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Author: Suzanne Ashworth

Suzanne is now enjoying realising her long-held ambition to work as a Community Photojournalist and to celebrate her passion for the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire. Usually accompanied by her Pembrokeshire border collie, Cwtch.
towards Freshwater West

Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

February 23, 2019

Freshwater West. This wild remote beach can be found along the B4319 and is a surfers paradise – plenty of camper vans here when the surf is up and the sun is out! The Welsh National Surfing Championships are often held here. The huge beach has sand and rocky sections at the southern end, and […]

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Abermawr sunset

West Wales Walks – Abermawr and Aberbach.

February 21, 2019

Pen Deudraeth If you like walks that include wild woodland and unspoilt beaches then make your way Abermawr and Aberbach in a remote corner of north Pembrokeshire to discover an enchanting and little-known gem. With very limited parking and no facilities, the beaches of Abermawr and Aberbach are never crowded and remain utterly unspoilt. You’re […]

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Tafarn Sinc, Rosebush

Maenclochog, Rosebush and Tafarn Sinc.

February 13, 2019

Preseli Foothills. For a truly unique and historical Welsh day out, you need to take yourself to the foothills of the Preseli mountains and explore the area around Rosebush and Maenclochog. The Pantmaenog Forest is open for walking, cycling and horse-riding and this area is fascinating at all times of year. This is another part […]

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tranquil waters of the Cleddau

West Wales Walks – Cleddau River.

February 11, 2019

The Cleddau Rivers provide as many stunning views and good walking as the Pembrokeshire coastline and can be a great choice when the weather is not ideal for coastal treks. Wildlife in abundance can be spotted in the countryside alongside the banks and creeks of these waterways. The rivers, lakes and wetlands of Pembrokeshire are […]

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family of badgers

Moch daear.

February 10, 2019

Badger These short-legged digging omnivores are surely one of most controversial mammals in any rural community, due to the alleged connection with bovine TB. Under the Protection of Badgers Act, 1992, these shy crepuscular creatures (active at dawn and dusk) are rarely spotted but leave traces of their activities and five-toed claw-marks around their setts, […]

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Travelling Sideways

Travelling Sideways.

February 9, 2019

New book released by local author, Clive Ousley. Our Music and Gigs correspondent, Clive Ousley, has just released his latest Sci-Fi book – a real treat for fans and new readers alike! Here is my interview with him:- When did you first start reading SF? I remember an English class at primary school where the […]

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Brynberian Community Hall

Pembrokeshire Halls.

February 6, 2019

Community venues across the county. Pembrokeshire has a vibrant sense of community and there are almost 60 community halls spread across the county providing a centre for their communities. They are all very different and run in various ways – committees, trustees and charities in abundance. We are so lucky to have such excellent and […]

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distant Newport

Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

February 5, 2019

Newport Parrog and Sands As the River Nevern meanders its way to the shore it has created two wonderful beaches – great places for people and dogs. The Sands have 1.5 miles of sand on the north side of the river, toilets, a kiosk, parking on and off the beach and are near a golf […]

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Morning at Bosherton

West Wales Walks – Bosherton, St. Govan’s and Broadhaven South.

January 28, 2019

Stunning scenery and walks to suit all in South Pembrokeshire including the famed Bosherton Lily Ponds. Some of the most often featured images of Pembrokeshire are the famed lily ponds at Bosherton and Church Rock on Broadhaven South – both these are easily accessible to all and are very close to each other, while a […]

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West Wales Walks-Trefin.

January 25, 2019

A┬árugged little cove. Trefin is a village in the Welsh-speaking area of North Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales. It is sometimes given the anglicised spelling Trevine, particularly on older maps, although the official name is Trefin in both English and Welsh. Trefin’s name comes from the Welsh Trefaen meaning ‘village on the rock outcrop’. A stunning place […]

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