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North and South Summer Rangers promoting Pembrokeshire

This summer, visitors and locals out and about in north and south Pembrokeshire have two new mobile information centres in the form of two new Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Summer Rangers.

Ewan Rees and Guto Harries have recently been appointed by the National Park Authority in the roles of North (Ewan) and South (Guto) Summer Rangers and will be seen out and about in the communities and on the beaches in their respective areas.

North and South Summer Rangers 2018
The National Park Authority’s Summer Rangers Ewan Rees (left) and Guto Harries will be taking care of visitors on the north and south Pembrokeshire Coasts this summer.​

The Park Authority’s Ranger Service Manager, Libby Taylor said: “Ewan will be focussed on delivering events and helping visitors with information in the north of the county covering an area from Fishguard to Poppit Sands, whilst Guto will be seen out and about in the south, including Tenby and its North, South and Castle beaches, as well as in and around Saundersfoot and Coppet Hall.

“An important aspect of their jobs will be to promote what is local, and of course telling people about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and ways to explore it, including getting out and walking our Coast Path and web walks.

“There are so many great local attractions to keep everyone happy, even when it may not be a perfect beach day!”

The Authority’s North Summer Ranger Ewan brings a degree in tourism and outdoor activity and extensive experience working with businesses in America and Abu Dhabi to his role, as well as the knowledge that raising a young family locally will bring.

South Summer Ranger Guto has returned to Pembrokeshire after attaining a Geography degree, travelling extensively around Australasia, and brings  lots of experience with the public to his role, with a background in conservation and hospitality roles.

To find out what the Summer Rangers are up to, follow them on Twitter at @SummerRangers, or on Facebook via @PembsCoastRangers. You can also go to www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/events or pick up a copy of Coast to Coast to find out about great days out across the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Published 11 June 2018


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