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Beach Safety All beaches can be dangerous in the wrong conditions. These guidelines will help keep you informed and equipped so that you can make the most of Pembrokeshire’s beautiful beaches in safety. beach, safety, guidlines, emergency,

Coast to Coast 2018 Advertising Advertising information for Coast to Coast 2018 2018, advertising, classified, display, rates, marketing, online, magazine, newspaper,

Land of Legends: St Govan's Chapel Tucked in to the cliffs on the Castlemartin Range, St Govans chapel is a great place to explore. St Govan is said to have had at least two close encounters with pirates – you can still see the evidence today. govan's, chapel, gawain, pirates, chapel, rocks, line, saint, miracle,

National Park Website Survey Please help us improve our website by completing this short survey. website, online, internet, survey, consultation, have, your, questionnaire,

Pembrokeshire during the age of Princes A brief description of Pembrokeshire between 1100 and 1485, from the arrival of the Normans to the end of the War of the Roses that is generally known as the Medieval period medieval, castles, carew, wiston, princess, nest, landsker, line, norman, gerald, windsor, princes,

Pembrokeshire English Pembrokeshire English. While new settlers colonised South Pembrokeshire, plying their trades, setting up towns and villages and enclosing fields, the native Welsh remained in the north, beyond a ‘frontier’, labelled the ‘Landsker Line’ in the early 20th century. english, landsker, line, south, dialect, flemish, norman, anglo, vikings,

Pembrokeshire's Timeline Find out how Pembrokeshire has changed from the Palaeolithic times to the present day. palaeolithic, mesolithic, neolithic, bronze, iron, roman, timeline, medieval, modern,

Sustainable foraging guidelines For your own safety - be sure that you know that what you are picking is safe to eat! Get permission. Avoid doing damage foraging, sustainable, guidelines,

Sustainable foraging Q&A Foraging for wild grown produce is becoming increasingly more popular and areas where wild plants can grow undisturbed are fewer than ever. It’s important to strike a balance between our enjoyment of foraging and ensuring that the wild plants and places we call ‘nature’s larder’ are still here for generations to come, for people and for the wildlife that depend on them. foraging, guidelines, forage, sustainable, sustainability, bluebells, blackberries,