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National Park Authority Building Projects Officer Andrew Muskett and Chairman Cllr Mike James with the Display Energy Certificate outside the Pembroke Dock headquarters.
Improved energy rating for National Park headquarters

As Climate Week (March 3rd-9th) approaches, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is highlighting its commitment to sustainability by outlining the dramatic fall in CO2 emissions at its headquarters over the last two years.

Published 26 February 2014

Project Wild Thing aims to encourage children and their families to reconnect with nature.
National Park premiere for Project Wild Thing

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has organised an exciting day of free events to coincide with the screening of the critically acclaimed film Project Wild Thing, which aims to encourage children and their families to reconnect with nature.

Published 20 February 2014

Dune systems are found at Tenby South Beach, Freshwater East, Manorbier, Broad Haven South, Barafundle, Freshwater West and Newport.
Beach warning issued

Following the recent bad weather, members of the public are being urged to take extra care when they visit the County's local beaches.

Published 19 February 2014

Dragon Parade set to fire up St David’s Day fun at Oriel y Parc.
Dragon Parade set to light up St David’s Day celebrations

Join Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority for a feast of Welsh culture this St David’s Day, with the dazzling Oriel y Parc Dragon Parade just one of the exciting events planned in celebration of Wales’ patron saint.

Published 17 February 2014

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path has been diverted at Blackpoint, north of Broad Haven.
National Park urges Coast Path caution

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is urging walkers and visitors to take extra care on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and is warning people not to use the Path in periods of extreme weather.

Published 17 February 2014

Meddle in the medieval with half term activities at Carew Castle.
Discover Park’s rich culture and history this half term holiday

Get absorbed in the Iron Age, meddle in the medieval or delve into the St Davids Day celebrations this half term with Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 14 February 2014

An example of the storm damage at Abermawr.
Storm clean-up priority for National Park Authority

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is continuing to prioritise storm clean-up work following the continued extreme weather as it attempts to keep access open wherever possible.

Published 06 February 2014

Design a dragon to be in with a chance to win Oriel y Parc’s St David’s Day competition. The celebrations will include the annual Dragon Parade.
Fire up your imagination to design a St David’s Day dragon

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging budding artists to create some dazzling dragon designs for a special competition as part of the upcoming St David’s Day celebrations.

Published 31 January 2014

Iron Age Fort wins third Sandford Award for education

Children from St Teilo’s School, Tenby, enjoy hands-on activities at Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort. Pic: Emma Richards.

Published 14 August 2009

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