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Carers from across Pembrokeshire enjoyed Tudor games and catapult making at Carew Castle with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Day of discovery for carers at Carew Castle

“Carew Castle – better than Xbox!” That was the verdict from one of the young carers who visited the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park attraction during a Carers Week event.

Published 29 July 2016

Oriel y Parc will be hosting two talks by renowned experts as part of Summer Minds 2016.
Oriel y Parc to host second series of Summer Minds lectures

Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids is to host talks from two expert academics to follow on from the success of last year’s Summer Minds lectures.

Published 27 July 2016

Pupils from Class One at Sageston CP School are pictured with National Park Authority Member Cllr Rob Lewis, Carew County Councillor Cllr David Neale, Park Authority Interpretation Officer Jill Simpson and artist Helen Astley.
Mural masterpiece tells Carew Tidal Mill story from seed to plate

Pupils from Sageston Community Primary School have created a bright new mural at Carew Tidal Mill with the help of local artist Helen Astley, telling the story of how wheat was grown, turned into flour and used to make products such as bread.

Published 26 July 2016

Oriel y Parc Fayre
Oriel y Parc Summer Fayre promises art, craft, music and fun

Create your own BFG-inspired dream-catcher, listen to live local music and browse craft stalls, before seeing one of the world’s greatest paintings – all in one spot at Oriel y Parc’s free Summer Fayre on Saturday 6 August.

Published 22 July 2016

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging people to experience a new adventure during National Parks Week 2016, which takes place between Monday 25 July and Sunday 31 July.
Find your adventure in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park during National Parks Week

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging people to experience a new adventure during National Parks Week 2016, which takes place between Monday 25 July and Sunday 31 July.

Published 19 July 2016

Opera star-turned-artist to exhibit at Newport Visitor Centre

A former opera singer who swapped the high notes for brush strokes is exhibiting her land and seascape paintings at Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Newport Visitor Centre.

Published 18 July 2016

An Iron Age roundhouse constructed at Castell Henllys in the 1980s are being carefully taken down and rebuilt in summer 2017.
Roundhouse reconstruction commences at Castell Henllys

The deconstruction phase of a fascinating Iron Age Roundhouse project began this week at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Published 12 July 2016

Hear the story of the French landings of 1797 at Castell Henllys on 20 July. A memorial stone commemorating the 1797 invasion is located at Carregwastad Point near Fishguard.
Castell Henllys to host fascinating ‘Last Invasion’ presentation

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will play host to a unique presentation about one of the most extraordinary events in the history of North Pembrokeshire on Wednesday 20 July.

Published 08 July 2016

Linda Norris’ exhibition ob•serve – colours of an island will be on display in the Tower at Oriel y Parc in St Davids until 31 August. Photo © Ruby Vaughan-Norris.
Skokholm Island stay inspires new Oriel y Parc Tower exhibition

An artist’s residency at a bird observatory off the Pembrokeshire Coast is the inspiration behind a new exhibition in the Tower at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.

Published 06 July 2016

Contemporaries of St David buried at chapel, dig reveals

Archaeologists have discovered that some of the people buried at St Patrick’s Chapel in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park may have been contemporaries of St David.

Published 04 July 2016

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