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Professional harpist Sarah-Jane Absalom will be providing the entertainment for the evening of Welsh culture at Castell Henllys at 7pm on Friday 3 March.
Enjoy an evening of traditional Welsh music and fare at Castell Henllys

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will be awash with Welsh culture on Friday 3 March with an evening of traditional music and food as part of the annual St David’s Day celebrations.

Published 24 February 2017

The Skills in Action trainees worked using traditional and sustainable techniques to lay a hedge at the picnic site opposite Carew Castle.
Park trainees’ hedgelaying helps spruce up picnic site

A group of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority trainees were recently put through their paces by educational charity Coppicewood College, as they gained first-hand experience of a range of sustainable woodland management skills.

Published 22 February 2017

Historic Newport ‘Town Taps’ trail now available online

Walkers wishing to take a tour around the seaside town of Newport can now do so by following a trail of historic taps, after a new route was added to the collection of more than 200 circular walks available from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website.

Published 21 February 2017

Get creative at Carew Castle this February half term
Find legendary fun in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park this February

If you’re looking for a legendary day out this February half term, then look no further than Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s three fun family attractions.

Published 13 February 2017

St Ishmaels affordable housing appeal dismissed

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s efforts to prioritise the provision of affordable homes have been upheld, after a Planning Inspector dismissed an appeal by a developer who wanted to build only open market housing in St Ishmaels.

Published 01 February 2017

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