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Dune areas, like this one at Poppit Sands are particularly at risk of wildfires following the recent heatwave.
National Park Authority issues heatwave wildfire warning

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is highlighting the current high fire risk level following the recent prolonged spell of dry weather.

Published 12 July 2018

National Park Authority North Area Rangers Richard Vaughan and Carol Owen collected ten bags full of rubbish along the road through the Preseli Hills with help from eight National Park Voluntary Wardens.
Park Rangers make plea to drivers following Preseli Hills litter pick

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Rangers are urging drivers not to throw litter from their vehicles, after ten bags of rubbish were collected during an annual litter pick along a road through the Preseli Hills.

Published 09 July 2018

Join Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and Dale Sailing for a special boat trip to celebrate the Year of the Sea on Tuesday 17 July from 11am-3pm.​
National Park Year of the Sea Boat Trip back by popular demand

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has organised another Year of the Sea Boat Trip following the popularity and success of the first voyage.

Published 06 July 2018

Small Wonders Karen Ingham
Climate change echoed in powerful images in new exhibition

Incredible microscopic images of plankton, pollinating insect behaviour patterns and the movement of oceans are translated into powerful images by artist Professor Karen Ingham, the Artist in Residence at Oriel y Parc Landscape Gallery and Visitor Centre in July and August.

Published 06 July 2018

Southern Marsh Orchid
Pembrokeshire Coast first National Park in Wales to be awarded Bee Friendly status

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the first National Park in Wales to be awarded Bee Friendly status as part of the Welsh Government scheme which promotes the vital role of pollinating insects in Wales’ ecosystems.

Published 04 July 2018

Join Jamie Owen and David Wilson as they discuss their new book A Year in Pembrokeshire at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids on Friday 20 July.
Oriel y Parc to host A Year in Pembrokeshire book signing and talk

The creative collaboration behind a new book that focuses on the county of Pembrokeshire will be holding two free events at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids on Friday 20 July.

Published 03 July 2018

The newly reconstructed Cook House roundhouse at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village was officially opened on 21 June.
Ribbon cut at Castell Henllys’ new roundhouse

A project to reconstruct an authentic Celtic roundhouse at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village concluded with the official opening of the new Cook House on June 21.

Published 02 July 2018

The 2018 season of excavations at Nevern Castle will be the last after a decade of digs led by Dr Chris Caple.
Nevern Castle excavations to end a decade of digs

The annual season of archaeological excavations at Nevern Castle will come to a close this year following a decade of discovery on the historically significant site, and will be marked with free guided tours and an open evening.

Published 28 June 2018

Red, blue and green way markers make it easier to navigate the rights of way on Caldey Island.
Revamp for Caldey Island’s rights of way network

Visitors to Caldey will now find it easier to navigate the network of footpaths on the island, thanks to recent work to improve signage and interpretation on the island, which was carried out and funded by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 26 June 2018

Carew Castle Pembrokeshire Tourism Award
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill crowned Best Visitor Attraction at Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards

The combination of a stunning setting and hardworking staff helped Carew Castle and Tidal Mill conquer the Folly Farm-sponsored Best Visitor Attraction category at the recent Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2018.

Published 13 June 2018

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