November 2016

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What's on in December
POSTED ON November 28, 2016

As we roll into Christmas Pembrokeshire will be hosting lots of Christmas Markets, a feast of a pantomime, several Santa runs and the ‘Man up’ Mud race. And once Christmas Day is over you can wash ...
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Tenby brings home the silver
POSTED ON November 24, 2016

Tenby has scooped a Silver Award against strong national competition at the British Travel Awards in the Best UK Coastal Resort category.
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An Evening of Christmas Carols at Scolton Manor
POSTED ON November 18, 2016

Start the festive season with song as Scolton Manor hosts a ‘Christmas Carol Evening’ on Thursday 15th December.
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St Davids Cathedral to host Pembrokeshire's first Lovelight Concert
POSTED ON November 17, 2016

Welsh harpist Catrin Finch, Welsh soprano Gwawr Edwards & the Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir, will perform in this special concert to help raise vital funds for cancer patients & their loved ones.
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What’s on in November
POSTED ON November 04, 2016

We're singing the blues in Tenby & Squeeze legend Glen Tilbrook is in Narberth. There’s a looping festival in Cardigan, comedy at the Queens Hall plus the doors fling open to the Christmas Markets!
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Pembrokeshire is rightly famous for its bass fishing, and has a wealth of readily accessible surf beaches, some of which are many miles long, providing great fishing.

Your first morning in Pembrokeshire, waking up to the birds singing and the smell of sea salt on the air. Your first thoughts are “I.. need.. coffee.. NOW!”

Alan Turner from the Visit Pembrokeshire team regularly dangles from a rope half way down a cliff for fun, read more about his favourite climbs.

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