Month: May 2011


Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May…

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It’s been a just little bit gusty here lately which has been great news for Annie, who loves her windsurfing and has been out making the most of it as often as possible. She comes in to the office looking very exhilarated! The forecast for the coming week is lovely – perfect for the bank holiday and half term. There are all sorts of events on around the county and there is something for everyone. The renowned St. Davids Cathedral Festival is on until 5th June. Now in its 33rd year, it is one of Wales’ greatest classical music festivals […]

For anyone who missed Countryfile on BBC1 last night, it’s well worth trying to catch it – as the programme featured Skomer Island, one of Pembrokeshire’s treasures. May is a perfect time to visit Skomer. The island is carpeted in bluebells and pink campions, and many migratory birds have returned to breed. Puffins are busy breeding – see them bringing beak fulls of sand eels back to their chicks safely ensconced in clifftop burrows. Kittiwakes, Guillemots, Razorbills and many other birds are breeding now too – the noise from their colonies is quite incredible! The nature reserve is home to […]

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