The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a wonderful place that should be accessible to all and can provide great opportunities for young people to develop skills and learn more about nature. This is really important as young people continue to face the challenges of Climate Change, biodiversity loss, rurality and now recovering from Covid-19.
Whose Park? Our Park!
We want to show you the different ways young people are making a difference to the National Park and its future and encourage you join us!
Whether you want to help with hands-on tasks, tackle local and global issues by talking to those in charge or even a bit of both, you can help us change the National Park for the better.
Why get involved?
Mental health is also a major challenge facing the youth of today, and being involved in a project like National Park Next Generation can help young people on the Five Ways to Wellbeing:
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Our Rangers run practical conservation sessions for young people completing a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. To find out when and where these sessions are, please contact Dave Sommerville at Pembrokeshire County Council by emailing email@example.com or calling 01437 775235 or 07970 758977.
Quick links to information about National Park Next Generation projects and publications
Learn more and get involved
The National Park Youth Ranger scheme was set up in 2013 to provide opportunities for young people aged 16-25 to develop outdoor skills and learn more...
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1st 1,000 days project
The 1st 1,000 days project was set-up in response to the Welsh Parliament’s 1,000 Days consultation, which described the first 3 years of a child’...
Filming in the National Park
If you want to film in the National Park, please read our Filming Enquiries Guide before contacting us as this could answer many of your questions. If...
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is your Park. So here at the National Park Authority we often ask for your views on the work we do to help keep ...
Sponsor a Gate Scheme
If you enjoy walking in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and would like to support the hard work that goes into maintaining this world-class land...
Family John Muir Award
If you spend four days (or at least 24 hours) or more with your family discovering, exploring, conserving and sharing wild places then you could achie...
Help us record the changing coastal landscape by taking a photo from one of our fixed point photography posts
The National Park Authority is keen to encourage people to get involved in many aspects of its work and there are many different reasons why people ch...