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
published Posted On Representatives of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust recently visited South Hook LNG Terminal, as partnership education pr
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 across Pembrokeshire are set to benefit from greater access to outdoor learning thanks to a £16,000 grant recently awarded to the Pembrokeshir
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
Wild About Woodlands
Help us raise £10,000 to plant and care for much needed trees across the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Partnering with local illustrator Millie
More ways to help
By simply registering with Amazon Smile, customers can donate 0.5% of all purchases made through the site to the Pembrokeshire Coast Trust.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail
Opened in 1970, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path was the first National Trail in Wales, over it's 186 miles it winds its way across a variety of landscape