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Would you like to learn new skills, improve your health and wellbeing and help improve local communities in and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park? Become a volunteer with the Pathways project.
Taster day to offer preview of Pathways volunteering project

The Pathways volunteering project, which helps people aged 16 and above to improve their health and wellbeing as they gain new experiences and skills through practical activity outdoors, is holding a taster day to recruit more volunteers in North Pembrokeshire.

Published 15 November 2018

Eat, shop and be merry at the Carew Castle Christmas Fayre on Sunday 25 November.​
Find Christmas magic and more at Carew Castle and Oriel y Parc

Whether you’re looking for great Christmas gifts or want to visit Santa in his Grotto, two of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s top visitor attractions are holding events that can help you get your festive fix.

Published 15 November 2018

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New discoveries to be made at National Park Archaeology Day

The 2018 Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day will reveal fresh findings from some of the area’s well-known historic monuments, as well as information on newly discovered sites.

Published 18 October 2018

Join the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry at Carew Castle and Tidal Mill.
Frightening half term and Halloween fun awaits at National Park attractions

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s three visitor attractions will all be hosting Halloween-themed activities and events this October half term, with ghostly goings on and terrifying treats for the whole family to enjoy. Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre all have a whole host of eerie events and more, from Ghost Tours and Scary Fairy Fun to a Harvest Fayre.

Published 16 October 2018

National Park Authority Chair, Gwyneth Hayward; Bluestone National Park Resort Sustainability Manager, Ged Davies and National Park Authority Warden Manager (South), Tim Jones are pictured on the recently-restored bridge in Canaston Wood.
Canaston Wood bridleway bridge repaired

A 19th century bridge in Canaston Wood has been given a major overhaul by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority thanks to funding from Bluestone National Park Resort.

Published 01 October 2018

The National Park Authority’s new South Ranger, Chris Taylor meets his predecessor Haydn Garlick (now a Ranger Manager at National Trust Stackpole) at a work party at Stackpole Cheriton.​
South Ranger settling into new National Park role

An opportunity to work as a Ranger in one of the most iconic areas of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has been taken by a well-travelled candidate. Bringing a wealth of experience to the post of the National Park Authority’s South Ranger, Chris Taylor’s role will see him covering the area from Angle to Amroth, as well as the Daugleddau Estuary.

Published 24 September 2018

New guidance for recreational drone users has been released by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority in an attempt to limit the disturbance of protected wildlife.
Wildlife disturbance the focus of Pembrokeshire drone guidance

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has released new drone guidance for recreational users that seeks to limit the disturbance the aerial devices can cause to protected wildlife.

Published 21 September 2018

Sea Quest Challenge prize winners at Castell Henllys
Sea Creatures Quest winners Dafydd and Jac scoop £50 prize

Two young visitors to the 2018 Pembrokeshire County Show were the winners of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Sea Creatures Quest challenge.

Published 18 September 2018

The skeleton and shell of a leatherback turtle found near Skomer Island will be one of the highlights of the natural history specimens on display, which will also include a black-headed gull entangled in a plastic ring.
Thought provoking exhibition of fine art and natural history to turn the tide on marine plastic

A new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids is set to contrast the beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast with the reality of the damage plastic is causing to the waters and wildlife of our fragile shores.

Published 17 September 2018

The National Park Authority car park at Newgale.
Have your say on new National Park Car Parking Order

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is proposing to update its Off-Street Parking Order which provides the legal basis for the management of its car parks.

Published 11 September 2018

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