You can now view the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail from your computer, mobile or tablet as the world-famous walking route has been added to Google Street View.
Published 23 March 2017
Archaeologist and author Dr Toby Driver will reveal the history of local hill fort communities with a fascinating talk at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15 March.
Published 13 March 2017
Freshwater East has joined the growing list of beaches in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park that have a beach wheelchair available for hire.
Published 09 March 2017
Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will be opening its doors on Saturday 11 March in a bid to form a new volunteer group that will help care for the unique heritage site.
Published 08 March 2017
The lambing season is now upon us and with many public paths crossing fields of sheep, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is offering dog walkers some general advice and best practice to follow when they are out walking with their pets.
Published 03 March 2017
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has appointed a Community Archaeologist to bring people closer to the area’s fascinating past and find out how they can help conserve it for future generations.
Published 02 March 2017
Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre’s annual Dragon Parade is set to breathe fire into the annual St David’s Day Celebrations on Saturday 4 March, as hundreds of people take to the streets of Britain’s smallest city.
Published 28 February 2017
Castell Henllys Iron Age Village will be awash with Welsh culture on Friday 3 March with an evening of traditional music and food as part of the annual St David’s Day celebrations.
Published 24 February 2017
A group of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority trainees were recently put through their paces by educational charity Coppicewood College, as they gained first-hand experience of a range of sustainable woodland management skills.
Published 22 February 2017
Walkers wishing to take a tour around the seaside town of Newport can now do so by following a trail of historic taps, after a new route was added to the collection of more than 200 circular walks available from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website.
Published 21 February 2017
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