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Pembrokeshire at Work

Businesses and work in the county of Pembrokeshire


Handbags and Puffins.

A Potter’s Life. You know, writing for could be one of the best jobs in the world….well if you allow the lack of pay and expenses to be balanced by driving around beautiful Pembrokeshire and meeting lovely people. Who needs money anyway especially on a day like today  when the sun is out and […]

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Marine Conservation in Pembrokeshire.

Sea Trust, Goodwick – Porpoise, dolphin and whale conservation in Wales. As someone who spent most of their teens involved in conservation work (many years ago) it is wonderful to see the opportunities that young people have nowadays to pursue a career in wildlife and environmental issues. If you want to find inspiration, I would recommend […]

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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. I took the wrong direction when setting out to meet Tom. Fortunately it was only to the wrong café, and not on a windswept path in Wildest Pembrokeshire. I suppose if it had have been the latter it would still have been okay because Tom Moses is a Discovery Ranger for […]

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Darren Gibbs practice


Darren Gibbs is the only fully certified Clinical Somatic Educator (C.C.S.E.) in Wales and one of only a handful in the UK. Drawn initially to St Davids with his partner Sam over fifteen years ago, he wanted the spaciousness, the beauty and the surfing! Darren had been a yoga teacher for many years but over […]

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Nash Mountain Farm

Home away from home for pets.

Award-winning boarding kennels and cattery. Choosing somewhere to leave your pets when you go away is never easy.When I lived in the north of the county I took Cwtch Collie to Llanstinian kennels, but was hoping to find another great place in the south too. Winner of 2018’s Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire for the best caravan […]

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Your local independent bookshop.

Victoria Bookshop, Haverfordwest. In recent years, many independent bookshops across the UK have closed,but the good news is that there is now a revival under way. Here in Pembrokeshire, we are lucky to still have some great independent booksellers and the easiest one to locate and visit is the Victoria Bookshop at 6 Bridge Street, […]

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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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Keeping Fish with Dale Humphrey.

My first interview of 2019 with Dale Humphrey was a delight. That man loves his fish and his passion is infectious. Hailing originally from the Valleys, he jokes that Pembrokeshire is Lanzarote for Valley people and only had one moment of concern when first moving here a couple of years ago. “The silence on our […]

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The perfect walking poles!

Recommendation from the Climbing Company. I break stuff easy, and am pretty fussy when it come to kit, using it day in day out for work and personal stuff. For me, a walking pole needs to be strong yet light, collapsible and small yet easily adjustable, decent baskets and a grip that extends down the […]

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dog agility course

Dog Training with Harriet Hunt.

You meet some very interesting people at Men sheds, but a thirteen year old dog agility trainer with a string of awards was a complete surprise. Harriet Hunt began working with her dog Daphne when she was six years old. Since then she has travelled all over the England and Wales participating in events with […]

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