We work to conserve the National Park’s natural beauty for everyone to enjoy, but we can’t do it alone. We rely on help from landowners, businesses, organisations, residents and visitors to keep the Pembrokeshire Coast special and make it even better.
Caring for the Coast
Conservation and sustainability are the two things that will hopefully ensure this landscape is here for future generations. Find out about the National Park Authority’s efforts to conserve this spectacular landscape.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Discover how we protect the Pembrokeshire Coast and find out how you can pitch in. From volunteering to citizen science projects, we can all make a difference.
A new charity has been set up to help to keep the National Park special. Find out the different ways you can support the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust.
For more information about the charity and how you can get involved please click the link below or call 01646 624808.
Find out more about Conservation
Castlemartin - A story of Wildlife, Weapons and Welsh Mountain Sheep
A short film on the importance of Castlemartin Range today - for military training, incredible wildlife and a long-standing grazing partnership.
Traditional Boundaries Grant Scheme 2022/2023
This is a pilot grant scheme for the restoration of traditional boundaries in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Recreation Plan aims to encourage a sustainable approach to activities are just some of the processes ...
St Davids Airfield
During World War II St Davids Airfield was the scene of constant activity as an RAF Coastal Command base engaged in the Battle of the Atlantic. Today,...
Woodlands are an important ecological resource providing key habitats in our fragile environment. They provide a carbon sink at a time when our planet...
Wildlife Health Check
The health of our wildlife is a major concern, not just because it’s fascinating and creates a wonderful natural environment in which to live, but b...
Pembrokeshire Wildfire Group
Fires have potentially devastating impacts on our countryside, harming our economy, ecology, environment, heritage and rural communities. Yet the dama...
Pembrokeshire Grazing Network
Grazing our semi-natural habitats is often essential to keep them in good condition. On many sites that we manage, the appropriate animals were not al...
The National Park Authority piloted the Naturally Connected project over 18 months in 2017 and 2018 in order to work with tourism businesses who owned...