Category: Sea

The Return of King

Artist Carole King is back at the Seagull Gallery, Cardigan, with a new exhibition of paintings, prints and books. The sea and the West Wales coast have inspired much of her work which features...

Stay Safe at the Beach

  RNLI lifeguard patrols are back at Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion beaches this summer. To ensure your safety, you are advised to plan visits to a beach that is patrolled, and to swim and bodyboard...

The Art of Shadows and Light

This article is in Welsh and English   Llanw a Thrai Sir Benfro Yn Ysbrydoli Artist Lleol yn y Torch!  Bydd Arddangosfa Gelf mis Mehefin o’r enw ‘Chasing The Light’ yn Oriel Joanna Field...

Bathing Waters Get Health Check

It’s back in the sea for me… increasingly aware of the worries many people have about polluted waters. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has begun taking water sample to help ensure bathing is going to...

Here’s to a Jolly Summer

Well, was that it for summer? Don’t get me wrong, we have just had a glorious two days and I have been back in the sea for the first time since November. Due to...

Freya’s Journey – Safe in Padstow

You will find more information about Freya Terry’s record challenging single-handed sail around Britain and Ireland here. The following is her own account of a harrowing night. We are right behind you Freya. Please...

Finding Out About Sealife One-to-One

The Ocean Lab in Goodwick has been trialling a new “free flow” style of aquarium tours, allowing visitors to explore at their own pace. This means that Ocean Lab guides have more chances to...

Pembrokeshire’s Spectacular Sealife

  Visiting Pembrokeshire? Then it’s likely that you are interested in the beautiful countryside , the sea and the wildlife. In the past few years we have been treated to visits from a walrus,...

200 Years of the RNLI

The RNLI is 200 years old this year. And Fishguard RNLI Lifeboat Station is the oldest lifeboat station in Wales. Built by local people in 1822, the town’s first lifeboat was handed over to...