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Lily Wellan

Lily Wellan : Studying Photography in Cornwall.

Do you remember Lily Wellan? We featured her and her photography back last year (2018) and one lucky reader won a photo shoot with this promising young photographer. Well , Lily went away to study soon after and we have been eager to hear how she is settling in to student life. She is obviously […]

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PoppitDarkSky

Turn down the lights…

 and discover the benefits dark skies bring. Officers from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Pembrokeshire County Council and Natural Resources Wales are encouraging members of the public, businesses and organisations to join a county-wide effort to reduce light pollution. As well as giving people a clearer view of the dark skies above, reducing light […]

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Worrying sheep is a crime

Park Authority appeals to walkers to control dogs during lambing season.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is stressing the importance of keeping dogs on leads while walking around livestock, after another distressing local incident involving dogs and sheep worrying. Two heavily pregnant ewes were chased at Llanychaer, Fishguard recently, resulting in their deaths, along with their unborn lambs. With the lambing season upon us and […]

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Tir Coed Latest.

Tir Coed is a charity and social enterprise that engages people with woodlands through volunteering, training and bespoke activities that increase well-being, develop skills and improve woodlands for the benefit of everyone.    

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Stackpole-Cliffs

The Stackpole Estate.

Blog from Rachel Mullett of Pembrokeshire Moments.   The Stackpole Estate is a great place for walking and exploring with or without children. It also offers  two of our finest beaches to walk or play on. The National Trust organises many activities from early morning otter spotting to bushcraft. If you are a National Trust […]

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Cathedral-Steps at St Davids

Half a Day in St Davids.

A must on any visitors list. If you are travelling around Pembrokeshire St Davids is a must on the stop list. It’s steeped in history and is stunningly beautiful. It was considered for City of Culture and I am sorry it didn’t make it to the finals. If you visit in Spring the daffodils are […]

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Window on Wales

Window on Wales.

Solva’s emporium of wonders! Also in St Davids too… My absolutely most favourite shop in the whole world has to be Window on Wales, so to have the chance to interview manager, Bella, was a great treat on a visit to Pembrokeshire. I have always begged my Mum to make time for a good hour’s […]

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Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire team

Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire.

Nearly 4000 members for local group! Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire (DFP) is a Facebook hosted group for people who love both their dogs and our beautiful county. Members are encouraged to share photos of their dogs enjoying being out and about. The idea of the group, initially set up by Al Rees some 3 years ago, […]

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cheque for Paul Sartori

Paul Sartori News.

Penally – Light up the Lanes In the lead up to Christmas; Judy Williams of Penally decided to do something different to raise money for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home. It was like a real life advent calendar, where local residents dressed their windows with lots of lights, decorations and displayed a number. Each day […]

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National trust half term fun

Half term fun with the National Trust.

From bushcraft to beach cleans, there’s a whole host of things to see and do with the National Trust in Pembrokeshire this half-term. Here are five activities that the whole family will love: 1. Go on a woodland quest Little adventurers will love our explorer trail at Colby Woodland Garden. Go on a quest to […]

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