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Oriel y Parc’s annual Dragon Parade in St Davids will now take place on St Patrick’s Day – Saturday 17 March.
St Patrick’s Day date for postponed Dragon Parade

Even dragons weren’t immune to the disruption caused by recent heavy snow and freezing temperatures, with the Beast from the East leading to the postponement of Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre’s annual Dragon Parade.

Published 09 March 2018

Le Passeur (The Ferryman) 1881, William Stott of Oldham (1857–1900). Photo © Tate. Purchased with funds provided by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Art Fund (with a contribution from The Wolfson Foundation) and The Hintze Family Charitable Foundation 2016.
William Stott masterpiece comes to Oriel y Parc, St Davids

A painting regarded as the crowning achievement of William Stott of Oldham (1857-1900) is the centrepiece of a new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids from 24 February to 2 September 2018.

Published 22 February 2018

Would you like to learn new skills, improve your health and wellbeing and help improve local communities in and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park? Become a volunteer with the new Pathways project.
Learn new skills with Park Authority’s Pathways project

A project that helps people spend time in the outdoors by providing volunteering opportunities in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is looking to recruit more volunteers.

Published 19 February 2018

Discover Iron Age Life at Castell Henllys from 10-18 February.
Find your Epic on the Pembrokeshire Coast this February

If you’re looking for a fun day out during February half term, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s visitor attractions have plenty to inspire you to explore this world-class landscape as the Year of the Sea begins in earnest.

Published 09 February 2018

Pictured left to right are Geoff Severn; Sarah Hirst; Park Authority Chair, Gwyneth Hayward; Dyfan Evans; Yvonne Jones and Park Authority Chief Executive, Tegryn Jones.​
National Park Authority quartet clock up a century of service

Four Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority staff members recently received special plaques to commemorate a quarter century of service to the organisation.

Published 02 February 2018

More than 30 trees that are protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) have been illegally felled in Freshwater East. Please note: The tree stumps have been painted red to make them more visible from above © Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Appeal after more than 30 protected trees felled in Freshwater East

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is appealing for information after dozens of protected trees in Freshwater East were illegally felled and abandoned.

Published 26 January 2018

Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn AM met staff and volunteers from the National Park Authority’s Pathways project, which is funded by the Welsh Government.
Environment Minister discovers the Pembrokeshire Coast’s Epic Shores

The Minister for Environment recently met the dedicated volunteers who help keep the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park special as she visited the area for the first time since her appointment

Published 26 January 2018

Public footpath reopened after more than 60 years

A public footpath that had previously been closed since 1957 has now been reinstated, thanks to work undertaken by South Hook LNG as part of an agreement with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 10 January 2018

ore than 1,000 photos have been sent in as part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Changing Coasts crowdsourcing photography project.
More than 1,000 images shared as part of Changing Coasts project

A crowdsourcing photography project that is documenting coastal change in Pembrokeshire has received more than 1,000 submissions by visitors from as far afield as Switzerland, Australia and North America.

Published 22 December 2017

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Youth Rangers celebrate picking up the Commitment to the Environment Award at the recent Radio Pembrokeshire Young Achiever Awards.
National Park Youth Rangers scoop Young Achievers Award

A unique group of young people, who volunteer their time to help conserve and promote the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, scooped the Commitment to the Environment Award at the recent Radio Pembrokeshire Young Achiever Awards.

Published 22 December 2017

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