Skills in Action Traineeship Programme
Are you interested in a career in practical conservation/estate management or similar work? If so, then Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's Skills in Action traineeship may be for you! Click here to learn more.
Coast to Coast 2016!
Coast to Coast 2016 is now available online and via the Coast to Coast app on Apple and Android devices, and outlets across Pembrokeshire. This year's edition is packed full of events, activities and features about the National Park!
Help us capture Pembrokeshire's Changing Coasts
Help capture the Pembrokeshire Coast's changing landscape by taking photographs to help document the process of coastal change. The Changing Coasts project will ask people to take and share photos taken at specific locations, starting at Abereiddi.
Take a walk in the Park!
Discover over 200 circular walks in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Also listed is a selection of gentle strolls, wheelchair and easy access walks with information on their distance and average duration.
Home » Looking Back
Pembrokeshire is a fantastic location full of unspoilt beaches, spectacular views, rolling hills and rugged landscapes as well as boasting a rich history. But try to imagine a Pembrokeshire covered in ice during the last Ice Age or a foreshore of forests now submerged by the rising tide.
In this Looking Back section you can meet our heritage team and learn about how the National Park Authority is working to conserve Pembrokeshire’s history and culture. You can also learn more about the fantastic heritage sites in the Park such as Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, Castell Henllys Iron Age Hill Fort, the archaeological dig at Nevern Castle, local geology and historical landscapes.
We have many sites in the National Park that act as big clues about what life was like in Pembrokeshire hundreds, if not thousands, of years ago. From Bronze Age burial chambers and Iron Age hill forts to castles, churches and World War I and II look-out stations. Pembrokeshire literally wears its history on its sleeve and there’s a lot we can learn from it.
Don’t forget we’re also on Facebook, Youtube, Flickr and Twitter! Sound like a different language? Then click on the links and find out more. Join up, become a fan, download some pictures or videos of the National Park. Just get involved!