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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is choc-full of Easter activities

If you’re looking to entertain the family over the Easter break, look no further than the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Published 07 April 2014

Military heritage finds a new home

Artefacts from the fine military past of the former Llanion Barracks in Pembroke Dock have now found a home at the town’s new heritage centre.

Published 04 April 2014

You can see the work of Gwen Joy and Bob Royston, the new Artists-in-Residence at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, until July.
Coastal inspiration for Gwen and Bob

Gwen Joy and Bob Royston are the latest Artists-in-Residence at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, St Davids.

Published 28 March 2014

National Park Tree Wardens, National Park Tree Officer  Mike Higgins
Park orchards project has real appeal

The race is on to ensure traditional fruit varieties are not lost from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Published 21 March 2014

Paul Sandby, Daddy’s Hole a Chastell Penfro / Daddy’s Hole and Pembroke Castle, 1782 © Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Cymru / National Museum of Wales.
Free Oriel y Parc talk and tour by castle exhibition curator

Art, history and culture enthusiasts are being given an opportunity to receive a free tour of the of the Picturing Castles exhibition at Oriel y Parc on Tuesday, March 25th at 2pm.

Published 17 March 2014

Guide dogs Cymru are naming a puppy Oriel after fundraising event at Oriel y Parc in St Davids
‘Ruff’ guide to National Park with Oriel y Parc

Dog owners in Pembrokeshire are invited to a dog awareness day at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, St Davids, with the bonus of a guided walk in the National Park.

Published 14 March 2014

Pembrokeshire Surfers Against Sewage representatives Jetske Germing and Paul Renfro collected the National Park Local Hero Award from National Park Chairman Cllr Mike James, supported by Jon and Lou Haylock. PICTURE: Pembrokeshire Photography.
Surfers Against Sewage scoop National Park Local Hero Award

The Pembrokeshire representatives of a national environmental charity have scooped the 2014 National Park Local Hero Award in recognition of their continued efforts to protect the Pembrokeshire Coast’s oceans and beaches.

Published 13 March 2014

National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Mike James is pictured with Mosaic Project Officer Pat Gregory and Community Champion Shamim Azam.
Successful year for Mosaic Cymru on the Pembrokeshire Coast

The Mosaic Cymru project is continuing to strengthen links between ethnic minority (BME) communities and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, according to a recent report.

Published 12 March 2014

engage Cymru is seeking applicants for the second round of the Artists as Learners professional development programme.
Oriel y Parc set to host Artists as Learners programme

Visual artists or makers with an interest in gallery education and its ability to inspire and enhance young people’s learning are being encouraged to apply for an engage Cymru programme run in partnership with Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.

Published 10 March 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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