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Cardigan Castle
One-off presentation to reveal Cardigan Castle’s hidden secrets

For more than 900 years Cardigan Castle has dominated the history of the town it once protected. Now, with the castle preparing to re-open its gates next year, local historian Glen Johnson will give a one-off presentation on the history of the castle, with some elements set to be presented to a public audience for the first time.

Published 07 October 2014

Peeping Puffin © Heather Bennett
Photographs from Home and Away exposed in Oriel y Parc exhibition

A Pembrokeshire photographer who has travelled to far-flung locations will be exhibiting her photographic prints in the Tower and Café at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids from October 4th.

Published 06 October 2014

John Dillwyn Llewelyn, Dunraven Castle, c.1854 © National Museum of Wales.
Historic photography is focus of latest exhibition at Oriel y Parc

Step back into the past at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids this autumn with the historic photography collections of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.

Published 06 October 2014

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Last chance to provide your views on Park landscape

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is urging people not to miss an opportunity to comment on the future management of the National Park landscape.

Published 29 September 2014

Celebrations on the sand: Mosaic project participants were joined for beach games by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Discovery Ranger Mark Bond.
Mosaic project brings global community to coastal National Park

A project that encourages people from Wales’ black and minority ethnic communities to visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park was celebrated with an action-packed weekend including coasteering, seal spotting and woodland walks.

Published 25 September 2014

Apple pressing days will be held by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority as part of its Heritage Orchards Project.
Old fruit trees are pressing issue for National Park

Are your apple trees proving more fruitful than you can handle? If you have a surplus of apples this autumn, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Rangers can help you turn them into delicious juice.

Published 24 September 2014

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Property owner learns risk of breaching Planning law

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority planners are reminding property owners of the importance of complying with planning law, after a Mynachlogddu man was ordered to pay more than £5,500 in fines and costs after refusing to answer questions about unauthorised development on his land.

Published 22 September 2014

Poppit Marsh Path with volunteers
Poppit Marsh – from tangled balsam forest to access-for-all path

A wonderful world of wildlife has opened up for children with disabilities at Poppit Marsh, after a volunteer group teamed up with Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Rangers and Wardens to create a surfaced path.

Published 22 September 2014

Last chance to comment on new affordable housing guidance
Last chance to comment on new affordable housing guidance

Landowners and potential house buyers are among those who are being urged to comment on new Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority affordable housing guidance as the September 26th deadline for submissions approaches.

Published 12 September 2014

Heather Nixon will be the latest Artist in Residence at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, from September 15th to January 31st 2015.
Oriel y Parc welcomes Heather Nixon as next Artist in Residence

An artist whose career has taken her from her Northern roots to time spent in the Near East and Wales will become the latest Artist in Residence at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.

Published 12 September 2014

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