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Carew Castle's History Learn More About Carew Castle & Tidal Mill's history including Gerald de Windsor, Princess Nest, Sir Nicholas de Carew, Sir Rhys Ap Thomas and Sir John Perrott. carew, castle, tidal, mill, history, tudors, princess, nest, gerald, windsor, rhys, thomas,

Culture and Heritage in the National Park Pembrokeshire has a rich and diverse culture which has been shaped down the centuries by waves of invaders and settlers. culture, heritage, castles, saints, culture, mabinogion, language, place, names, history,

Events at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village There are events for all the family throughout the season from costumed guided tours, Iron Age activities for children to craft demonstrations. See below for details, dates and times for specific events. activities, events, castell, henllys, workshops, storytelling,

History of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park In this section we invite you to travel back in time and explore the rich cultural history of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. history, iron, tudor, victorian, princes, cultural, culture, past, archaeology,

Land of Legends: Castell Henllys Step back in time and experience life in the Iron Age. Many myths and legends would have been told around the fire in hill forts such as this.​ castell, henllys, story, legend, wise, fool, fire, mabinogion, folk, magic, potion, ceridwen, gwion, roundhouse,

Land of Legends: Milford Haven Waterway Listen to the story of the friendly giant who saved the creatures of the the Haven and left hsi mark on the edges of the Cleddau. skomar, oddy, preseli, rescue, save, creatures, monsters, water, haven, waterway, daugleddau, story, legend,

Land of Legends: Mill Bay Mill Bay, a quiet cove on the Dale Peninsula, is a site of huge historical significance. king, henry, france, pembroke, carew, battle, crown, history, royals, mill,

Land of Legends: St Dogmaels This peaceful little town on the banks of the river Teifi marks the northern end of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail. Located on the water, it has its fair share of fisherman’s tales. dogmaels, story, legend, fishing, mermaid, storm,

Military History St Davids Airfield was the last of eight built in Pembrokeshire and was operational during World War II. Unlike the other airfields, it remained in use after the war to support the Royal Navy. In the mid-1990s the Government decided it was surplus to requirements and in 1997 it was bought by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. davids, airfield, world, military, history,

Recent History Hugh Foster bought the site in the 1970s and invited archaeologist Harold Mytum to excavate the hill fort. Once the roundhouses had been excavated they were rebuilt using Iron Age materials, which improved our understanding of how the roundhouses were constructed. recent, history, hugh, foster, chieftains, roundhouse, excavate,

School visits to Carew Castle and Tidal Mill Carew Castle and Tidal Mill’s rich history spans over 2,000 years and tells of knights of the realm, kingmakers, Elizabethan intrigue and Civil War devastation. The programme on offer is varied and covers a range of heritage education activities, exploring the history of the Castle and its inhabitants. Most of the sessions focus on the Tudor period of history and provide a living history experience. carew, castle, mill, visits, field, trip, living, history, celts, hill, fort, iron, village, roman,

School Visits to Castell Henllys Iron Age Village The Castell Henllys school programme on offer is varied and covers a range of heritage education activities which explore the Iron Age hill fort and its surrounds. Living history is very much a part of the Castell Henllys experience. Most of the sessions focus on the Iron Age period of history. castell, henllys, school, visits, field, trip, living, history, celts, hill, fort, iron, village, roman,

School Visits to Oriel y Parc Staff led sessions use the gallery at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre as a starting point for creative work. All activities will link to the literacy and numeracy curricula as appropriate. Visits to Oriel y Parc can be combined with National Park Ranger-led activities, or with a visit to St Davids Cathedral or the Bishop’s Palace. oriel, gallery, visitor, centre, school, visit, education, trip, history, science,

Travel back in time Castell Henllys is the only Iron Age village in Britain reconstructed on the exact site where our Celtic ancestors lived 2,000 years ago. iron, time, travel, demetae, tribe, celtic, experience, celts, time, history,

What is Archaeology? Archaeology is the study of people in the past, through the remains they leave behind. These remains can be almost anything – from burials and weapons to bits of broken pot, stone tools or Second World War defences. archaeology, iron, promontory, forts, delun, gibby, archaeologist, archeology, history, heritage,