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Dr George Middleton is presented with his National Parks UK Platinum Award by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Paul Harries.
Lifetime achievement award for National Park volunteer stalwart with over half a century of service

A former St Davids GP who has volunteered in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park for over 50 years was recently recognised with a national award.

Published 21 November 2019

There will be a chance to meet Santa at the National Park Authority’s three attractions.
Shop local and beat the Black Friday blues at the National Park Authority’s three Christmas crackers

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s visitor attractions will be offering three chances to find festive fun, great gifts and more as the calendar counts down to Christmas.

Published 14 November 2019

The Make More Meadows project is set to benefit from a partnership between the UK’s National Parks and Forest Holidays.
Bees, butterflies and their habitats in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to benefit from £50,000 nature campaign

Bees, butterflies and their habitats in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are set to benefit this month from a partnership between the UK’s National Parks and Forest Holidays.

Published 08 November 2019

Seeds collected from the meadow at Skrinkle Haven are being used to establish more wildflower-rich habitats in the National Park.
Skrinkle Haven wildflower meadow boosting biodiversity across the National Park

Visitors to Skrinkle Haven were all a flutter this summer with the display of common blue and painted lady butterflies in the meadows above the cliffs.

Published 25 October 2019

Ranger Richard Vaughan and the team from the POINT Youth Centre in Fishguard who conquered his Pembrokeshire Coast Path Challenge.
Youth centre conquers Coast Path challenge to Get the Point Across

Young people from the Fishguard area recently stepped up to the mark to take on a walking challenge set by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Ranger Richard Vaughan.

Published 14 October 2019

Join the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry at Carew Castle and Tidal Mill.
Spooky celebrations and otherworldly events at National Park attractions

This half-term a creepy concoction of events and activities will be taking place at all three visitor attractions run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Published 10 October 2019

Children on a Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools outing at Stackpole
Enhanced access to outdoor learning across the county

Pupils across Pembrokeshire are set to benefit from greater access to outdoor learning thanks to a £16,000 grant recently awarded to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust by the People’s Postcode Lottery.

Published 30 September 2019

The 17th annual Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day on Saturday 9 November will include a presentation and exhibition on the Iron Age chariot burial discovery. PHOTO © Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales.
Chariot burial to be showcased at National Park Archaeology Day

The 2019 Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day will reveal fresh findings from some of the area’s well-known historic monuments, as well as information on newly discovered sites and ongoing projects.

Published 25 September 2019

A white-tailed bumblebee feeding on a wildflower.
Make more Meadows with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust is looking for help from the public to create more habitats for pollinators. The aim is to raise £10,000 to help protect and restore the existing meadows in the National Park, and to work with landowners to create new ones.

Published 24 September 2019

Walker takes photo at Changing Coasts post at Porth y Rhaw
Coastal erosion prompts public participation

There are an incredible number of prehistoric coastal forts dotted along or near the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with one at Porth y Rhaw near Solva coming under close scrutiny.

Published 23 September 2019

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