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Around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Walks and Wildlife

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Seal Watching Walk – Llanwnda

Friday 16 September, Wednesday 5 October. 5.30pm-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.


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SOLD OUT! Exploring the Archaeology of St Davids Head and Whitesands Bay

30 September 2022, 10am - 2pm. BOOKING ESSENTIAL
St Davids Head or Clawdd y Milwyr coastal promontory fort and headland, the ‘Octopitarum promontorium’ of Roman maps, is steeped in prehistoric and later archaeology. It dominates the natural harbourage of Whitesands Bay, home to a number of shipwrecks, where recent excavations prompted by coastal storms have revealed the history of the early medieval St Patrick’s Chapel. This four-hour guided walk will be led by archaeologists from the National Park, CHERISH Project and Royal Commission who will discuss the prehistoric and early medieval archaeology and history of this exceptional coastal peninsula.


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Apple Day at St Brides Orchard

Saturday 8 October, 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.

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SA62 3AJ
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Archaeology Day

Saturday 5 November 2022
The annual Archaeology Day event will return with a range of speakers discussing archaeological projects in Pembrokeshire. The event will be held at Pembrokeshire College with people able to attend in person or watch online.
Bookings will open in early October, with further details to follow. To keep up to date with Archaeology Day developments, sign up to our archaeology mailing list.
In the meantime, you can enjoy content from the 2020 and 2021 Archaeology Days by visiting the Archaeology Day YouTube Channel.
If you would like to exhibit at the event or have other enquiries please get in touch by emailing