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Plan your Year of Discovery 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 Discovery by taking inspiration from the National Park Authority’s information-packed newspaper Coast to Coast.

Published 18 April 2019

Penyholt Farm before the Castlemartin Range was created in 1939.
New project to capture memories to mark 80 years of the Castlemartin Range

A new project plans to recognise the 80th anniversary of the creation of the Castlemartin Range by capturing stories from the people that experienced this important chapter in the area’s past.

Published 12 April 2019

Experience the Iron Age at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.
Enjoy a feast of Easter fun in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

If you’re searching for somewhere new to explore or want to find fun for all the family this Easter holiday, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park promises to offer up a wide range of days out during the Year of Discovery.

Published 12 April 2019

Castlemartin Range Guided Walk
Discover National Parks during a fortnight of fun

Saturday 6 April marks the start of Discover National Parks Fortnight - a two-week celebration across the UK with events and experiences coinciding with the Easter holidays to inspire people of all ages and interests to go outside and explore and learn more about these special places.

Published 05 April 2019

Warden manager Tim Jones and CEO Tegryn Jones with sign at site of felled trees in Freshwater Easat
Illegal felling of protected trees highlighted by Park Authority signs

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has resorted to the unprecedented step of erecting two temporary information signs on land at Upper Burrows in Freshwater East where protected trees were felled and abandoned.

Published 01 April 2019

Worrying sheep poster
Park Authority appeals to walkers to control dogs during lambing season

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is stressing the importance of keeping dogs on leads while walking around livestock, after another distressing local incident involving dogs and sheep worrying.

Published 19 March 2019

Enjoy the National Park after dark: Poppit Sands is one of Pembrokeshire’s eight Dark Sky Discovery sites.
Turn down the lights and discover the benefits dark skies bring

Officers from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Pembrokeshire County Council and Natural Resources Wales are encouraging members of the public, businesses and organisations to join a county-wide effort to reduce light pollution.

Published 15 March 2019

Class 2 pupils from Ysgol Llanychllwydog worked with local National Park Authority Ranger, Richard Vaughan to build the bug hotel.
Gwaun Valley pupils boost biodiversity with new bug hotel

Pupils from a Pembrokeshire primary school have built a bug hotel in the Gwaun Valley in a bid to promote pollinators and boost biodiversity in their local area.

Published 11 March 2019

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is consulting on its draft Corporate and Resources Plan for 2019/20
National Park Authority consulting on draft Corporate Plan

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is consulting on its draft Corporate and Resources Plan for 2019/20, which sets out its main work programme and projects for the coming year.

Published 15 February 2019

Really Wild Food and Countryside Festival
Really Wild Festival booking forms now available

A festival that celebrates all things inspired by nature and rural life is returning to St Davids on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 May 2019.

Published 04 February 2019

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