published Posted On A blog post from Mary Chadwick Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Conservation Officer. Barbastelle bats are classified as vulne
Local produce and food production project celebrates the shoots of success in its second year
published Posted On Despite challenges posed to pupils over the past year, local children have continued to embrace new ways of outdoor learning co
New citizen science project encourages members of the public to Look Wild
New citizen science project encourages members of the public to Look Wild. An exciting new project that encourages people to engage more with nature
National Park Trust celebrates first event of 2021
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust recently held their first event of the year at The Gallery Yr Oriel in Newport, Pembrokeshire. The
Pembrokeshire Coast Partners
none Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust has launched a new company-giving scheme, encouraging businesses to partner with the Trust to help prote
Local projects benefit from Force for Nature grants
Ten local projects with a positive environmental impact have benefitted from the first round of funding from the Force for Nature mini grant scheme.
Wild about Woodlands appeal smashes fundraising target
Our Wild about Woodlands appeal has raised almost double its original target, enough to plant nearly 2,000 trees and support a new community woodland.
National Park Archaeology Day donations kit out heritage helpers
Donations made at the 2020 virtual National Park Archaeology Day have paid for uniforms and equipment to help volunteers monitor scheduled monuments.
New charity partnership represents a step into the wild
We are delighted to announce a new charity partnership with Corgi Socks, which has been specialising in handmade luxury socks and knitwear since 1892.
Pembrokeshire festival boosts the #feelgood factor by naming Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust as a charity partner
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust is thrilled at being chosen as a charity partner for Pembrokeshire’s Big Retreat Festival in 2022.
Green Match funding offers another reason to go Wild about Woodlands
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust is asking for support to unlock £2,500 of extra funding for the Wild about Woodlands Appeal.
Become a Force for Nature with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust
A new mini-grant scheme for local projects with a positive environmental impact has been launched by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust.
Put your affairs in order during Free Wills Month with our special offer
Did you know you could create your will for free thanks to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust and the UK’s largest will writer Farewill?
Schools Partnership promotes the benefits of outdoor learning
Outdoor learning across the county has been boosted over the past year thanks to extra funding secured by the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools project.
Wild About Woodlands fundraising total continues to grow
A fundraising appeal that aims to plant & protect 1,000 trees across the National Park has reached an important milestone towards its £10,000 target.
Castlemartin Range winter wildlife watch
A trail camera funded by the Trust autumn 2020 was used to film footage taken within a small woodland in the centre of the Castlemartin Range.
A good year for Pembrokeshire’s pollinators
2020 has turned into a promising year for pollinating insects along the Pembrokeshire coast, thanks to the People, Paths and Pollinators project.
Wild About Woodlands Competition
Win an exclusive Millie Marotta prize bundle by entering our Wild About Woodlands colouring competition.
Local pupils strengthen their roots with outdoor lessons on food production
Milford Haven pupils have been celebrating local produce as part of the Gwreiddiau/Roots project funded by South Hook LNG and the National Park Trust.
Best-selling illustrator boosts National Park Trust’s woodlands appeal
Best-selling illustrator and Tenby resident Millie Marotta has returned to her roots to support Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust’s latest fun
Make More Meadows campaign hits £10,000
The funds raised will support eight new sites, covering a total of 52 hectares.
Education at the ‘Root’ of new partnership
Representatives of Pembrokeshire Coast Trust recently visited South Hook LNG Terminal, as the education project ‘Gwreiddiau/Roots’ gets underway.
Stena Line supports Pembrokeshire Coast Path biodiversity project
Stena Line’s contribution was secured by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust to provide an electric vehicle to support the work of the UK’
Enhanced access to outdoor learning across the county
Pupils will benefit from greater access to outdoor learning thanks to a £16,000 grant awarded to the Trust by the People’s Postcode Lottery.
Make more Meadows with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust
The aim is to raise £10,000 to help protect and restore the existing meadows in the National Park, and to work with landowners to create new ones.
Pembrokeshire Coast Trust Launched
The launch of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust took place recently at Strumble Head lighthouse.
How You Can Help
Pembrokeshire Coast Partners
Our Pembrokeshire Coast Partners scheme is our annual business membership program. We want to work with you and your business to develop a mutually be
Wild About Woodlands
We did it - with your support we have raised over £19,000 to plant and care for much needed trees across the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This
More ways to help
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