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Shadowing, hobbling and accessibility...

I’m not going to be the world's most prolific blogger, but for one day only I’m shadowing the communications team in the office...

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North ranger blog
Published 31/05/2011


Wales Sustainability Week

Wales Sustainability week is here at last! Long awaited because it gives us the opportunity to shout about some of the fantastic projects contributing towards a more sustainable way of life in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Sustainability is all about striking a balance between the needs of people, our local economy and our very special environment...

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Guest Blogger
Published 16/05/2011


Bombs, bumblebees and bridleways

South Area Ranger Pablo Thorne Well I thought that this was a pretty good platform to introduce myself on as I’m the new Lynne Ferrand (who’s on Maternity leave)...

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South ranger blog
Published 12/05/2011


Ranger Blog

So what’s been happening? Well how long have you got…! I’ll try to keep it brief. Richard Vaughan North Area Ranger This month has seen me running all over the north of the Park with various school and college groups...

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North ranger blog
Published 12/04/2011


Climate Champion Ellie Meopham

For climate week we’ve given our guest blog spot to local Climate Champion Ellie Meopham, daughter of our North Area Ranger Ian Meopham. Climate Champion Ellie Meopham Being a climate champion wasn’t really something I’d ever considered...

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Guest Blogger
Published 23/03/2011


Guest blogger - Ernst Schrijver

This week we’ve given the Blog Spot to Ernst Schrijver a Dutch graduate who completed his thesis for the Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences in Holland in the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park...

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Guest Blogger
Published 18/02/2011


Richard Vaughan

After a wonderfully wintery Christmas, which saw Pembrokeshire’s landscape transformed several times by snow, ice, mist and crystal clear skies, I’d like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year! Blwyddn Newydd Dda! Christmas day in the Gwaun Valley, where I live, was peacefully silent as I walked to my parent’s farm...

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North ranger blog
Published 10/01/2011


Second Instalment - North Ranger Ian Meopham

Well, I’m sure it hasn’t escaped anyone’s notice that it is Baltic outside! Any attempt at digging through the permafrost on the Coast Path has been futile, so our wardens are being tasked with alternative jobs...

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North ranger blog
Published 30/11/2010


First instalment - Richard Vaughan

Well, we’ve started this season working with loads of groups of students and kids which I think has been great for us and them. We had a group of army prep students from Pembrokeshire College who were split into two groups...

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North ranger blog
Published 26/10/2010


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