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Activities at Carew Castle include Medieval Fun Days, Knight School, Have-a-go Archery and Archaeology Tours.
Medieval mayhem, Celtic chaos and a crafty mess in the Park

Unleash your inner Celt, try a Little Something Herbal or create an artistic masterpiece in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park this summer.

Published 18 July 2014

National Park Authority Head of Delivery Charles Mathieson is pictured presenting the National Park Business Award to Fran Barnikel and Zoe Codd of the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company at the Radio Pembrokeshire Business Awards. PHOTO: Pembrokeshire Photography
Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company scoops National Park Business Award

A local company famous for serving up sea side delicacies was recognised as the business making the best use of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park at the recent Radio Pembrokeshire Business Awards.

Published 17 July 2014

National Park Authority Members’ allowances and expenses published

The 18 Members of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority were paid a total of £65,903 in basic and senior salaries in the last financial year (April 1st 2013 to March 31st 2014).

Published 07 July 2014

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Pembrokeshire benefits from Wales Coast Path repair spend

While we bask in the rays of the recent sunny spell, memories of the ravages of the winter weather against the coastal landscape are fading.

Published 07 July 2014

Excavation at Castell Henllys, 2005.
Young Archaeologists Club emerges in Pembrokeshire

If you know a young person who enjoys finding out about history through hands-on activities, there’s an inspiring national club starting this summer which is aimed at having fun and sparking an interest in archaeology.

Published 04 July 2014

National Park Authority seeks Standards Committee Member

If you have an interest in the work of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, you may be interested in this rare opportunity to serve as an independent member on the Authority’s Standards Committee.

Published 03 July 2014

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Culture and Heritage Manager, Phil Bennett with one of the aurochs horns recently found at Whitesands beach.
Pembrokeshire Coast beaches throw up further fascinating finds

More amazing discoveries on the Pembrokeshire Coast’s beaches have provided a fascinating insight into the lives of the area’s hunter gatherers as many as 10,000 years ago.

Published 30 June 2014

A replica of Dylan Thomas’s famous writing shed at Llaugharne (pictured here) will be at Oriel y Parc, St Davids, on July 5th and 6th.
Dylan Thomas’s Mobile Writing Shed rolls up at Oriel y Parc

A peek into a poet’s past is awaiting you at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids, when the Dylan Thomas Mobile Writing Shed rolls into the city on Saturday July 5th and Sunday July 6th.

Published 23 June 2014

National Park North West Area Ranger Ian Meopham with the otter spotting map and log book at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.
Pembrokeshire Coast otter sightings pass the 100 mark

An appeal for otter spotters on the Pembrokeshire Coast has been met with an incredible response, with over 100 sightings logged at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids so far.

Published 16 June 2014

Audit Office reports positive progress for National Park Authority

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has made good progress in delivering improvement in high priority areas, according to the Annual Improvement Report from the Wales Audit Office.

Published 13 June 2014

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