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Glenn in his studio

Must See: Glenn Ibbitson at Stwidio 3, Cardigan.

Resident in Newcastle Emlyn for fifteen years, Glenn Ibbotson left a career as a Scenic Artist for film and television [several years with BBC]. This work had provided opportunities for him to practice trompe-l’oeil techniques and visual trickeries on an industrial scale. The methods he employed and the visuals he was responsible for creating there […]

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Pembrokeshire College donation

Paul Sartori Latest.

ILS students bloomed for Charity The ILS department of Pembrokeshire College helps students with additional learning needs to develop the Independent living skills that they will need for their future. Throughout March the ILS students worked extremely hard to raise money for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Charity. They grew and sold beautiful daffodils. The […]

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Stones Bones

Datgelu arddangosfa newydd gyffrous yn Oriel y Parc/Exciting new exhibition unveiled at Oriel y Parc Datgelu arddangosfa newydd gyffrous yn Oriel y Parc Mae olion hynafol o weithgarwch pobl ac anifeiliaid y daethpwyd o hyd iddynt yn Sir Benfro yn cael eu harddangos i’r cyhoedd am y tro cyntaf erioed – a hynny mewn arddangosfa […]

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St Davids OPen Gardens

St Davids Open Gardens

The 2nd St Davids Open Gardens Weekend will take place on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June with the proceeds going to the registered charity, Prostate Cymru and donations to three environmental groups in St Davids. If you have ever wondered what is on the other side of a wall or hedge, or tucked behind […]

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A Thank You to Cruse.

We will all encounter loss and grief in our lifetime.. Rob Barnes has written this moving account of his own experience of losing his wife and the support he found in the weeks and months following her sudden death. In Memory of Dee. Have you ever played that game where everyone has to describe themselves […]

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New project to capture memories to mark 80 years of the Castlemartin Range.

A new project plans to recognise the 80th anniversary of the creation of the Castlemartin Range by capturing stories from the people that experienced this important chapter in the area’s past. The military took over the area known as Castlemartin Range in 1939, prior to which it had been tenanted farmland on the extensive Cawdor […]

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Red Carpet Premier of Intergenerational Community Film – ‘St Nicholas: Now and Then’ Local people from a range of backgrounds and different ages formed part of a community audience at Theatr Gwaun, Fishguard on the 4th of May to share in something very special: a premier viewing of the locally made intergenerational film ‘St Nicholas: […]

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accessibility with NT

Accessibility improvements at Stackpole as team launch mobility vehicle hire.

  An all-terrain mobility tramper and beach wheelchair are now available for visitors to borrow on the Stackpole Estate in Pembrokeshire as part of the National Trust’s work to improve accessibility in the great outdoors. The vehicles, which are free to use, were purchased with the help of visitors’ kind donations to enable more people […]

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Louise Burdett painting

Louise Burdett: Dreamscapes Exhibition

DREAMSCAPES – Louise Burdett Vivid Abstract Expressionism ‘pings’ off the wall in Pembroke Dock Pembroke Dock’s beloved Cwtch Coffee Shop & Art Gallery is playing host to an exciting exhibition of new works by Lawrenny artist Louise Burdett.  The exhibition named Dreamscapes, contains 27 paintings of vivid abstract expressionism full of energy, light and colour. […]

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A Trip to Skomer Island.

To see the puffins with Rachel Mullet of Pembrokeshire Moments. Skomer Island is my most favourite place to be in the summer months when the puffins come back to breed. They arrive sometime in April and leave from mid July onwards. Outside of these times there’s still a lot to see on the island with […]

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