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The Friends of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is an independent charity (registered charity no. 1012091) committed to help protect, conserve and enhance the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park for those who live in or visit.

The Friends provide a programme of events: guided walks, illustrated talks and visits throughout the year, organising weekly work parties, carrying out conservation projects with the National Park Authority, National Trust and other bodies.​​

The charity also communicates to their members regularly on all aspects of the National Park through a biannual magazine, News & Views, regular newsletters, the website and Facebook page.

FPCNP Events
The programme of events organised by the Friends includes guided walks.

​The Friends support and encourage the National Park Authority, lobbying for policies that enhance the Park and are members of the Alliance for Welsh Designated Landscapes, the Welsh National Parks Societies and the Campaign for National Parks.

FPCNP Work Party
The Friends' weekly work parties carry out conservation projects in the National Park.

The Friends are always looking for more members. Membership fees: £15 (single). £25 (joint) or £30 (family).

You can join the Friends or look for upcoming events by visiting the website, emailing membership@fpnp.org.uk or writing to:
FPCNP
PO Box 218,
Haverfordwest,
SA61 1WR.