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Otter holt at Tyriet Farm - Naturally Connected Project
National Park project connects tourism to nature

Seven Pembrokeshire businesses with a passion for wildlife have improved visitor experiences and biodiversity on their properties by carrying out conservation projects as part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Naturally Connected pilot project.

Published 20 April 2018

Help conserve and enhance the Pembrokeshire Coast’s award-winning footpaths and landscape with the new Sponsor a Gate scheme.
Help support National Park with new Sponsor a Gate scheme

If you enjoy walking in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and would like to support the hard work that goes into maintaining this world-class landscape, you can now help by donating via the new Sponsor a Gate scheme.

Published 17 April 2018

Save our Seas: Two of the sculptures that have been created to raise awareness of the marine litter issue in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
National Park wildlife sculptures to highlight fight against marine litter

Did you know it is estimated the equivalent of the contents of a bin lorry full of plastic enters the world’s oceans every single minute? Or that up to one million sea birds die every year as a result of eating pieces of plastic? To highlight these and other issues caused by marine litter, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has commissioned a series of interactive sculptures to help raise awareness of the problems and highlight the steps we can all take to improve the current situation during the Year of the Sea.

Published 09 April 2018

Coast toCoast 2018 cover
Plan your Year of the Sea 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 the Sea 2018 by taking inspiration from Pembrokeshire’s information-packed newspaper Coast to Coast.

Published 06 April 2018

Have your say on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Deposit Local Development Plan (LDP), which will guide development in the National Park until 2031.
Have your say on National Park’s replacement Local Development Plan

Members of the public are being invited to comment on the replacement Plan that outlines how land in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park should be used in the future.

Published 05 April 2018

New footpath provides a safer way to West Angle Bay

Visitors and residents can now enjoy a safer walk to a popular beach in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, thanks to a new footpath linking the village of Angle with West Angle Bay.

Published 29 March 2018

Hear legends of the sea at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village with Pirates and Princes on 4 and 11 April.
Enjoy an Easter eggstravaganza on the Pembrokeshire Coast

If you’re looking for a cracking day out for the family this Easter, take a look at the egg-citing range of activities and events on offer in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Published 26 March 2018

Himalayan balsam flowering
Stitch in Time project battles on during Invasive Species Week

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority will be using Invasive Species Week (23–29 March) to raise awareness of the positive progress being made by its Stitch in Time project, which is targeting three non-native plants in the Gwaun and Clydach Valleys.

Published 26 March 2018

Appeal for dog walkers to keep pets under control during lambing season

The lambing season is upon us and with many public paths crossing fields of sheep; the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is reiterating advice and best practice for dog walkers to follow when out walking their pets.

Published 23 March 2018

Volunteers have helped reconstruct an authentic Iron Age roundhouse at Castell Henllys.
Volunteers on hand to help reconstruct Castell Henllys roundhouse

A team of hardworking volunteers have helped to complete two vital phases of a project to rebuild a roundhouse at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.

Published 12 March 2018

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