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Pembrokeshire puffin

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 fortunate to have the expert input of people like wildlife photographer, David Gardner and to have met and talked to so many people involved in environmental issues. Tom Moses from the National Park as well as Ffion Rees from Falcon Boats are regular contacts for us and we enjoy keeping up with developments on the land and water.

For me, the features on the wildflowers and work on improving pollinators in Pembrokeshire were highlights and I was very glad of advice from Sarah Wint, who wrote¬†Sunshine and Clover and Lindsey of the Wildflower Nursery. Meeting staff at Ocean Lab in Goodwick and the volunteers of the People’s Orchard in St Dogmaels added to this theme too.

The highlight of the year was the evening organised by Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum at the Torch Theatre. Everything we do is unpaid , so to get a personal acknowledgement and thanks for reviewing the event from Dr Steve Simpson , who worked on Blue Planet II , was a wonderful accolade.

The whole team at Pembrokeshire Online is looking forward to further developments in environmental matters in 2019.

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Suzanne Ashworth

Suzanne Ashworth

Suzanne is now enjoying realising her long-held ambition to work as a Community Photojournalist and to celebrate her passion for the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire. Usually accompanied by her Pembrokeshire border collie, Cwtch.

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