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National Park Authority Chief Executive Tegryn Jones is pictured with Authority Member Cllr Bob Kilmister, who was one of the first to use the new electric car charging point at Oriel y Parc.
National Park electric car charging point gives power to the people

Owners of electric vehicles will now be able to recharge their cars at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids, thanks to a newly-installed charging point.

Published 20 January 2015

Have your say on guidance to help people plan acceptable developments for sensitive locations such as Solva in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Have your say on new guide to planning sustainable development in Welsh National Parks

Don’t miss your chance to comment on new guidance drawn up to help planning applicants in Wales’ three National Parks.

Published 19 January 2015

Nominations invited for National Park Local Hero Award

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has teamed up with Radio Pembrokeshire to search for the people who have made an outstanding contribution to the National Park so they can be recognised with a Local Hero Award.

Published 19 January 2015

Visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority website for ideas on how to get involved with Disabled Access Day.
Discover the National Park on Disabled Access Day

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging people to get involved with Disabled Access Day on Saturday January 17th by taking advantage of the numerous easy access opportunities available across the National Park.

Published 15 January 2015

Four fruit trees were planted at the Lower Racecourse by Haverfordwest VC School pupils in December.
Help County Town turn over a new leaf with tree planting events

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging people to take part in a series of upcoming public tree planting days in Haverfordwest as part of the Orchard Mawr project.

Published 09 January 2015

Pictured in front of the restored Manorbier Dovecote are Manorbier Medieval Landscape Group members David Glennerster, Bryan Turnbull, Martyn Dawes, Sue Turnbull, Janet Coleman, Joyce Kidney and National Park Authority Chairman, Cllr Mike James.
Community collaboration key to Manorbier Dovecote restoration

The Manorbier Medieval Landscape Restoration Group reached a proud moment recently completing the restoration of Manorbier Dovecote in collaboration with several organisations including the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 15 December 2014

This intrepid otter was captured on camera taking fish from a pond in by Solva resident Ella Black.
Otter spotter films fishy goings on in Solva

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has received many unusual sightings in response to its otter spotting appeal, but one intrepid animal has caused quite a stir in the village of Solva.

Published 12 December 2014

Walkability Video
New video to promote National Park Walkability Project

“It’s been great to be outdoors” “I never thought I’d feel this fit after what I went through.” “It’s good for your health, it’s good company and good exercise.” These are just some of the testimonials made by users of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Walkability Project in a new promotional video.

Published 11 December 2014

St Non’s Chapel © Barbara Price
Artist’s visual diary inspired by journey through cancer

A Trefin artist who has been inspired to create more than 100 paintings by her battle with cancer is the latest to exhibit in the Tower and Café at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.

Published 11 December 2014

Unique piece of history explained: (l-r) Major Peter Sulman from Defence Estates (landowners); David Glennerster, project co-ordinator for the Penally History Group; Mike Neil, also of the history group; Chairman of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Cllr Mike James; National Park Authority Graphic Services Manager Brian Southern and Chairman of Penally History Group Tony Galvin.
Community alliance reveals trench history for all to see

A unique World War 1 practice trench system in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is now more visible for visitors thanks to a partnership with a local history group.

Published 04 December 2014

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