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Rhosson car park appeal dismissed

A Welsh Government planning inspector has dismissed an appeal relating to the unauthorised development of a car park near St Davids.

Published 14 December 2017

Map of diversion
Diversion in place on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path near Ceibwr

A temporary diversion is in place on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail following a landslide just south of Pwllygranant, near Ceibwr.

Published 12 December 2017

The National Park Authority’s Stitch in Time project is targeting three invasive species in Pembrokeshire’s Gwaun and Clydach Valleys.
Volunteers step up battle against balsam with Stitch in Time project

Volunteers have contributed more than 400 hours to battling invasive non-native species (INNS) in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park since April this year.

Published 06 December 2017

National Park Authority Chair Mrs Gwyneth Hayward is pictured presenting the award to National Park Hero Charlies Mathieson.
National Park Hero award for former Authority stalwart

A recently retired member of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority staff was recognised with a prestigious award at this year’s UK National Parks conference.

Published 27 November 2017

Children can meet Santa in his magical grotto at all three events.
Find festive cheer and family fun at National Park’s Christmas fayres

If you’re searching for a gift for that special someone and want to fill the family with festive cheer, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s trio of top visitor attractions can help you and your kin get into the Christmas spirit.

Published 16 November 2017

The Pembrokeshire Walking Groups Directory includes the details of more than 30 local groups to help people find the opportunities on their doorstep.
Find walking groups near you with new Pembrokeshire directory

A new online directory of walking groups is aiming to make more Pembrokeshire people aware of the opportunities on their doorstep and help improve their health and well-being.

Published 14 November 2017

Wildflower seeds were collected from the wildflower-rich hay meadows of St Davids Airfield, which is owned by the National Park Authority. Photo © Vicky Swann/Wyndrush Wild.
National Park conservation scheme helps establish the Bug Farm’s new wildflower meadow

Wildflower seeds from a former World War II airfield have been used to create a new native hay meadow at Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm near St Davids.

Published 03 November 2017

Enjoy a Halloween Extravaganza at Carew Castle and Tidal Mill.
Halloween frights and devilish delights on the Pembrokeshire Coast this half term

If you’re looking to entertain your family with Halloween hijinx or spooky stories this half term holiday, then look no further than the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s three visitor attractions.

Published 25 October 2017

Pembrokeshire’s primary schools are being urged to enter the National Park Authority’s Year of Legends competition.
Be inspired by local legends for National Park competition

Pembrokeshire primary schools are being invited to create illustrations based on local myths and folklore as part of a Year of Legends competition run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 16 October 2017

Caption: Applications are now open for the National Park Authority’s Skills in Action traineeship scheme.
Apply now for six-month Skills in Action traineeship scheme

If you’d like to earn as you learn hands-on skills to prepare you for a career in practical conservation or estate management, apply now for Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Skills in Action traineeship scheme.

Published 04 October 2017

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