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 about the Pembrokeshire Coast and what makes it so amazing whilst making a real difference.
Monthly sessions are held on Saturdays and include exploring new places, practical tasks, social time and usually food cooked on a campfire. Sometimes there are overnight trips and visits to other National Parks too!
“We are a practical group who love being outdoors and getting involved!”
Find out what it means to be a Youth Ranger
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