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Best foot forward for Castell Henllys’ new Barefoot Trail in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Barefoot walk your way to an Iron Age adventure at Castell Henllys

A new barefoot walking trail – among the first of its kind in Wales – gives you the chance to walk in the footsteps of Celtic warriors at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.

Published 19 May 2016

Join the Paranormal Chronicles for an evening of Pembrokeshire Terror Tales at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village at 7.30pm on 18 May.
Hear terrifying tales and supernatural stories at Castell Henllys

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will play host to an eerie evening of spooky stories on 18 May when the investigators behind the Paranormal Chronicles website presents an evening of Pembrokeshire Terror Tales.

Published 13 May 2016

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Planning obligations consultation

Pembrokeshire County Council and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority are proposing to update planning rules to ensure timely provision of essential highways, education, and other services to meet growing demands.

Published 10 May 2016

National Parks Partnership
British public support corporate involvement in National Parks to secure future sustainability

Nearly half of people surveyed on the future of the UK’s National Parks are concerned they will deteriorate if funding levels are reduced in coming years, while 85% say that their perception of a large company would improve if it provided them with support, according to a survey by the National Parks Partnerships.

Published 09 May 2016

Applications are now open for the National Park Authority’s Skills in Action traineeship scheme.
Apply now for Park Authority’s Skills in Action traineeship scheme

If you’d like to earn as you learn hands-on skills to prepare you for a career in practical conservation or estate management, apply now for Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Skills in Action traineeship scheme.

Published 09 May 2016

Walker looking at view towards Ramsey Island on St Davids Peninsula
Well-being at the centre of Park Authority’s forward planning

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has made well-being a central theme as it plans for the future, having drafted a new Corporate Plan for 2016/17 and Strategic Equality Plan for 2016-2020.

Published 03 May 2016

Sculptor Darren Yeadon works on a standing stone
Healing Stones at Carew Castle

The medieval walls of Carew Castle will be the backdrop to unique standing stone sculptures carved in bluestone by North Pembrokeshire based sculptor Darren Yeadon this summer.

Published 28 April 2016

A typical long cist burial at St Patrick’s Chapel. (Photo: Dyfed Archaeological Trust)
Human remains to be uncovered again at beach chapel site

A final dig at the site of an early Medieval chapel on a Pembrokeshire Coast National Park beach is expected to reveal more about people living in Wales 1,000 years ago.

Published 28 April 2016

See classic cars at Carew Castle from 10am-4pm on Bank Holiday Monday 2 May.
Enjoy classic cars at Carew Castle this Bank Holiday Monday

A Castle with a history stretching back 2,000 years will host some of the finest classic cars from across South Wales on Monday 2 May, with free admission offered to those who bring along their own vintage vehicles.

Published 28 April 2016

John E Thornes Emeritus Professor at University of Birmingham
Constable’s skies focus of meteorologist talk

The early 19th century English Romantic painter John Constable produced landscapes depicting dramatic weather conditions, with the sky often the key aspect of his work.

Published 28 April 2016

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