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The bid for St Davids and the Hundred of Dewisland to become UK City of Culture in 2021 needs your support and ideas. Image © Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Share your ideas and back the St Davids City of Culture bid

The team behind the campaign to bring the UK City of Culture to St Davids and the Hundred of Dewisland in 2021 is appealing for people to get behind the bid by joining the campaign on social media and attending a series of public events.

Published 13 April 2017

The Discovery in the Dark Wales website features information to help residents, visitors and businesses make the most of the dark skies above Wales’ three National Parks.
New project to promote Wales’ National Parks after dark

A new project is highlighting Wales’ three National Parks as outstanding dark sky destinations, with opportunities to enjoy activities that reach beyond the traditional activities of stargazing and astronomy.

Published 12 April 2017

Cherry Pickles, The Most Bleeding Yew, 1993 © The Artist.
Oriel y Parc exhibition to reveal legendary links to Pembrokeshire Coast landscape

With the Year of Legends inspiring many to discover Wales’ famous folk tales, a new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids promises to bring these stories and their colourful characters to life.

Published 07 April 2017

The trainees used newly acquired skills to remove a growth of rhododendron, one of three species being targeted in the Gwaun Valley catchment by the Stitch in Time project.
Trainees tackle invasive species at Trecwn with Stitch in Time project

Two Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority projects have teamed up to tackle an invasive non-native species at Admiralty Park, The Valley at Trecwn which is part of the Haven Waterway Enterprise Zone.

Published 05 April 2017

Public engagement sessions will be held in St Davids, Fishguard and Solva to help shape the bid for St Davids and Hundred of Dewisland to become UK City of Culture in 2021.
Be a part of St Davids UK City of Culture bid

As the bid for St Davids and the Hundred of Dewisland to become the UK City of Culture in 2021 gathers pace, members of the public are being encouraged to come together to help create a bid worthy of winning the illustrious title.

Published 05 April 2017

Whitesands Bay
National Park Authority backs St Davids’ 2021 City of Culture bid

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Members have agreed a package to support the bid for St Davids and the Hundred of Dewisland to be named the UK City of Culture in 2021.

Published 31 March 2017

2.	Hear stories of warriors, hunters, soldiers and fairies at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village as part of a ‘cracking’ programme of Easter activities.
Legendary Easter adventures in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Make your own legends this Easter, with plenty of family-friendly activities and events going on throughout the UK’s only truly coastal National Park.

Published 31 March 2017

Coast to Coast 2017 cover
Plan your Year of Legends in Pembrokeshire with Coast to Coast

Pembrokeshire’s visitors and residents can discover how to make the most of the UK’s only coastal National Park during Wales’ Year of Legends 2017 by taking inspiration from Pembrokeshire’s information-packed newspaper Coast to Coast.

Published 24 March 2017

Panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path just a click away

You can now view the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail from your computer, mobile or tablet as the world-famous walking route has been added to Google Street View.

Published 23 March 2017

 Join Dr Toby Driver will be Exploring the Hillforts of Cardigan Bay with a talk at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village on 15 March. © Toby Driver.
Castell Henllys talk to reveal the history of the hill forts of Cardigan Bay

Archaeologist and author Dr Toby Driver will reveal the history of local hill fort communities with a fascinating talk at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15 March.

Published 13 March 2017

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