Otter spotting, wool spinning, an Autumn Festival Cawl Crawl and making your own hawthorn ketchup are all adventures to be had this month. Not to mention hair-raising stories at Picton Castle. Continue Reading »
The award-winning Narberth Food Festival is getting ready to serve up its lively menu of treats for foodies, fun-lovers and all the family this weekend.Continue Reading »
Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, will be celebrated at the annual Harvest Fayre in Haverfordwest on Friday 18th September. Continue Reading »
Now in its 24th year the Tenby Arts Festival returns with an exciting and varied week long programme of music, art, poetry and plays.Continue Reading »
September in Pembrokeshire heralds the beginning of seal season. But do you know your Atlantic from your Common harbour? Continue Reading »
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Prepare to be spellbound: Put on the gauntlet and get up close and personal with some magnificent birds of prey, from hawks and eagles to falcons and owls.
Each September Tenby becomes home to 1900 athletes as they compete in one of the worlds toughest endurance races. Ironman: Swim 2.4 miles, cycle 112 miles and run 26.3 miles!
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!”
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.