Saturday 21st June sees the start of Pembrokeshire Fish Week – a jam-packed festival that celebrates our county’s coastline and local fish and seafood. There will be plenty going on, from delicious delicacies in local pubs and restaurants to boat trips, activities and cookery demonstrations. There are also lots of exhibitions in local galleries and live music around the county, perfect for those of you who are not too keen on fishy treats. This coming week is a particularly tempting week to visit Pembrokeshire, and all of us here in the office will be making the most of it – […]
Huge congratulations to Matthew and Sophie, who welcomed baby Arabella into the world yesterday! We’re all thrilled to hear the news here in the office. Fran is delighted to have won the baby sweep and Sarah is currently busying herself blowing up pink balloons. Congratulations to you all – we’re looking forward to a visit!
Father’s day is drawing ever nearer and our colleagues in Activity Wales have been giving us plenty of inspirational ideas for presents with a difference. A rally driving weekend would make an exciting change from the usual father’s day gifts of novelty socks and chocolates, and sky diving would definately be a present to remember! See http://www.activitywales.com/ for ideas for the most fun-filled and fearless of Fathers! If your Dad would perhaps prefer something a little more relaxing with less adrenaline involved, why not look into booking a short break in a cottage near a pub serving really good food? […]
Yesterday I took to the skies over Pembrokeshire and enjoyed a 30 minute pleasure flight over my favourite parts of the county. Despite unpredictable downpours, the skies cleared just in time as the sun came in over the sea. The tiny plane flew from the aerodrome at Withybush over Scolton Manor, where we had a prime view of the classic car show. Then out to the coast and from Little Haven north over Broad Haven, Druidston, Nolton, the great sandy length of Newgale, then Solva with its tiny boats in the harbour looking like toys and on to St. Davids […]