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: Professional photographer Drew Buckley will be on hand to offer his advice at the Discover Dark Skies event at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village on Friday 28 October from 7pm-10.30pm. © Drew Buckley Photography.
Discover dark sky delights at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will host a special evening of dark sky discovery on Friday 28 October, giving you the chance to learn more about the solar system and learn new skills to help you enjoy them in your own time.

Published 14 October 2016

Join in a sensational seasonal celebration with the Oriel y Parc Harvest Fayre from 10am-4pm on Sunday 23 October.
Find a feast of seasonal delights at Oriel y Parc’s Harvest Fayre

Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids will celebrate the coming of autumn from 10am-4pm on Sunday 23 October with an array of stalls selling local produce and live entertainment.

Published 12 October 2016

Robin Heath will provide a new perspective on the legendary links between Stonehenge and the Preseli Hills in his talk at Castell Henllys on Wednesday 19 October.
Hear new legendary link between Stonehenge and the Preselis

The links between the Preseli Hills and Stonehenge have been debated by archaeologists and geologists for many years, but a talk by Robin Heath at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village on Wednesday 19 October will provide a fresh perspective.

Published 11 October 2016

Visit the National Park’s annual Apple Day on at St Brides from 11am-3pm on Sunday 16 October.
National Park’s annual Apple Day returns to St Brides

Visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Apple Day at St Brides from 11am-3pm on Sunday 16 October for a chance to learn more about this fascinating fruit.

Published 07 October 2016

Children from Johnston C.P. School hear the story of Henry Tudor at Carew Castle.
Story of Henry Tudor brought to life at Carew Castle

Pupils from three local schools visited Carew Castle recently to hear the colourful life story of Henry VII as part of the Gŵyl Hanes Cymru i Blant / Children’s Festival of Welsh History.

Published 07 October 2016

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and its café were awarded top marks by Visit Wales
Castell Henllys delivers golden visitor experience

Castell Henllys delivers golden visitor experience

Published 03 October 2016

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is to consult on options for the delivery of its tourism services.
National Park Authority launches consultation on delivery of tourism services

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is to consult on proposals to invest in a package of new initiatives aimed at supporting the growth of the wider visitor economy in Pembrokeshire.

Published 03 October 2016

‘A Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales, with part of Scotland’ © Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.
Discover story of William Smith’s remarkable maps at Oriel y Parc

The Pembrokeshire Coast’s spectacular and varied geology is one of the reasons it was given National Park status in 1952, but how do we know what lies beneath our feet as we walk in this world-class landscape?

Published 26 September 2016

Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire will launch with a week of guided walks around the county from 19 September onwards.
Join in a week of walking activities with Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire

A week of walking activities and events has been organised to kick-start a new initiative, which aims to encourage people of all ages and abilities to take the first steps to making walking a part of their daily routine.

Published 20 September 2016

Hear two sides of the Preseli bluestone quarry debate with talks by Dr Brian John and Dr Mike Parker Pearson at Castell Henllys.
Hear two sides of Preseli bluestone debate at Castell Henllys

Were bluestones quarried in the Preseli Hills by humans or were they moved by the forces of nature? Two upcoming talks at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will enable you to hear both sides of this debate and make up your own mind.

Published 19 September 2016

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