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Archaeology Day Stays Virtual

This is a bilingual message from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Please scroll down for the English version.   Diwrnod Archaeoleg Rhithwir i ddatgelu hanes a threftadaeth gyfoethog Sir Benfro   Bydd Diwrnod Archaeoleg Arfordir...

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Breakout Party Time

    Life is never without it’s hiccups and delays, and the excellent Breakout Exhibition of 2021 has experienced its fair share, but it has made it to Breakout party time with a last...

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Ghoulish Goings On Aplenty

This is a bilingual message from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Please scroll down for the English version Atyniadau’r Parc Cenedlaethol yn paratoi ar gyfer hwyl Calan Gaeaf ysbrydoledig a fydd yn ddigon i godi...

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Angel at the Torch: Worth the Wait

There’s an extraordinary moment in Angel, which is playing at the Torch Theatre until 23 October. The title character recounts an episode where she’s lost in Northern Syria, and Kurdish fighters challenge her to...

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Where’s Wally Now?

  How could any of us forget Wally the Walrus who stopped by in Pembrokeshire earlier this year on what would seem to have been quite an extensive tour. Entertaining keen watchers in places...

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Dune Roaming

Newport Sands can be a windswept spot – not necessarily the sort of beach where you’re going to settle down for the day (unless you really do like sand in your sandwiches). But it’s...