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The Pembrokeshire Coast's Heritage Hotspots The National Park is full of archaeology. Around almost every corner you’ll find some glimpse of the past, but here are a few suggestions of particular places to go. heritage, hotspotsentre, ifan, angle, foel, drygarn,

Access and Rights of Way Access and Rights of Way in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority access, rights, wayuthority,

Building Conservation As well as looking after our wildlife and landscape, Pembrokeshire’s buildings, from fishermen’s cottages to mansions and castles, need to be conserved in order to ensure that the Park’s built heritage still stands for the next generation, telling the story of our history and culture. listed, buildingsonservation, areas, building, conservation,

Conserving the Park A range of practical initiatives to conserve wildlife. conservationuthority,

Facts and Figures Facts and Figures about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park for the press and media. facts, figures, press, media,

Friends of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park 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. friends, volunteer, events,

Homepage Homepage home, homepage, jobs,

Jellyfish A brief look at jellyfish and a creature that eats them jellyfish, moon, jellyfish, barrel, jellyfish, leatherback, turtle, turtles,

Land of Legends: Mill Bay Mill Bay, a quiet cove on the Dale Peninsula, is a site of huge historical significance. king, henry, france, pembroke, carew, battle, crown, history, royals, mill,

Land of Legends: Pentre Ifan Burial chambers, ancient woodland and stone cairns make this area of north Pembrokeshire a place of myth and mystery, where the imagination can run wild.​ pentre, ifan, fairy, fairies, magic, music, moonlight, monument, build, burial, chamber, iconic,

Let's Walk Pembrokeshire Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire is promoting a range of activities, events and routes that will help people take the first steps to making walking a part of their daily routine during May as part of National Walking Month. let's, walk, walking, well-being, wellbeing, health, steps, creating, active, wales,

Living In Living in the National Park living, jobseacher, walker, community, group, planning, policy, conservation,

Looking After Picture your favourite beach or walk, or the places you go in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to have fun or just to relax. And then imagine they weren’t there any more or just weren’t as special. looking, after, conservation, jobslanning, agriculture, sustainable, development,

Maps and guidebooks External publications useful to visitors to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, such as OS maps and guide books. maps, publications, books, information, walksath, leaflets, trails,

National Park Management Plan View and download the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Management Plan. management, plan, conservation, purposes, guidance,

National Park Ranger Areas Find out who is the Ranger for the different areas of the National Park. ranger, team, areas, north, westouth, east, daugleddau, estuary, castlemartin,

Our Conservation Areas Our Conservation Areas in the Pembrokeshire Coast Nationaal Park. conservation, areasngle, caerfachell, caldey, island, little, haven, manorbier,

Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a spectacular 186 mile (299 km) long National Trail covering some of the most varied coastal scenery in Britain, stretching from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south. pathrail, inter, appalachian, wales, path,

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 Grazing Network An initiative supporting conservation grazing in the National Park. grazing, network, habitats, conservation,

Pembrokeshire Local Access Forum The Pembrokeshire Local Access Forum is a statutory body, established jointly by Pembrokeshire County Council and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority in 2002, following legislation and regulations introduced in the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. local, access, forumocal, access, forum, rights,

Pembrokeshire Place Names Know Your Place Names in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The place names across the National Park broadly divide into Welsh names and Anglo-Norman English names. know, your, place, nameselsh, anglo-norman, english, local, place, names,

Pembrokeshire Saints Pembrokeshire is blessed with a number of early saints such as St Davids, St Teilo, St Justinian, St Ishmael St Brynach and St Caradog and along with them come many colourful myths and legends… early, saints, davids, teilo, justinian, ishmael, brynach, caradog,

Pembrokeshire Walking Groups Directory Do you organise walks for people in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park? If so, the National Park Authority wants to include you in a new online directory of local walking groups. walking, directory, hike, group, community, guided, local,

Pembrokeshire Wildlife Meet some of the plants, animals, birds and marine creatures that call Pembrokeshire home wildlife, slugs, bumble, chough, bats, dormouse, dormice, skylark,

Pembrokeshire: Land of Legends Discover some of the legendary tales that have links with Pembrokeshire. They tell of huge capstones lifted into place by fairies, enormous boulders hurled down the mountainside by giants; of a fearsome lake monster and a bleeding yew tree. land, year, legends, myths, folk, tales, video, audio, walks, visit, wales,

Pembrokeshire's Islands Pembrokeshire's offshore islands are a highlight of any visit to the National Park. Each one has its own special character and unique landscape, where wildlife flourishes and time stands still. islands, caldey, ramsey, skomer, skokholm,

Planning FAQs Planning FAQs for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planning, faqs,

Preferred Strategy Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Preferred Strategy (Replacement Local Development Plan) Consultation referred, strategy, (replacement, local, development, planonsultati,

Roles of the key organisations and contacts Roles of the key organisations and contacts. Active outdoor event guidance. police, trust, county, council, tourism, outdoor, charter, marine, code, destination,

Take the Coast Path Challenge Walk the entire Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail at your own pace and in your own time, and you can claim a free certificate. path, challenge, certificate, walkingrail, trek, hike, mileage, chart,

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's Geology When you think about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park you may conjure up images of beautiful beaches, panoramic views from the Coast Path and quaint fishing villages complete with cosy local pubs. You won’t necessarily be thinking about what the cliffs are made of or what’s beneath your feet. However, believe it or not, the very stones that make up the foundations of the Park are in fact one of the main reasons we were designated as a National Park in the first place. geologyock, types, precambrian, carboniferous, volcanic,

The Pembrokeshire Coast's Geological Landscape The Pembrokeshire Coast's geological landscape. geological, landscape,

Volcanic History of the Pembrokeshire Coast Volcanic History of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. volcanoesramsey, island, carn, llundaintrumble, head,

Welcome to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts some of the most spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife in Britain  including internationally important nature reserves, geology and archaeology. One of the National Park Authority’s duties is to conserve and enhance the natural features of the landscape, as well as the cultural heritage of the Park. landscape, geology, archaeology,

Wildlife Explore the amazing wildlife that makes its home on the Pembrokeshire Coast - not forgetting the exciting array of seasonal wildlifewhich also loves to visit Pembrokeshire year after year. explore, wildlifeeals, bats, crabs, pond, dipping, rock, pooling, birds,

Wildlife Health Check What condition is the National Park's wildlife in? wildlife, health, check, state, biodiversity,

Woodland Management Woodland management for conservation and timber. woodland, management, conservation, timber,