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Martello Tower, Pembroke Dock

Pembroke and Pembroke Dock.

The birthplace of Henry Tudor in 1456. Later to become King Henry VII, Henry Tudor was born here in the impressive Norman castle. The castle has a famously huge keep and has plenty of walls, towers and rooms to explore today. Used for fairs and events such as rock concerts and the BBC Antiques Roadshow, […]

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Eglwyswrw Village Hall.

Yr Hen Ysgol. Run entirely by volunteers, even the cleaning being undertaken by hall users, the village hall in Eglwyswrw is truly a community centre in every sense! Its committee of 12 meet four times a year and keep each other up to date via email in between and this has worked well since set […]

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Pembrokeshire Coast Path trail

New charity to help protect the Pembrokeshire Coast.

A new charity has been set up to support and promote conservation, communities and culture in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The launch coincides with Discover National Parks Fortnight, a two-week celebration of the UK’s premier protected landscapes. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust aims to protect the National Park for future generations by improving […]

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The Queer Choir Comes to Pembrokeshire.

A Queer choir? In Pembrokeshire? I must know more, so when Jali Armitage Hicks agreed to meet I was delighted. Jali tells me a little about their musical background. They grew up in St David’s, joining the cathedral choir at age 6, and becoming head chorister at 16. At 18 they left to study music, […]

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Enjoy a feast of Easter fun in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

If you’re searching for somewhere new to explore or want to find fun for all the family this Easter holiday, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park promises to offer up a wide range of days out during the Year of Discovery. Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and Oriel y Parc Gallery […]

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HaverHub Update!

What is coming up soon… The phase 1 (first grant work) is finishing mid-March 2019! Then volunteers start to come in and tidy up, repair and improve the rest of the site not under Phase 1 – ready for April – December events for the town. We also have a volunteer graphic designer – watch […]

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Handbags and Puffins.

A Potter’s Life. You know, writing for Pembrokeshire.online 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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Upton Castle and Gardens.

A Hidden Gem in South Pembrokeshire. Even regular visitors to the county, and perhaps locals too, may not have discovered the delights of the gardens of Upton Castle. Tucked away from the westerly winds in the valley beyond the pretty village of Cosheton near Pembroke, Upton’s 35 acres of garden and woodland is well worth […]

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Festival of the Sea.

Visitors can enjoy a coastal celebration this spring as the National Trust’s Festival of the Sea returns for 2019. The seaside event, which raises awareness of coastal conservation, will take place between 10 and 12 May at Gupton Farm Campsite near Freshwater West in Pembrokeshire. Following a successful debut in 2018, which saw the conservation […]

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Amroth

Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

Amroth.   Amroth is a  flat, sandy, long beach at low tide, although there’s not much more than pebbles when the tide’s in. At the western end there are good rockpools. There is parking along the sea wall and in the village itself as well as toilets. A variety of food and ice-cream is available […]

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