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Glan-yr-afon/The Riverside gallery opens its doors
POSTED ON December 05, 2018

Kyffin Williams: Land and Sea and The Story of Pembrokeshire are the opening exhibitions at the NEW Glan-Yr-Afon /The Riverside gallery in Haverfordwest.
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Make Pembrokeshire a winner
POSTED ON July 02, 2018

Visit Pembrokeshire needs your help! Show your love of Pembrokeshire by voting for Pembrokeshire and Tenby in the 2018 British Travel Awards.
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Cragen: a legendary Welsh sea monster
POSTED ON June 21, 2018

Cragen is Small World Theatre’s new mythological monster set to appear along Wales’ epic coastline this summer with an important clean seas message.
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A Year in Pembrokeshire
POSTED ON June 06, 2018

Photographer David Wilson together with broadcaster & writer Jamie Owen celebrate the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire through the seasons; its people and landscapes.
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Llangwm’s Literary Festival prepares to welcome Wander Women
POSTED ON June 05, 2018

On the centenary of Women’s Suffrage in the UK, the Pembrokeshire village of Llangwm is preparing to welcome some of the UK’s most pioneering women.
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Pembrokeshire has something to offer the most unusual places to stay, including homes on wheels, wooden dwellings and houses made of straw!

Hidden in a quiet corner of Pembrokeshire are some of the best beaches in the UK, world-renown climbing cliffs and the hottest surf beach in the country – welcome to Pembroke!

North Pembrokeshire or South Pembrokeshire? They’re very different, you know. Travel writer Roger Thomas delves deep into Pembrokeshire’s bipolar psyche.

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