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March 2014
Dog owners in Pembrokeshire are invited to a dog awareness day at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, St Davids, with the bonus of a guided walk in the National Park.

The donation-only Dogs Unite event at Oriel y Parc, which is owned and managed by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, is on Wednesday March 26th, from 10am.


It’s a great opportunity to get your dog micro-chipped free of charge, browse stalls selling doggie items, and get useful advice on responsible dog ownership from Park Authority staff and Pembrokeshire County Council dog wardens.      

Read more: Ruff Guide To Pembrokeshire National Park With Oriel Y Parc

March 2014
Carmarthenshire is celebrating the good news that the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has been successful in its bid to bring S4C to Carmarthen.

County Council Leader Cllr Kevin Madge said it was great news for the town, and for the area as a whole.

The bid, led by UWTSD, was for a purpose built complex opposite the campus in College Road in Carmarthen called Yr Egin, which is expected to be up and running by 2018.

Cllr Madge said: “Trinity put forward a very strong case for S4C to make its new home in Carmarthen and we are delighted that they have been successful.

“I would like to pay tribute to Dr Medwin Hughes who has done outstanding work on this, he deserves special praise for securing this investment.”

“The move will mean the creation of around 150 jobs and is a real boost to the local economy.

Read more: S4C Good News Welcomed

March 2014
Spring is our favourite time of year to visit Pembrokeshire with the warmer weather and spectacular show of wildflowers that carpet the coast path.

We have three very good reasons for you to come and stay this Spring - the launch of our new "Garden Gigs", two very special offers and some tasty new sausages and bacon on our breakfast menu!

Garden Gigs: Kathryn Williams
22nd March
We are excited to be launching our "Garden Gigs" bringing the best of local, national (and international) songwriting talent to Newport.

We aim to hold a gig once a month, to be held in the Kitchen Garden at the rear of Llys Meddyg. This is a cosy club-like venue that will really make our gigs feel special.

Our current line up is:

Kathryn Williams Sat March 22nd
Tom McRae Fri April 18th
Nels Andrews Fri May 30th

Read more: Spring at Llys Meddyg

March 2014
Our events programme is underway and got off to a great start! The next date for the diary is 30 March.


Thanks to everyone that came to our first event of 2014 here at Gregynog Hall - we enjoyed putting the event on for you and from your lovely comments, you all enjoyed it too!

Just to let you know, our next event is 30 March when we are opening the gardens in support of the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust from 11-4pm for Daffodil Day! I hope this sunshine doesn't bring them all out too soon. Plus at 2.30pm there will be the first Tour of the Hall for this year. It's also Mothers Day and the Courtyard Cafe will be open as well!
March 2014
The Pembrokeshire representatives of a national environmental charity have scooped the 2014 National Park Local Hero Award in recognition of their continued efforts to protect the Pembrokeshire Coast’s oceans and beaches.

Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) were presented with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Award at the Radio Pembrokeshire Local Hero Awards on February 27th, following their tireless work to keep beaches clean and oceans safe, together with their drive to recruit more volunteers to help carry out this important work.

Pembrokeshire Surfers Against Sewage representatives Jetske Germing and Paul Renfro collected the National Park Local Hero Award from National Park Chairman Cllr Mike James, supported by Jon and Lou Haylock. CREDIT: Pembrokeshire Photography.

Read more: Surfers Against Sewage Scoop Pembrokeshire National Park Local Hero Award

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