The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust aims to protect the National Park for future generations by improving how the land is managed for wildlife, working to meet the challenges of climate change, highlighting the area’s history and culture and ensuring the Park is accessible to all.
What has the Trust been set up to do?
- Protecting what is special
The Trust works with specialists and volunteers to protect the National Park’s important species and habitats, historic buildings and archaeological sites.
- Enabling everyone to make the most of the National Park
Our outdoors is simply incredible. It’s medicine for mind, body and soul and we want it to be accessible to everyone. The Trust wants to help people learn about it and volunteer to protect it.
- Working together to protect the Pembrokeshire Coast
The Trust can’t do it alone. It works with partners, landowners, businesses and community organisations. Together we are a force of nature; protecting our cherished coastline for the next generation.
- The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and its registered charity number is 1179281.
Ways You Can Support the National Park Trust
Leave a Gift in your Will
Leaving a gift in your will is one of the biggest differences you can make to protect the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Make More Meadows
The Trust's Make More Meadows appeal is aiming to raise £10,000 to help protect and restore the meadows we currently have in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and to work with landowners to help create new ones too.