creating a more sustainable world earned her recognition at the recent Radio Pembrokeshire Young Achiever Awards.

Published 18 November 2014

Hill fort of Foel Trigarn under winter snow © Crown Copyright RCAHMW.
Castell Henllys talk to reveal Pembrokeshire’s hidden Iron Age from the air

Take to the skies with Dr Toby Driver to discover Pembrokeshire’s hidden prehistoric settlements with his upcoming talk at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.

Published 06 November 2014

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