Pembrokeshire shortlisted in Countryfile Magazine awards 2015/16

BBC Countryfile Magazine have nominated 3 Pembrokeshire locations in their annual awards.

Pembrokeshire has been shortlisted by travel writer and Guardian contributor Dixe Wills in the Holiday Destination of the Year category. VOTE here

Pembrokeshire - Countryfile Awards 2015/16

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has been shortlisted in the National Park of the Year category by BBC Countryfile presenter Ellie Harrison. VOTE here

Pembrokeshiore Coast National Park - Countryfile Magazine Awards 2015/16

and finally Marloes.

Shortlisted in the Beach of the Year category by BBC presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff. Marloes is trying to make it two years in a row for Pembrokeshire beaches as Whitesands took the crown at the 2014/15 awards. VOTE here.

Marloes - Countryfile Mag Awards 2015/16

Voting has opened on the Countryfile Magazine web site and will close on the 31st January 2016 with the results announced on social media in March 2016. The winners will also feature in the May edition of the magazine.

Now it's up to you. Register your vote and fingers crossed Pembrokeshire will start 2016 as winners. 

Thanks very much for your support.

WEATHER
 Rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and wild inland hills, these are the elements that define the distinctive landscape of this superb county.  
Griff Rhys Jones

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