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c. Deb Withey Welsh alphabet
Learn the Welsh alphabet… with art at Oriel y Parc

An affinity to Wales and a love of language have been mixed on the palette of the latest Artist in Residence at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, St Davids.

Published 10 October 2013

Go Walkies in the Parc Guide Dogs Cymru event Oct 4th
Walkies in the Parc supports Guide Dogs

A ‘ruff’ guide to part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park helped make a successful fundraiser for Guide Dogs Cymru on Saturday.

Published 09 October 2013

A couple enjoy a walk on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail near Whitesands.
National Park numbers point to successful summer season

Data collected by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has revealed an increase in visitors to the area during this summer’s tourism season.

Published 09 October 2013

National Park Authority Chairman, Cllr Mike James is pictured at the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail marker in St Dogmaels with the ‘Walk on Wales’ Stage Seven Team who were joined by Stephen Crabb MP and Paul Davies AM.
National Park welcome for Walk on Wales

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Chairman, Cllr Mike James welcomed the Walk on Wales team to St Dogmaels as they began their way along the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail.

Published 08 October 2013

Marketing Officer Anna Mullarkey and Communications and Marketing Manager Marie Edwards receive 2013 CIM Canmol award.
Top award for National Park poster campaign

The beauty and appeal of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has helped National Park Authority marketers scoop a top award.

Published 04 October 2013

Sardis Parks and Gardens group with information panel phone box
Call in to Sardis phone box panel

A King George V red phone box in the small community of Sardis, near Saundersfoot, has been renovated by volunteers to become what could be Pembrokeshire’s smallest information centre.

Published 02 October 2013

Sandford
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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