The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is looking for six families to join in a special Year of the Sea celebration on Tenby North Beach at 9am on Wednesday 8 August.
Pembrokeshire sand artist Marc Treanor will be carving out a giant version of the National Park’s razorbill emblem on the beach and will also show those involved how to create their own coastal creation for other beachgoers to enjoy.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of a spectacular sand art installation on Tenby North Beach at 9am on Wednesday 8 August.
National Park Summer Ranger Guto Harries, who will also be on hand to help create the enormous auk artwork, said: “This free event will give families the chance to see a professional sand artist at work and learn more about how the designs are transferred from paper to the beach.
“As 2018 is the Year of the Sea in Wales, it seemed the perfect opportunity to invite people to illustrate what they love most about the coast with their own shoreline designs.
“Although anyone is free to come and watch, we only have spaces for 20 people to get involved, so please call to book as soon as you can as places will be reserved on a first come first served basis.”
Those who book on to the event are asked to bring a rake with them if they have one and meet by Goscar Rock on Tenby North Beach.
The event is free but booking is essential as spaces are extremely limited. To book please call 01437 720392.
Published 24 July 2018