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Rubbish left by winter sledging in Preseli Hills Winter 2013
Fun in the snow leaves litter headache

With skies clearing and the ground drying, repairing the landscape damage inflicted by a harsh winter has begun across rural Pembrokeshire.

Published 23 April 2013

Welsh Government Minister for Culture and Sport, John Griffiths AM is pictured with National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Tony Brinsden, Carew Community Association Chairman Cllr John Brock MBE and Teresa Hogsflesh, Carew Castle Manager.
Minister raises the roof on Carew Castle renovations

A Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority-managed site that is steeped in history is now looking forward to a bright future, following the completion of a series of exciting renovations.

Published 19 April 2013

 National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Tony Brinsden is pictured in front of the new display in the foyer at the Llanion Park headquarters
Solar energy statistics on screen at National Park HQ

The benefits of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s new solar panels are now clear for all to see at its Llanion headquarters, following the installation of a real-time display in the building’s foyer.

Published 17 April 2013

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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