Park Authority publishes 40th edition of Coast to Coast in year of celebration
Pembrokeshire’s award-winning visitor newspaper Coast to Coast has been printed for the 40th time, having helped millions of residents and visitors discover more about the National Park since the early 1980s.
Coast to Coast, which will be distributed to over 550 outlets across Pembrokeshire, is packed with information on how to enjoy the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park safely and responsibly, as well as advice on how being active in the outdoors can help improve your health and well-being.
This year’s publication is full of causes for celebration with 2022 also marking the National Park’s 70th anniversary and a decade since the official launch of the Wales Coast Path.
National Park Authority Chief Executive Tegryn Jones said: “Coast to Coast is a local institution and continues to be extremely popular with residents, businesses and visitors alike.
“This year’s edition is full of the usual helpful tips on how people can plan their visit, including information on tide tables, beaches, walking, as well as guidance on our sites at Carew Castle, Castell Henllys and Oriel y Parc Galley and Visitor Centre.
“The Authority is extremely proud that so many continue to value all the hard work that goes into producing this publication, helping to highlight some of the National Park’s hidden gems, the different ways the outdoors can improve your physical and mental health, as well as the challenges facing the Park as it celebrates its own special milestone.”
You can pick up your copy for free from outlets across Pembrokeshire, with deliveries now starting to be made.
The online an app versions of Coast to Coast will also soon be available by visiting our Coast to Coast page.