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squirrel in Pembrokeshire

Wild Pembrokeshire.

January 18, 2019

January in Pembrokeshire is generally cold, wet and windy, providing little incentive to venture outside away from the warmth and comfort of the home and its well-stocked larders. Those who work on the land have little choice but to don their winter gear and get on with it, but, when they do, they will be […]

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70th anniversary National Parks photo competition launched.

January 17, 2019

The UK National Parks and Campaign for National Parks have launched a new photography competition to celebrate the 70th anniversary of National Parks in the UK. Around the theme of a ‘Moment in time’, this competition comes 70 years since the 1949 Act of Parliament that began the family of National Parks in the UK, […]

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Whitesands - Ianto Mor

West Wales Walks – Whitesands.

January 16, 2019

A Winter Wonder – Porth Mawr (Big harbour) – Whitesands. The award-winning Blue Flag surfing beach at Whitesands is one of the most famous in Wales and, by Pembrokeshire standards, can get quite busy in the summer. There are seasonal car park charges and it can often be popular enough to use the two overflow […]

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Pembrokeshire lane

Pembrokeshire Lanes.

January 12, 2019

For a wonderfully green and pleasant land, Pembrokeshire has a lot of roads. But apart from the big, fast main ones, most of them are minor – and many of those could be described as mini-minor. The latter tend not to have road numbers, and some are not over-encumbered with signposts. But armed with an […]

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Newgale pebbles

Beaches of Pembrokeshire – Newgale.

January 11, 2019

 My favourite beach. On arrival in Pembrokeshire excitement increases as you anticipate that first glimpse of the dramatic coastline at Newgale. Approaching from the south over top the brow of the hill and Newgale’s northern end suddenly comes into view – it’s heartlifting! It’s stunning at any time of the day or season of the […]

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The Gardening Year in Pembrokeshire.

January 10, 2019

January. This month is a quiet time in the garden  so time to get into the shed, outbuildings or greenhouse and give them a good tidy. Clean spades, forks, rakes and give them all a good oiling; clean all the empty pots with a weak solution of household bleach or detergent with a stiff brush. […]

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West Wales Walks.

January 8, 2019

Dog Walking Pembrokeshire and beyond. First let me introduce you to my walking companion – Cwtch the Border Collie, who is now 3 and a half years old. West Wales Walks just would not be the same without her. She has all the exuberance and intelligence of that breed and came from a  farm near […]

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St Govan's cove

Pembrokeshire launch for Europarc Youth Manifesto.

January 4, 2019

A group of young people who volunteer regularly to conserve and enhance the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park have launched a new manifesto, which they created alongside counterparts from rural areas and protected places across Europe. National Park Youth Rangers Cat Edwards, Matt Gillard and Ethan Tizzard presented the Europarc Youth Manifesto titled A Call for […]

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Summer at llwyngarreg

Pembrokeshire Gardens.

December 29, 2018

Review of the Year. I didn’t realise Pembrokeshire Online had been to so many gardens this year! Pembrokeshire does have plenty of gardens and woodlands if folks would only take time to visit them. It was a special spring in 2018 as we enjoyed wall-to-wall sun in May, June and well into July  – got […]

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Pembrokeshire puffin

Nature and Environment.

December 27, 2018

Wildlife and sustainability. Any regular reader of follower of Pembrokeshire Online’s social media and blog will quickly realise that one of our main concerns is the protection and celebration of our county’s amazing and precious ecosystem. We are always keen to promote conservation, education and enjoyment for the natural wonders of this area. We are […]

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