It will soon be time to take a February break from school and routine, with a full week for play-time in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Published 04 February 2013
A woodland site in North Pembrokeshire of importance to scientists and an inspiration to artists and visitors has had a site management programme interrupted by vandalism.
Published 18 January 2013
The extraordinary amount of water that has fallen on our coast this winter is prompting a safety warning to walkers and visitors to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Published 16 January 2013
Local branch closure of a high street bank was one of the factors prompting Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority to review their banking arrangements in December.
Published 14 January 2013
With a dab of paint, a line, a mark or even written words, current Artist in Residence Sarah Jane Brown is encouraging visitors to Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre to make some magic.
Published 08 January 2013
A walking project that began as a part-time venture has seen two groups celebrate a year of committed walking, despite the challenges posed by the unpredictable Pembrokeshire weather.
Published 21 December 2012
Whether your preference is for a secluded bay or vast open areas of sand and distant views, the coastal beaches of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are the perfect places to walk off the Christmas pudding and escape the festive hustle and bustle.
Published 20 December 2012
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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