Month: May 2010


Oak before Ash, we’re in for a splash Ash before Oak, we’re in for a soak….. I’m sure you know the old saying and the great news is that the Oak is out well before the Ash this year so here’s hoping! Pre-dating the Met Office by a long way, the long range forecast should be wonderful in that case. We have all enjoyed a scorching week and are hoping that this sizzling weather will last until October. So for a perfect Pembrokeshire summer, here are some top tips on where to go, what to do and what to see […]

Spring has certainly sprung when an array of rainbow coloured flowers fill the river banks and hedgerows, you wake up to the sweet singing of birds in the trees and the evenings are forever lasting. Roll on the summer sun as the warm rays shine over Pembrokeshire enhancing the abundance of the County’s unspoilt coastal beauty. Pembrokeshire truly is a place for everyone to visit and celebrate each passing season is style. You really can explore our beautiful county with only a few paws on the sand wandering the beaches, visiting magnificent Castle ruins in the company of your best […]

The wonderful Pembrokeshire Fish Week is fast approaching! One of the most popular annual festivals in Pembrokeshire, Fish Week is running from 26th June to 4th July and is jam-packed with over fifty events going on all over the county. From cookery demonstrations and fishing lessons to family fun days and seafood suppers in local pubs. As well as celebrating all things fishy, Pembrokeshire Fish Week also aims to raise awareness of our beautiful coastline. It is not a week just for foodies but for anyone keen to explore Pembrokeshire, learn more about our long fishing heritage and see another […]

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