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Around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Walks and Wildlife

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SOLD OUT! Seal Watching Walk – St Justinian

Saturday 16 September, Sunday 24 September, 9.45am-3.30pm. BOOKING ESSENTIAL.
As the seal pupping season begins, join our local Ranger as he guides you to his favourite haunts, and teaches you how to watch seals safely. This full day trip and 6-mile walk uses the coastal buses to explore the coastline around St Davids. The bus will take you from Oriel y Parc to St Justinian to join the Coast Path and walk to Caerfai, before walking back along the lane to Oriel y Parc. The route is generally level and the path wide, except for a few short sections where it is narrow and close to the cliff edge. There will be a break for lunch midway through the walk. The bus fare will be an additional cost. Tickets non-refundable. No dogs allowed. 


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Seal Watching Walk – Llanwnda

Friday 29 September, Friday 6 October. 5.15pm-7.30pm. BOOKING ESSENTIAL.
As seal pupping season begins, join our local Ranger as he guides you to his favourite haunts, and teaches you how to watch seals safely. Meet at Llanwnda (SA64 0HX/SM932395) to watch the seals in the coves below. Parking is available next to the church. A two-hour session. Tickets non-refundable. No dogs allowed. 

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Saundersfoot - Sand and Coal

Friday 29 September, 10am-12.30pm
Set off with us on a journey to explore Saundersfoot’s coal mining history with tramways, inclines, and bell mines. Plenty of beautiful countryside too and, of course, golden beaches. Tickets non-refundable.
Meet outside the Regency Hall (SA69 9NG/SN 134 047) in the National Park Authority Car Park. Please note the meeting point is now outside the Regency Hall (NOT in the Saundersfoot Harbour car park, Harbourmaster’s Office as advertised in Coast to Coast). Tickets non-refundable.  

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Apple Day at St Brides Orchard

Saturday 30 September, 10am-3pm
FREE. No need to book. Children must be supervised by an adult.
Come and join us for a seasonal celebration of apples at St Brides Orchard! A unique opportunity to visit the heritage orchard for a family day out. Get involved in hands-on activities, or take a self-guided trail and explore the different varieties of trees grown in the orchard. Chat with National Park Rangers to learn more about apples and how they benefit wildlife.

Meeting point
St Brides
SA62 3AJ
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Archaeology Day

4 November 2023 10am-4pm

Tickets coming soon

The event will be hosted by the National Park Authority and will include a range of speakers covering recent excavations and project from around the National Park and Pembrokeshire.

The event will also include an exhibition with information from community groups and organisations involved in the area’s heritage and archaeology.

The event will take place at Pembrokeshire College, Haverfordwest. Tickets are £20 per person (lunch included) and bookings will open in October 2023.

Visit the National Park Authority website to sign up to our archaeology mailing list 

To view content from previous events visit the Archaeology Day YouTube Channel


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Waterfowl of the Cleddau

Saturday 11 November, 12pm-2pm. BOOKING ESSENTIAL.
Wrap up warm and join our ranger Chris to take a gentle stroll along the banks of Western Cleddau. Discover the wildlife that feeds along its shores. This is a great time to catch sight of wading birds such as curlew and redshank. Meet at the National Trust car park, Little Milford SA62 4ET. Tickets non-refundable. No dogs allowed.